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  1. Here’s a sneak peak of WTTG’s new set when they move from Washington DC to suburban Maryland. Right now the launch date is supposedly mid to late July.
    4 points
  2. Landmark sweeps period for WGN, as they are #1 in late news in A 25-54.
    1 point
  3. Yeah, if Young Sheldon ends up on WAXN then The Goldbergs likely stays put on there in 2022. This article mentions Cox as one of the station groups that signed on for YS and doesn’t specifically mention any Nexstar stations. I could see WMYT not getting YS if they didn’t get The Goldbergs. https://deadline.com/2021/04/young-sheldon-syndication-rights-sold-in-over-90-of-u-s-1234732451/#comments I definitely would like to see Kelly, Oz and the Real moved back to WJZY.
    1 point
  4. WSCV Noticiero 51 1997 Hurricane Georges Collection from 1998.
    1 point
  5. Not neccessarily, Nexstar is screwed in Charlotte because many of their deals cannot supercede existing syndication deals with other stations. The Goldbergs I believe airs on WAXN so they will likely remain there since the deal is already signed. Remember Nexstar is on borrowed time with the Charlotte duo... I'm taking bets that Kelly Clarkson will be moved back to WJZY @ 10AM (along with the Real @ 11AM or 2PM and Dr. Oz @ 11AM or 2PM) in the fall. WJZY knows that nobody watches that low-rated nonsense on air now in the 10-11AM, 2-4PM time slots. All of the court shows, Dateline, and 25 Words or Less are pointless to air during the day on WJZY will be moved back to WMYT.
    1 point
  6. A rare clip of Susan Rosensgen. She basically was WABCs Deborah Norville.
    1 point
  7. Has anyone noticed a shift in the editorial tone at WABC recently? It might just be for sweeps, but coverage of things like crime or city nuisances seems much less neutral and much more tabloid than they had been previously. For instance, a report by Lucy Yang tonight on subway crime was much more forceful and scathing in attributing it to bail reform than I would have expected from WABC, nearly FOX-like in tone. The following report on a dirt bike crash referred to the familiar city nuisance as a “scourge”. I don’t think these examples are bad journalism or even ethically fraught, but they are an abrupt shift from the generally empathetic, descriptive, and non-analytical tone that I associate with Eyewitness News. I’m curious to see if this continues - could management changes be the root of this? Happy to see them test new waters but if this is indeed a new approach, I’m not sure the New York Post is the best font of inspiration.
    1 point
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