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ColumbusNewsFan last won the day on October 2 2016

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  1. As much I don't care for Sinclair's politics and How it does business. Their Sports Coverage has been really well done and better then FOX has done of the last couple of years. Stadium is very serviceable as a brand and this now makes it better with local teams and brands as well. Maybe this will force Sinclair to actually invest in Sports Departments in general as connecting it with Stadium will now give them the reach to compete with ESPN. I know speculation and wishing, Sinclair and These RSN could be big deals if Sinclair does it right!
  2. With the one I've saw on air, No. Edit: If you have seen the CBS Austin one from earlier in the video, that is Sinclair's new information bar style. the L-Bar is dead for all intents and purposes.
  3. That ticker is already at WSYX and WTTE it just now being picked up by others now.
  4. And to bring it full circle, WPVI I believe uses that theme as a Breaking News sounder music.
  5. RK, l personally don't hate the list posts. It's better than the "what f-ed thing (put big media company name here) post. I would say it expose me to more info that I would not know.
  6. Not so much, for most of WSYX's history, they have been the red-headed stepchild of the stations it was only about recently I would say honestly the beginning of the "News Center" era WSYX started punching with WBNS and WCMH on a consistent basis outside of the late 80's with the turn being WCMH getting bought by MG and WSYX and WTTE getting a real investment by Sinclair around that time as well.
  7. I have seen them and they are really good looking graphics for WSYX... Might be the best they ever had as a station ever in their history!
  8. I feel sorry for his family that this is now out there and public knowledge. I know that is the story of how it went down but damn it put it all out there!
  9. @tyrannical bastard just hearing from reports... in Dayton and Atlanta, Newspaper and Radio are moving into the New Apollo Cox company.
  10. That Red Sox Booth is a hot mess if there ever was one. Just keep it simple and clear with no crazy extras. I feel like the Red Sox are taking a back seat to the booth.
  11. Well, let me run against the grain here. I like the new slogan actually. Mainly, The point is "We have been there for the good and bad and we'll be there to cover it all." The slogan "With you for life." gets to the point there. At least it isn't an overused slogan. I'm looking at you "On Your Side" "Coverage You Can Count On" and "Everywhere" as examples here! For a market dominate station like WDIO... it works very well and as much as people on here will hate me for saying it, That 10/13 should of been killed off a LONG time ago Like A REALLY LONG TIME AGO! It shouldn't of been a logo going into 2019.
  12. I'm starting to think Nexstar just buys stations for the Mic Flags. Kinda of an expensive way to build a collection.
  13. That's cruel and unusual punishment there!
  14. This might be something to be on the lookout for in Columbus as WSYX has introduced an updated logo with their Job Boot Camp ads and putting two plus two together with it being up by February sweeps coming up so it might be coming very soon in C-Bus.
  15. I haven't heard this song in YEARS! Thanks for the smile, Eat News!
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