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  1. From what I’ve read, the format of the evening edition will be structured so that stations can choose to carry either 30 minutes, an hour or all 2 hours of the program.
  2. CBS News head Susan Zirinsky is likely stepping aside soon to return to a producing role at CBS
  3. Young Sheldon has been picked up by 90% of the country for a fall launch AND Access Hollywood and Access Daily have both been renewed through the 2024-2025 season
  4. For the first time since November 2010, WISN is #1 in every single timeslot
  5. To quote one Jasmine Masters, AND I OOP...
  6. Former WITI morning anchor Nicole Koglin is joining WDJT in a mostly behind the scenes role as director of strategic initiatives, which will also see her frequently make on-air appearances
  7. Katz, Scripps launching two new multicast networks this summer
  8. If I were to guess (given ABC’s scheduling needs), the simulcasts would probably be the first two weeks of the season and all of December? And if I were Disney, I’d try to get a Thanksgiving game for ABC...
  9. CNN eyeing another anchor shift; this time possibly having Alisyn Camerota and Brianna Keilar swap timeslots
  10. CBS Television Distribution is now CBS Media Ventures
  11. Haven’t been able to find more than this, but according to TVNewsCheck Meredith is possibly in downsizing mode and has put KMOV, WFSB, WALA and WNEM on the selling block.
  12. In Milwaukee... WISN, supported by World News Tonight, tops all stations in all metrics at 5, 6 and 10pm
  13. That must have changed because when I earlier looked at the article, it was saying early 2021. Jeez, are they really committing to essentially a two-year pilot?
  14. Sony Pictures TV has signed on to distribute People and will be bringing it to the market for a midseason national launch

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