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  1. According to this Variety piece, the O&Os are finally getting new graphics.
    2 points
  2. It makes me wonder what the issue is at WKRN with installing the graphics and getting it switched over and I'm sure @KentBrockman can explain this since he works at 'KRN.
    2 points
  3. A bit vague, and I think any changes are a year or so down the line. But it's about time CBS overhauled their O&O look. Compared to their network counterparts, they are quite lackluster. Personally, I hope the CBS Sports package survives the updates. I enjoy it. Everything else? Let's give it a once (or twice) over.
    1 point
  4. WSYM to launch a full scale news department per TVNewsCheck No word yet on when they're going to start full scale in house newscasts or which timeslots will it be occupied by local news.
    1 point
  5. KOCO 1980 Time Warp segment
    1 point
  6. KWTV 1979 partial newscast, with an interesting use of the "Tuesday1" theme for the open. The rest of the theme was used in bumpers.
    1 point
  7. Katie was basically getting the same ratings numbers as Steve Harvey's original talk show. But the station execs felt that she didn't deliver on their expectations. In other word, they were expecting Katie to get even stronger numbers than what she had. It also didn't help that it was a very expensive show. She was getting $5M per season.
    1 point
  8. She is still there, and her family lives in Winston-Salem I believe so hopefully she will stick around a while. The station needs some stability. She took Diana Alvear’s 6 and 10:00 spot when she left in February.
    1 point
  9. And the syndicated version of Millionaire, which the ABC O&O's paired with RTM once FABLife was cancelled midseason. Yes, they brought it back to the airwaves, but only because Disney/ABC Domestic Television needed a quick replacement for stations who were pulling Cops immediately. Its ratings were pretty dismal for its final years, since many markets had stopped carrying it. Not to mention that the game was getting very noticeably difficult, such that no contestant made it to the million dollar question since 2013, and nobody won the million since 2009, back when Meredith Vieira was still
    1 point
  10. CINCINNATI – The E.W. Scripps Company (NASDAQ: SSP) will expand its commitment to Michigan audiences early next year by producing its own local newscasts at WSYM, its Fox affiliate in Lansing. The introduction of local news operations at WSYM builds on Scripps’ footprint across Michigan: its three markets reach approximately 81% of the state’s TV households. Scripps also owns WXYZ (ABC) and WMYD (MY Network) in Detroit and WXMI (Fox) in Grand Rapids. WSYM previously aired local news from WILX, the NBC affiliate in Lansing owned by Gray Television. https://scripps.com/press-releases/s
    1 point
  11. I assume it's because of the platform of the desk is not on stage right. Notice below that Janice is standing while Bruce is sitting.
    1 point
  12. A former KTVA weather anchor has apparently jumped ship. Former KTVA weekend meteorologist Aaron Morrison has taken a part time position as a fill-in meteorologist at KTUU/KYES.
    1 point
  13. This will benefit my family members in far North Collin and Denton counties - no ABC/8 without cable/satellite/streaming service... Jim
    1 point
  14. Yeah, this is the package they're standardizing across all stations.
    1 point
  15. COPS resumed production, but it'll not to be aired in the US. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/cops-quietly-resumes-production
    0 points

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