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  1. Look G was the package KXAS and a handful of Nextar NBC affiliates adopted in the early 2010s.
  2. Interesting. They already produce PA Newsmakers which is distributed across the Commonwealth. I guess they wanted a more locally focused program for Harrisburg.
  3. That's my guess. They didn't seem like she was here on a permanent basis. Also Alicia just an FYI feature story so that rules her out from being off.
  4. Not so fast...back in the 70s they tried to smoke everything Sadly, the station that originated the Eyewitness News brand, KYW is an absolute dumpster fire and is making a complete mockery of the brand.
  5. My guess is she's Walter's new co-anchor on weekends.
  6. He's still WTXF's primary voice so I doubt they'd even consider him even if he wasn't. I still think Paul Turner would be a likely choice and a good fit at that. One from left field would be if Howard Parker would consider doing local work again. He does a lot of work for ABC on the entertainment side already. I think his big dark voice would sound great belting out the opens.
  7. Paul and Bill actually were promo voices for WPVI in the late 90s and 2000s before Charlie took over. Paul is also local based here in the suburbs so his voice wouldn't be foreign to the station and its viewers at all.
  8. Yeah and he's definitely lost his fastball. It's not Jeff Kaye's last opens bad but it ain't too far off. They would best be served finding someone else next time they need opens. (I vote for Paul Turner or Bill Ratner.)
  9. Roundball Rock now being used for FS1 games after only being used for Fox games last year.
  10. They must be going back to the drawing board to rethink the show formats. Traditionally for them, the noon news was predominately a hard news show and when they expanded it to an hour, they had the lighter stuff towards the back end of the second half hour. When the 4PM launched, it was faster paced with the news and features were dispersed through out. The 5PM has always been longer form hard news. With Alicia possibly joining the noon (perhaps only for the 2nd half hour) maybe they want the noon show to become like (or replace) the 4PM and have the 4PM become a harder news show to compete with 10 at 4. As of right now, 10's the only station in that timeslot doing a full hard news hour. 3's doing a complete fluff show (hell they sit on damn couch) and 6 is trying to do both and perhaps they want to get away from that.
  11. Probably a no go now that FOX holds the license for it. Bad move by NBC letting it lapse. I do hope that RSNs pick up William Goldstein's NHL theme though if the plan is to fully move away from Peter Calandra's CSN music collection.
  12. Perhaps Rick and Sharrie are the new 5PM paring, with Rick moving to 10PM and Brian to Noon?
  13. They ran the generic open at the top of the show as well. Perhaps something's up.
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