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  1. Is that a confirmed date, or speculation?
  2. Here are various sign-offs KDLT did during their newscasts over the past few days.
  3. Just up I-29 in Fargo, Gray's KVLY and KX4 (KXJB) have had this exact same simulcast since 2007. This dates back to when Hoak owned or operated the stations, though.
  4. I find that part of the FTVLive article rather misleading. There are probably several markets where Fox News outrates ABC World News Tonight. Think about St. Louis, Memphis, New Orleans, Columbia SC, Providence, Des Moines, and all the small markets where the ABC affiliate is historically very weak.
  5. Many of Tegna's NBC affiliates have aired an overnight rerun of Nightly News since 2015. Variety has been on this since the practice started. Below is a link to article from November mentioning how the evening network newscasts are spreading to non-traditional timeslots in an attempt to squeeze out higher ratings. https://variety.com/2019/tv/news/evening-news-tv-ratings-david-muir-lester-holt-norah-odonnell-1203400113/
  6. WCCO recently posted to Facebook a reel of various reports done from Germany in the wake of the Berlin Wall coming down in 1989.
  7. What he said in the "Dumbledore conversation" of Big Brother 13 was definitely not a good look for him and was probably the most controversial thing about that season.
  8. They could have Fox News Red Network and Fox News Blue Network.
  9. Remember, Nielsen is estimating the number of TV households here, not the total number of households or the population count.
  10. Effective September 28, 2019 https://www.nielsen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2019/09/2019-20-dma-ranker.pdf Here is a table of the year-over-year changes in the number of TV homes in each market as well as how many places each market changed in rank. 2019-2020 Rank, DMA Name, Net Change in TV Homes, % Change in TV Homes, Change in Rank 1 New York -276,180 -3.89% 0 2 Los Angeles -131,250 -2.49% 0 3 Chicago 5,030 0.15% 0 4 Philadelphia -58,520 -2.08% 0 5 Dallas-Ft. Worth -58,750 -2.24% 0 6 San Francisco-Oak-San Jose -49,730 -2.06% 2 7 Washington, DC (Hagrstwn) -130,550 -5.26% -1 8 Houston -93,180 -3.85% -1 9 Boston (Manchester) -62,190 -2.63% 0 10 Atlanta -72,120 -3.08% 0 11 Phoenix (Prescott) 15,360 0.82% 1 12 Tampa-St. Pete (Sarasota) -74,820 -3.99% -1 13 Seattle-Tacoma -90,130 -4.86% 0 14 Detroit -40,070 -2.25% 0 15 Minneapolis-St. Paul -15,940 -0.93% 0 16 Miami-Ft. Lauderdale -55,620 -3.28% 0 17 Denver -52,950 -3.34% 0 18 Orlando-Daytona Bch-Melbrn -73,250 -4.68% 0 19 Cleveland-Akron (Canton) -33,360 -2.38% 0 20 Sacramnto-Stkton-Modesto -40,190 -2.96% 0 21 Charlotte -3,930 -0.35% 2 22 Portland, OR -29,270 -2.56% 0 23 St. Louis -64,810 -5.57% -2 24 Pittsburgh -28,880 -2.60% 0 25 Indianapolis 54,040 5.41% 3 26 Baltimore -44,690 -4.12% 0 27 Raleigh-Durham (Fayetvlle) -83,390 -7.52% -2 28 Nashville -38,600 -3.78% -1 29 San Diego -6,110 -0.62% 0 30 Salt Lake City 16,660 1.78% 0 31 San Antonio -7,020 -0.76% 0 32 Kansas City -12,570 -1.38% 0 33 Hartford & New Haven -11,980 -1.33% 0 34 Columbus, OH -12,110 -1.36% 0 35 Milwaukee -11,120 -1.31% 1 36 West Palm Beach-Ft. Pierce -900 -0.11% 1 37 Cincinnati -21,780 -2.56% -2 38 Greenvll-Spart-Ashevll-And -17,990 -2.23% 0 39 Las Vegas -23,280 -3.04% 0 40 Austin -14,880 -1.98% 0 41 Jacksonville 9,070 1.33% 1 42 Norfolk-Portsmth-Newpt Nws 6,100 0.90% 2 43 Oklahoma