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  1. Changes in Indianapolis: WTTV-4.1: Tamron Hall fills the 9am slot, replacing a double run of the cancelled WWTBAM. WTTV-4.2: America Says will air at 7:30am and 1am. -Sheriffs: El Dorado County will air at 1:30am. WRTV: Wendy Williams, previously on WNDY, moves to 10am, replacing the cancelled Pickler and Ben. -Judge Jerry premieres for a double run at 3pm, replacing Right This Minute and Caught in Providence. Right This Minute will move to 12:30pm, with a second run overnights following a double run of Caught in Providence, which moves to 1am. -Daily Blast Live leaves the station to move to Tegna's acquired WTHR. WISH: Biggest change is the introduction of a 4pm newscast. Family Feud's primary double run moves to 3pm. WTHR: Kelly Clarkson replaces Access Live (Daily) at 11am. Access Daily moves to overnights at 2:30am. -Daily Blast Live moves to the station, airing at 2am. WNDY: Personal Injury Court premieres at 2:30pm. -Protection Court premieres for a double run at 3pm. -25 Words or Less premieres for a double run at 5pm. -Bob's Burgers airs at the highly-watched hour of 4am. WXIN: Mel Robbins replaces Maury at 10am (which still has an airing at 1pm).
  2. Changes in Terre Haute, Indiana: WTWO picks up "America Says" in place of the cancelled WWTBAM at 12pm. WTHI-10.1: no significant weekday changes. WTHI-10.2 picks up Kelly Clarkson to replace Steve Harvey at 4pm. -The secondary runs of Family Feud are gone (were these episodes pulled from syndication altogether?). -25 Words or Less will double run at 5pm. These replace one of the secondary Family Feuds and TMZ (which still airs overnight on WTHI-10.1). -Access (Hollywood) finally moves out of the buried 4:30am slot to 10:30pm, replacing the other secondary Family Feud. -Face the Truth is long gone, and the single run of Funny You Should Ask is pushed to overnights. WTHI-10.3, which carries the CW+, generally follows their standard schedule. -Judge Jerry double runs at 7am and 4pm. -Live PD: Police Patrol reruns make their debut in a double run at 5pm, followed by a double run of Bob's Burgers at 6pm. -Sheriffs: El Dorado County makes its weekday run at 6:30am. WAWV: no significant change, save for a second run of Two and a Half Men at 1:30am (temporarily replacing Simpsons reruns, which return later in the season). No clearances for Mel Robbins, Tamron Hall, Personal Injury Court, or Protection Court.
  3. KCCI/Des Moines, IA newscast segment from 1974:
  4. KVOA/Tucson, AZ in 1989: KTAB/Abilene, TX on 9/11/01:
  5. Personal Injury Court and Protection Court are new court shows.
  6. Most of a KNXT/Los Angeles newscast from 1983:
  7. CBS Look and rebranding at WANE/Fort Wayne (Aerial is still the news theme being used). https://www.wane.com/news/local-news/1-dead-after-shooting-on-s-wayne-ave/1534341117
  8. A mislabeled YouTube video. It says it's a 1990 newscast from WTAJ in Altoona. In reality it's a 6pm broadcast from the competition, WJAC in Johnstown:
  9. Circa 1960, a promotional video for WLAC-TV (today's WTVF) in Nashville, TN. A news open from the era is included.
  10. KTTV's weekend news from April 5, 1987: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=id=bTsmqx7OG60;t=36
  11. Likely scenario if Fox plays hardball (and they will), Ed will do the WHDH treatment with WSVN. Heck, way back in '89 they touted themselves as 'going independent' after losing NBC, and over the years have barely acknowledged their Fox network affiliation. Will they take a hit in the ratings? For sure, but they'll just expand their prime time news coverage and (hopefully) acquire some better syndicated fare than what they have now. ALTERNATIVELY, the CW could be an option for WSVN. Then again, this is all speculative...
  12. No Teleprompter in sight in this 1981 newscast from Macon's WCWB-TV (now WMGT):
  13. Portion of WNEW-TV's 10 O'Clock News from 1977:
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