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  1. I think they'd be better off going with news at 7pm. A new true crime show is not going to bring in ratings against other established syndicated shows. NBC should either acquire an established show like Family Feud or just add news at 7.
  2. https://pagesix.com/2019/03/20/natalie-morales-wasnt-fired-from-access-hollywood/
  3. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6827803/Natalie-Morales-fired-Access-Hollywood-make-room-Mario-Lopez.html Will be replaced by Mario Lopez who is staying with NBC before Extra moves to Fox stations in the fall.
  4. According to Erica Grow's twitter... Maria is just freelancing for both WNBC-TV and the network.
  5. Also, the fact that the deadline article says, "NBC’s Owned Television Stations group had opted not to renew Extra...," makes it seem like NBC may already have an idea of what they want post Nightly News.
  6. I have feeling most if not all stations will add a 7pm newscast. The NBC O&O's have been trending towards more news in recent years and it will be cheaper than buying another syndicated program.
  7. Starting today, News 4 NY at 4 will have 20 minutes of non stop news similar to what sister station WCAU has been doing at 4pm...this means the first block will run uninterrupted from 4- 4:20 with no commercials.
  8. Craig Melvin stepping down as Saturday Today co anchor... He will still be on Monday-Friday on Today and MSNBC... https://www.adweek.com/tvnewser/craig-melvin-is-stepping-down-as-co-anchor-of-saturday-today/374944 This seems to be another step in Melvin's rise to third co anchor of the main program. Also, I wonder who will be his replacement on Saturday.
  9. The difference is that NBC's 9am hour is national, not syndicated. Syndication is a lot harder, especially in 2018. As for what time it would be on in most markets, I would guess in the afternoon replacing the "Who wants to be a Millionaire" / "Right this Minute" block leading out of "GMA Day."
  10. We have a ratings winner... https://www.mediaite.com/tv/nbc-news-today-show-wins-the-ratings-crown-with-highest-royal-wedding-viewership/
  11. http://www.tvnewscheck.com/article/111779/wnbc-names-amy-morris-vp-of-news WNBC Names Amy Morris VP of News
  12. It seems the plan was to only be in studio 6A for the olympics...but Kathie Lee over the last couple of days has been implying how they would like to stay in the studio since audience reception has been positive...We'll see...Most of the Today crew including Hoda is coming back tomorrow morning from S Korea.
  13. I can see them announcing in a couple of weeks that starting in January Hoda and either Craig Melvin or Willie Giest will join Savannah and they'll have a trio. My Money is currently on Melvin.
  14. Megyn's show had it's highest ratings yet a couple of weeks ago when she opened with Harvey Weinstein accuser Lauren Sivan. Megyn's brand is someone who is topical and interviews relevant figures, challenges them and gets a discussion going. The View had on Sen. John Mccain this morning. Those are the types of interviews Megyn should be doing. Here's a good opinion article by USA Today... https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2017/10/23/megyn-kelly-and-nbc-need-to-revive-fearless-hard-hitting-brand-julia-wallace-column/789043001/
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