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ColtFromGulfcoast

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  1. Cox, first Atlanta and now this. What is with y'all? SMH.
  2. Okay, at this point, I think you're just wishfully thinking.
  3. They said in the announcement that WLVI was clearing it for Boston. Apparently, the list of stations isn't complete as of yet.
  4. Pretty much so. All it'd be is UPN if it switched stations in a few dozen cities.
  5. Not the network entirely but I can see the name being retired and Warner Bros selling it's share to CBS, albeit continuing to produce several shows for the network (since CBS owns a share in several of the shows Warner is the senior partner in for the CW). The only shows I can see potentially leaving are the DC Comics shows. CBS would continue to maintain the affiliation agreements with stations, except for potentially moving in some cities and nothing major would change other than maybe seeing a Star Trek show being produced for the network. Where the network went from there though, would be anyone's guess.
  6. That's not far from the truth, actually. I prefer Paramount Communications personally but CBS Paramount definitely should have been on the table.
  7. Remember how I said Tamron Hall was supposed to be on KTBS at 2:00pm? Yeah, that was a mistake, even though the website said she'd be on at that time. She'll actually be on KPXJ at 8:00am. Wendy Williams will actually be moving up to KTBS to take Steve Harvey's spot. Dr. Oz will be changing timeslots on KPXJ as well but I don't know where exactly they're moving him to. Meanwhile, KSLA will be Shreveport's home for Kelly Clarkson (presumably, she'll be airing at 3:00pm). Good to see KSLA actually making an effort to at least get something there other than just delegating that to Right This Minute.
  8. I mean, all that space on WUPA, WPCH and WATL and this is how Kelly gets treated? And in Atlanta. Just embarrassing.
  9. I didn't know hell could freeze over in the dead of summer.
  10. What the? He actually managed to get on an NBC station? And then KCOP is gonna get it rather than KTLA. Also shocking.
  11. It's weird how we're almost to the syndication season and there's still no full list of stations airing certain syndicated shows. Not helping is the fact that Shreveport is generally hard to depend on when it comes to the promos. Anyway, Judge Jerry is going to be airing at 10am on KPXJ and KSHV has claimed Protection Court for 8:30 a.m.. Also airing on KSHV is the Carbonaro Effect, which will be on weekends. Tamron Hall, unsurprisingly, will be airing at 2pm on KTBS 3, replacing Steve Harvey. Still no word on Personal Injury Court, Kelly Clarkson, 25 Words or Less or America Says for the Shreveport DMA. Couple's Court is homeless here as well.
  12. I think Omaha did for a minute. As for Memphis, for them to be the 50th (or around that) largest market in the country, it's especially amazing. I feel like if there were another duopoly other than WLMT and WATN (i.e. someone buys one of those surplus full power stations serving the area) that this would be rectified. I know WPXX carried Syndicated shows prior to the outright sale to Ion. Makes me wonder why no one else stepped up to get a duopoly in Memphis. As for Omaha, they don't have the Real there. And idk what KMTV plans to replace Pickler and Ben with.
  13. Whether Nexstar did this by themselves or it was outsourced, this looks amazing and impressive.
  14. Neither has San Francisco, Omaha or Memphis (but Memphis is still missing Rachael Ray and Dr. Oz so that's not surprising at all.) In Nashville, she's being pushed to overnight on WKRN.
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