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Discussion in 'General TV' started by TexasTVNews, Aug 9, 2011.
The forum at AARoads.com would love this....
So weird that in all of their 14 years, they've never had midday news on KYTX. They've dubbed it The Noon Show.
WTEN's Elisa Streeter is retiring after 30 years, effective the end of 2018.
Her line about the "next chapter" makes me seriously think that she'll surface doing something or another at WNYT, probably special reports or what not similar to how John McLoughlin met his end. Perhaps after ~25 years we'll see the return of "Streeter's Lane"...
Area ABC affiliate blocks local media critic on Twitter.
So strange how they and the Dallas Morning News treat him. It's almost as if the DMN thought he'd just dry up and blow away when they showed him the door years ago. The other DFW stations don't seem to mind Uncle Barky that much. And stupid, since he can get the information elsewhere that they think they are blocking from him.
It reminds me of hearing how Tracy Rowlett was excluded from the framed pictures of past/present on-air talent in the lobby of WFAA. Very parched-earth, very very sour grapes.
I only remember Rowlett from KTVT. One of the best. It's a shame how WFAA did him.
Meanwhile, down the dial..... 58 years ago today, Dallas' PBS station, KERA, signed on.
It wasn't until 1974 that they would be able to broadcast in color. But a first came along the following year, as KERA was the first US station to air an episode of the Brit-com Monty Python's Flying Circus. All the members of MP made an appearance during a 1975 pledge drive. KERA has been airing Brit-coms and dramas ever since.
Hey everybody, did anybody watched the final NewsFix in Dallas and Houston? My Morning Dose on CW South Florida will be replaced with Live PD. But what will replace the NewsFix slot at 9pm central?
Update: he’s unblocked. May have been a mistake from the social media guy.
WUAB is planning 50th anniversary special on Monday night during its 10pm hour. It'll be a reunion of its 1990s news team followed by half-hour retrospective of the station's history.
Given how much WUAB has been treated as a doormat under Raycom, this is a very pleasant surprise. I didn't expect any acknowledgement of their 50th anniversary.
Of course Ramona Robinson returned to 19/43 in 2012, Jack Marshall retired not long ago after a stint at WEWS, Sally Bernier does holiday relief duties at WJW alongside her husband Andre, Jeff Phelps is at WKRK 92.3 The Fan and Fox Sports Ohio, Ron Jantz left the business to work and teach at Lorain County Community College, Dan Deely is at WNWV The Wave, and RIP Gib Shanley.
Hopefully a shot of Narcan.
"If we can save the life of just ONE viewer...our dream can be realized..."
Bill has really succeeded in Milwaukee despite being a Vikings fan and no college degree
Bob Hetherington was WUAB's first anchor when the 10:00 News started is now in real estate in Columbus.
I gotta say, that's kind of...a petty thing to say. None of those things should matter.
What does being a Vikings fan have to do with anything?
Unfortunately, it appears KDAF is giving up on news. Just checked their schedule and they replaced Newsfix with a double run of Daily Mail TV.
KDFW is now the sole provider of 9pm news in Dallas.
Well, according to TitanTV schedule, KDAF has Two & a 1/2 Men and MOM from 5-6PM and DailyMailTV from 9-10PM M-F starting Monday.
Just saw. Corrected my initial post.