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  1. Fox made (what I believe was) a serious mistake not having Brett take over coverage, but instead let the hosts of ‘The Five’ lead the coverage/discussions. I can imagine some at the Fox O&Os and/or affiliates not being happy about that.
    3 points
  2. I will say that the CBS debate coverage was particularly underwhelming from the line up to the presentation. Imagine the boost that someone like Shep Smith or Scott Pelley would give their operations right now. On top of that, as the news of the president’s COVID-19 diagnosis both ABC and NBC are on with special reports...CBS is staying with James Corden.
    3 points
  3. WFLD (Chicago) was airing their 4P newscast and went to coverage on FNC. Not sure if the cut in was network mandated or up to the locals. Nevertheless, it was really a stupid decision to not have Brett (or any other journalist on staff) lead coverage regardless if it’s FNC and/or the broadcast network.
    2 points
  4. COPS resumed production, but it'll not to be aired in the US. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/cops-quietly-resumes-production
    2 points
  5. 2 points
  6. Yeah, this is the package they're standardizing across all stations.
    2 points
  7. It's now "Boston 25 Tonight" in which they "dig deeper" into top stores. New graphics and music accompany the newscast. Here's a sampler of the graphics
    1 point
  8. ABC's decision doesn't surprise me. CBS is planning to go off air at 7ET but I'm absolutely positive we'll be in and out of SR's all night, especially if we keep getting a steady stream of information.
    1 point
  9. Ratings will be high tonight and can be averaged in to the weekly ratings since they got WNT on the air. Also no need for special report mode to continue. The president is at the hospital already. We won’t learn anything more until the hospital can assess him and discuss with his staff what to report publicly.
    1 point
  10. I just noticed that FOX 46 Charlotte is on NewsNation coverage instead of network coverage.
    1 point
  11. The affiliates I know went with their own coverage. Many seem to be weary of their coverage being just an FNC feed and learned over the years to judge carefully. I still can't believe CBS's only 'coverage' last night was merely a ticker during Corden (at least in CDT; I didn't know how they handled it out west at 10PDT); it was incredibly disappointing while ABC and NBC knew what to do (and I'm sure Seth Meyers was completely fine with his show being pre-empted in the East).
    1 point
  12. Let me guess it was Sinclair who messed this one up.
    1 point
  13. I watch the 24/7 Pluto TV COPS channel occasionally, and I'm surprised it's still on the lineup, since it's owned by ViacomCBS which also owns Paramount Network, who cancelled the show in June.
    1 point
  14. Perhaps these episodes will someday make their domestic debut on Pluto TV, which quietly continues to carry a 24/7 COPS channel: https://www.pluto.tv/live-tv/cops
    1 point
  15. And we get a new theme: CBS Local
    1 point
  16. Is this WDAF? FOX package and a set in the box but Tribune didn't own them Sinclar did.
    1 point
  17. I meant to post this when Nexstar took over a couple of weeks ago. Says new set. Not sure where it will go.
    1 point
  18. Yeah it wasn't so much about a ratings move for me, more focused around having a solid and capable team. I just found the team of Norah, John Dickerson and Gayle King to be the weaker ones on television that night. But yes, you are right. Scott Pelley was not able to move CBS from the basement but the show was stronger and popular under his leadership.
    1 point
  19. Scott Pelley had his opportunity and didn’t move the needle much.
    1 point
  20. KTLA Promos 1983 WPVI's Special coverage of Hurricane Gloria 1985 Loma prieta earthquake coverage various coverage 1989
    1 point
  21. I believe it will debut Monday, October 5th. This straight from The Source there.
    1 point
  22. I like the logo, however the colors in the graphics clash with the logo. For the gfx, they should've gone with a blue/red scheme instead of blue/yellow.
    1 point
  23. Problem is Sinclair ain't going to get anywhere near what they paid to acquire the RSNs in the first place. Plus Ripley probably would rather let the RSNs bankrupt Sinclair by doing nothing and playing hardball with MVPDs a very common thing for Sinclair to do so as seen on numerous occaisions throughout this thread than fixing the business by upgrading the programming quality. Sinclair has failed to understand its not just rebranding of a certain property (such as the RSNs) what matters is content and as the late Summer Redstone would say, content is king. COVID proved
    1 point
  24. So far, it's way more interesting to watch than News Nation. I'm liking what I see!
    1 point
  25. I was hoping they would get Shep a nice new set. The renderings look awesome, can't wait to see it tomorrow!
    1 point
  26. WSOC has had this since the spring, it’s called WSOC News Tonight, and the graphics are different too.
    1 point
  27. Shepard Smith on launching a new ‘just-the-facts’ CNBC newscast
    1 point
  28. Detroit: WADL airs Monk at 5 PM and midnight on weekdays, and at 2 PM on Sundays.
    1 point
  29. Jesus. I don't know what any of that means, but it sounds bad for us and good for Sin-Don't Care.
    1 point

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