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  1. If I recall correctly, the ONLY FOX O&Os I saw participate in that segment where KSAZ, WOFL, WTVT, KMSP, WTXF, KTBC, KDFW, KRIV, KCPQ, and WITI.
  2. Maybe because they already do weather at the top of every hour or half-hour without branding it as such. Another question off-topic from that... when will FOX Weather finally start allowing its O&Os or affiliates who carry FOX Weather on a subchannel to finally start providing local weather updates on there?
  3. It also helps when Cox Media Group is still connected to Cox Enterprises who owns Cox's cable unit, so no need for a carriage dispute there.
  4. Yep. Off The Clock from 2-3, L.A. Unscripted from 7-7:30 and right now, the only syndicated show before 8pm is Two and a Half Men at 7:30pm. It also looks like they're trying to up their game with KTLA+ by airing repeats of their locally-produced programs from 7:30-10pm there to keep it a 24/7 local operation.
  5. Right now, its 4am-2pm, 3-7 and 10-11:35pm.
  6. If they grow like that into year two and three... ANF could really theaten WSB-TV's longtime dominant decades-long #1 status.
  7. You may say that... but at least so far, WWJ has debuted one new newscast every week. First... launch on January 23rd with weeknight 6 and 11pm news, then exactly a week later on January 30th with hour-long weeknight 5pm news. Now, the February 6th launch of hour-long 4pm news. I wouldn't be surprised if Noon launches the week after that, then weekend evenings after that, then weekday mornings and finally weekend mornings. Also, if this is done within a four-week span, then they would have its full schedule by March, if that one post that said about that timeline is true.
  8. KTLA goes an hour further, 4am-2pm. Also, I live in South Florida. That "1am newscast" is actually a repeat of their 11pm news, just like how WFOR and WTVJ repeat their 11pm newscasts just after 1:35am, while WSVN has their 11pm news repeat at 12:30 and 4:30am.
  9. They go by WTOK News 11.
  10. 15 and a half hours. That's how many hours of news KTLA would air every single weekday if this goes through. 4AM-2PM, 3-7, and 10-11:35PM. The only other outlets in the Southland that do more hours of news than KTLA every weekday... is KNX News - 97.1 FM. KTLA would actually TIE (yes, your hearing this right) Spectrum News 1 SoCal for the second-most local hours of news every weekday on either radio or TV (SN1 SoCal is on 5AM-7PM plus half-hour installments at 9:30pm, 12 Midnight and 1:00am. They air other stuff during other hours like L.A. Times Today, L.A. Stories, etc. Yes, I did check the schedule myself.).
  11. This. This is exactly why CBS Los Angeles did what they did.
  12. Not really when the company that owns NewsNet and Sportsnews Highlights also owns 5-Hour Energy. Its more of a plug than anything else.
  13. I thought Jane had a significant part in the weekday edition of FOX Weather First (and Sunrise beforehand).
  14. The weather section is provided by the team at WDAY-TV.
  15. They're airing a Yule Log today!
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