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  1. 5 points
    Has anyone heard when Souza's last day is? 2 minutes later: If I read into the feder report, I would've seen it says end of this month. Whoops
  2. 4 points
    I read on an other site that Cox requested permission to delay 24:Legacy should the Patriots win. Fox was well aware of it.
  3. 4 points
    And Fox wonders why people don't take them seriously when they claim to be "Fair and Balanced"...
  4. 3 points
    WVUE has a new image campaign running just in time for February sweeps: Local First. They even modified their bug.
  5. 3 points
    MSNBC truly seems prepared to move forward with a good mix of news and opinion. The mix of Joe/Mika & Greta with Chris Matthews & Rachel, as well as Lawrence. The former road warriors in their new positions further enhance the news operation. I think we now see a truly "Fair & Balanced" cable news channel. Now, hopefully, the viewers will give MSNBC a chance and ratings will soar.
  6. 2 points
    I hope he's okay but I am kinda upset they are using this for sweeps. Like "omg I'm going to die so tune in tomorrow and watch." They could've easily ran the story today. I hate that aspect of this.
  7. 2 points
    With the major sale of MG and Nexstar finally closing, some of the divested stations have shown up. One of those was WSLS (Which personally got the best of the deal) being sold to Graham. Here is the piece they did about the closing of the sale to Graham:
  8. 2 points
    Now that Media General has been consummated and the associated divestitures have taken place, that's probably been what's holding up the deal.
  9. 1 point
  10. 1 point
    I like the desk and the look A LOT! Haven't seen the show in so long. Have things changed from where they were last year? Is Michael still there as a 3rd co-anchor?
  11. 1 point
    KITV's sports director Robert Kekaula will switch over to anchoring news with Paula Akana (who anchors at 5pm) at 6 and 10pm starting February 13th while Brandi Higa takes his spot. http://www.adweek.com/tvspy/honolulu-station-announces-evening-anchor-team/185268
  12. 1 point
    Since the C looks okay, it looks like the black is peeling off/leaning forward, and not sliding down, right?
  13. 1 point
    Chicago's Very Own, Cleveland's Very Own, LA's Very Own... Sense a theme? http://www.ftvlive.com/sqsp-test/2017/2/5/all-hands-on-deck-meeting-at-tribune-stations
  14. 1 point
    i didn't know stations in the home city of a superbowl participant were allowed to delay the lead-out show, have the networks always offered that option?
  15. 1 point
    Meh. Still looks like a "fake news" operation that people blindly share in their Facebook news feeds....
  16. 1 point
    WOW how the mighty has fallen over on Euclid Ave...WTF wrong with TV5? 19 starting to look like the gold standard (cough cough) where WEWS-TV 5 held that title for decades.
  17. 1 point
    Has it passed anyone's mind that with the MG and WVMH deals closed or about to close that Perry Sook, the Cap Cities fanboy, has practically recreated Cap Cities minus Philly and Houston? The first Cap Cities TV station was WCDA, forerunner to today's WTEN. The second was the incumbent CBS station for the Triangle (WTVD for Cap Cities, WNCN for Nexstar) The third Cap Cities TV station was channel 12 in Providence (WPRO then/WPRI now) The fourth was a VHF in Buffalo (WKBW for Cap Cities, WIVB for Nexstar) The fifth was a VHF serving most of West Virginia (WSAZ for Cap Cities, WOWK for Nexstar) Later additions included WTNH and a station in Frenso (KFSN for Cap Cities, KSEE/KGPE for Nexstar) Finally, a UHF in Tampa to close it out (WFTS for Cap Cities, WTTA for Nexstar)
  18. 1 point
    They are... 5 years is a long time without changing much of anything...
  19. 1 point
    She's actually pretty good...
  20. 1 point
    I'd bet WISN has to be up there. It got a paste-on refresh in 2011, but the majority of the set dates back to at least 2001. (2001 was the earliest video I could find that clearly showed the set, and they were still on a newsroom set in 1999.)
  21. 1 point
    Neither of those will happen. The IFT actually would have already given XETV channel 5 if it didn't overlap with KTLA in Oceanside. No, really. In fact, most Tijuana stations did not move for this reason, with XHJK (channel 1) and XHTJB (unusual signal pattern with far less signal in SD) moving. Also, the XETV calls won't be changed. I can't think of a recent moment in which Televisa actually changed the calls of any of its repeaters. Calls don't change very often in Mexican radio and TV, with Tijuana radio being a huge exception to the rule.
  22. 1 point
    Wow, XETV can't catch a break. They just rebranded their station to CW6 San Diego last year. I feel bad for their news department, this has to be the nail on the coffin. I can't see them remain as an English station (My Network or independent) and outsource their news from someone like KGTV, it's just an over saturated region. Does anyone think we'll see an expanded morning newscast by News 8 on their new CW station to compete against Fox 5 and KUSI? It seems like a given, especially since they have to reposition/rebrand themselves in the post-Chargers era. I've been looking at NBC Universal's career section for openings, looks like Telemundo is moving KNSD (sorry if this is old news, it was news to me when I saw it a couple days ago.)
  23. 1 point
    Ameera David is joining WXYZ in Detroit as an Anchor/Reporter. She came over from RT where she anchored and reported. She's a Detroit native so that's why the downward move.
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