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  1. Millionaire tapings were scheduled for this past weekend. I actually had tickets for Saturday but they cancelled audience invitations on Thursday afternoon. I wonder if they went audience-less, most likely?
  2. During the 10pm newscast on the app, they are using old Scripps graphics with the new logo...
  3. Watching the 10News app right now and it seems like they are using the new graphics...
  4. Sounds like Popeye's lady:
  5. It sounds so valley girl, I'm surprised that their slogan has lasted this long. Not a bad package, could be better but it could have been much worse too. Very curious when KGTV San Diego will debut theirs Scripps graphics.
  6. Yikes, I can't see David Wright returning to ABC. Those were damaging comments, you don't bite from the hand that feeds you, even if it's coming from a Mouse feeding you cheese. Sorry, but if you want to stick with hardcore citizen journalism and truly make a difference, make your own YouTube channel and podcast. The current media landscape is all about synergy, you drink the Kool-Ade that they give you, if you don't like it and don't want to share airtime with The Bachelor and shopping deals and steals, it's time to move on. At the same time, off the record comments from those in the journalism community should be kept to a minimum in this day and age, you will be recorded for juicy soundbites. You're a journalist, don't talk about your personal life and ideologies.
  7. Seriously, they already have Time Square Studios when they do presidential election coverage, I feel like that's a better location anyways.
  8. tvtime07

    KUSI Set

    I wonder how financially sustainable KUSI will be in the long run, I still remember when they announced in the early 2000s that they were going to move into a streetside studio, the talent were giddy at the time, but that went nowhere unfortunately. Their set has not had a significant upgrade ever since their news operations were established.
  9. It's seriously a very petty rebranding...sometimes you have to just leave a legacy branding alone. For example, CBS stands for Columbia Phonographic Broadcasting System, even with the multiple owners the network has had over the years, they still kept the name in tact. You're not going to see Viacom rename it VBS just because of their ownership to consolidate brands, you keep it just because the public has been aware of the brand for so long. Who knows really, an image consulting agency must have had told Disney that Fox News is too toxic to be associated with by name and they probably spent so much money on the study.
  10. FX for sure will remain the same but I'm curious about actual networks titled "Fox" in its branding, Disney now owns a bunch of these Fox networks around the world from Asia to Europe to Latin America. I'm pretty sure that these would not be renamed "20th Century TV Network".
  11. Not sure if this rebrand was even worth the effort or the money. Sure, there's "Fox News" but do they think that the public will start calling them "Twentieth Century Studios" now? I speculate that most people will still call them "Fox" for a very long time. I wonder what Disney plans to do internationally...they actually own channels with the Fox branding around the globe (Fox, Fox Sports, Fox Life, etc). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walt_Disney_Direct-to-Consumer_%26_International Will the Fox entertainment networks be rebranded ABC or Star? I can see them merging Fox Sports with ESPN...
  12. A suspension in journalism tends to accelerate an individual to take a demotion (Brian Ross) or resignation (Dr. Nancy Snyderman). Unfortunately, I'm not surprised about this. Gutman's career took a big hit for sharing an inaccurate statement on live broadcast television. He has been a rising star at ABC News for the past decade, so I do feel regret for him that his culmination of what is pretty much a decent career at ABC might end because of this.. This is a reminder that slow and steady still wins the race especially in "breaking news" situations, it's better to be accurate in reporting than just being "the first" to report: get your facts verified before you go on to report.
  13. Here's an hour of ABC News Prime. I really like the look and feel of the newscast, they covered a lot of things, no fluff or pop culture index -- just straight news, sort of felt like vintage CNN Headline News. I also like their intro, which features ABC News logos from the past.
  14. I did away with paid live tv this year, so this is a welcome addition to my streaming lineup.
  15. DANG! The Cancellation Bear gets cancelled. A unlikely victim of the Tribune acquisition, TV By the Numbers: https://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/more-tv-news/the-end/ So unfortunate, but I guess Marc Berman will be my go-to for morning after primetime ratings releases for now on.
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