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  1. Most of Today from 1973, including WSM's local cut-ins with Pat Sajak:
    3 points
  2. I haven't seen this posted but KOLR 10/ Ozarks Fox meteorologist Elisa Raffa has left to join Nexstar station Fox46 in Charlotte.
    2 points
  3. Every set is (and should be) different, as it is a result of the set design team and each individual stations production needs, restrictions, studio size, budget, and last but not least, brand support. Unless of course a client chooses to take more cookie cutter, one size fits all approach, which happens. The client plays an important role in the creative direction a set project takes, a set designer doesn't, and shouldn't, dictate the final product. The set design team needs to bring the required creative skills to the table, and then the creative journey begins. Some stations rarely chan
    2 points
  4. I’ve been watching more CNN over the last week with the crazy state of our nation at this time. Gotta say, the coverage is ridiculous no matter how deserved it might be. It’s become the trump news network and it’s beyond ridiculous how much time they dedicate to every single word he says.
    1 point
  5. Lol you can clearly see how much I watch CNN now. Thanks for letting me know. Yeah I always felt like the bombardment of coverage would really wear down genuine newsies like Isha if they weren't also political junkies like everyone has become. Newsroom hasn't been hitting the spot in ages and I'm sad about those who've left/are basically trying to escape the hell-hole that is US politics.
    1 point
  6. WBOC using All We Are We Are For You: WGBH's old 10pm newscast from December 11, 1990, during this period it used TVbD graphics:
    1 point
  7. Natalie Allen was a big loss even for U.S. viewers. I was surprised John didn't leave after what happened with Isha, he loved LA. Sadly George already left CNN (though they still have his bio online), George announced he was leaving CNN on February 29, 2020 and I don't blame him, similar to Isha he said he was dissatisfied with the direction CNN has gone, they were both tired of talking about trump and politics all day, everyday, non-stop while other stories were ignored. I feel bad for Brooke but I'm not surprised, no one is better at creating viral, click-bait, shareable moment
    1 point
  8. Not as daytime or US-centric, but Natalie Allen bid goodbye to CNN on Sunday after 20 years to begin reporting on climate change on her new venture. The timing seems so odd. Politics are clearly at the center of conversation at this time, but it'd really be amazing to have more CNN International-style Newsroom and programming return/increase. Not that the network has really done better with its polarizing nature, but the days of when Isha and Errol were regulars, which weren't even that long ago, already feel like last century. At this point, I'm just wondering when John Vause, Rosemary Church
    1 point
  9. CBS actually got the WCBS News on the air thanks to their other operations. CTV also has a master control hub at their Calgary studios for their western stations. Why weren't they set up to provide some sustaining feed for the Eastern stations?
    1 point
  10. i'm glad you put that into perspective, because honestly i'm a big market guy so I expect more markets to have sets look like network-level sets, even for markets as small as Birmingham, Alabama. But yes it about station needs quality, brand Inter market, and what they represent in the market and there image in the market.
    1 point
  11. Comcast is the dominant cable provider in Houston, so don't expect that anytime soon.
    1 point
  12. Spectrum News 1 is coming to Dallas/Ft. Worth, and they're already hiring new and familiar faces. https://www.dallasnews.com/business/technology/2020/10/06/brett-shipp-joins-spectrum-as-it-expands-its-hyperlocal-tv-news-coverage-to-north-texas/ https://dallas.culturemap.com/news/city-life/10-06-20-spectrum-news-brett-shipp/ Spectrum News 1 DFW is expect to launch next week (Oct. 16th).
    1 point
  13. And it's the 6th and I see this still (MEDIA GENERAL GRAPHICS)
    1 point
  14. What a shitshow CTV has become under Bell Media and their ever tightening of budget.
    1 point
  15. Where’d you get this info from? His tweet clearly say he’s joining WNBC, not freelancing. And I’ve seen nothing that says it will only be reporting, and not anchoring too.
    1 point
  16. Sinclair better figure something out, and fast, whether that's to come down on their price, or allow the RSNs to be premium channels.
    1 point
  17. HUGE loss for Channel 6. She is a great meteorologist. -- Matt
    1 point
  18. Because he wasn't there for 20-plus years. It's hard to do a grand farewell for someone that's not retiring or doesn't have tenure.
    1 point

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