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A premiere is the first artistic performance of theatrical, musical or other cultural presentations.
Premiere may also refer to:
In television and film:
- "Premiere" (Farscape episode)
- "Premiere" (The O.C.), the pilot episode of The O.C.
- Premiere, a defunct British television channel
- Sky Deutschland, a German pay-TV platform formerly known as Premiere
- Premiere Networks, also formerly Premiere Radio Networks, a syndication service
- La Première (Ivory Coast), an Ivorian television channel operated by Radiodiffusion Television Ivoirienne
- Premiere (1937 film), an Austrian musical film
- Premiere (film), a 1938 British film
- "Premiere" (TV program), first commercial color broadcast
- Première Chaîne, a Canadian radio network operated by CBC Radio
- La Première (Belgium), a Belgian radio station operated by RTBF
- La Première (Switzerland): A French-language radio network in Switzerland
- Outre-Mer 1ère: A network of radio and television stations for the overseas departments and territories of France
In other uses:
- Premiere (magazine), a magazine of films and movie-making
- Lincoln Premiere, a 1950s luxury car by the Ford Motor Company
- Adobe Premiere Pro, a video editing software program
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