City -10,030 -1.48% 2 44 Birmingham (Ann and Tusc) -13,380 -1.97% -1 45 Grand Rapids-Kalmzoo-B.Crk 13,690 2.14% 4 46 Albuquerque-Santa Fe -2,540 -0.39% 1 47 Harrisburg-Lncstr-Leb-York -63,530 -9.01% -6 48 Louisville -11,040 -1.71% 0 49 Greensboro-H.Point-W.Salem -39,550 -5.86% -3 50 New Orleans -8,540 -1.37% 0 51 Memphis -42,790 -6.86% 0 52 Buffalo -10,220 -1.74% 0 53 Ft. Myers-Naples 9,820 1.77% 2 54 Richmond-Petersburg 3,780 0.68% 2 55 Fresno-Visalia -18,060 -3.17% -1 56 Providence-New Bedford -36,690 -6.32% -3 57 Mobile-Pensacola (Ft Walt) -5,650 -1.08% 1 58 Tulsa 1,010 0.20% 3 59 Albany-Schenectady-Troy -20,140 -3.87% 0 60 Wilkes Barre-Scranton-Hztn 16,440 3.42% 2 61 Knoxville -20,350 -3.97% -1 62 Little Rock-Pine Bluff -54,530 -10.35% -5 63 Dayton -18,190 -3.93% 1 64 Lexington -38,450 -8.28% -1 65 Tucson (Sierra Vista) 28,900 7.36% 8 66 Honolulu -11,670 -2.74% 0 67 Green Bay-Appleton -27,270 -6.47% 0 68 Des Moines-Ames 9,880 2.58% 7 69 Roanoke-Lynchburg -33,080 -7.93% -1 70 Spokane -1,100 -0.29% 7 71 Omaha -24,630 -6.08% -2 72 Wichita-Hutchinson Plus -3,850 -1.01% 4 73 Springfield, MO -22,170 -5.60% -1 74 Charleston-Huntington -34,850 -8.67% -4 75 Columbia, SC -23,740 -6.09% -1 76 Rochester, NY 9,680 2.75% 4 77 Flint-Saginaw-Bay City -70,130 -16.28% -12 78 Huntsville-Decatur (Flor) -21,160 -5.68% 1 79 Portland-Auburn 9,490 2.79% 5 80 Toledo -54,030 -13.46% -9 81 Madison 5,110 1.51% 5 82 Waco-Temple-Bryan 10,480 3.25% 7 83 Harlingen-Wslco-Brnsvl-McA -44,080 -11.74% -5 84 Paducah-Cape Girard-Harsbg 6,900 2.13% 4 85 Colorado Springs-Pueblo 7,600 2.38% 6 86 Shreveport -1,420 -0.44% 4 87 Syracuse -29,900 -8.53% -6 88 Champaign&Sprngfld-Decatur -28,720 -8.34% -6 89 Savannah 12,010 3.96% 4 90 Cedar Rapids-Wtrlo-IWC&Dub -19,080 -5.78% -3 91 Charleston, SC 6,920 2.29% 3 92 Chattanooga -35,850 -10.51% -9 93 El Paso (Las Cruces) -43,700 -12.90% -8 94 Baton Rouge 6,180 2.15% 3 95 Jackson, MS -22,660 -7.39% -3 96 Burlington-Plattsburgh -11,180 -3.80% 0 97 Myrtle Beach-Florence -24,480 -8.10% -2 98 South Bend-Elkhart 3,000 1.09% 1 99 Tri-Cities, TN-VA 7,200 2.71% 3 100 Greenville-N.Bern-Washngtn 3,990 1.52% 7 101 Ft. Smith-Fay-Sprngdl-Rgrs -6,720 -2.47% 0 102 Boise -12,360 -4.52% -2 103 Davenport-R.Island-Moline -20,830 -7.43% -5 104 Reno 7,850 3.19% 5 105 Evansville -15,670 -5.90% -2 106 Johnstown-Altoona-St Colge -13,960 -5.31% 0 107 Lincoln & Hastings-Krny 7,890 3.28% 4 108 Augusta-Aiken -24,080 -9.11% -3 109 Tallahassee-Thomasville 1,710 0.72% 3 110 Ft. Wayne -26,810 -10.10% -6 111 Springfield-Holyoke -20,060 -7.97% -3 112 Lansing -11,300 -4.67% -2 113 Sioux Falls (Mitchell) -2,120 -0.92% 2 114 Tyler-Longview (Lfkn&Ncgd) -8,590 -3.70% 0 115 Youngstown 7,290 3.42% 10 116 Fargo -10,380 -4.54% 1 117 Eugene 3,130 1.46% 6 118 Yakima-Pasco-Rchlnd-Knnwck -7,510 -3.36% 1 119 Macon -13,070 -5.83% -1 120 Peoria-Bloomington -24,730 -10.57% -7 121 Traverse City-Cadillac -9,310 -4.26% -1 122 Montgomery-Selma -22,310 -9.73% -6 123 Lafayette, LA -12,950 -5.98% -2 124 Monterey-Salinas -4,220 -2.05% 2 125 Bakersfield -14,900 -6.92% -3 126 SantaBarbra-SanMar-SanLuOb -17,640 -8.26% -2 127 Wilmington -560 -0.29% 2 128 Corpus Christi -4,860 -2.52% 0 129 La Crosse-Eau Claire -950 -0.51% 1 130 Columbus, GA (Opelika, AL) -15,120 -7.61% -3 131 Chico-Redding 490 0.29% 1 132 Amarillo -13,870 -7.89% -1 133 Columbus-Tupelo-W Pnt-Hstn -6,470 -3.85% 0 134 Wausau-Rhinelander 1,540 0.98% 0 135 Medford-Klamath Falls -1,390 -0.89% 0 136 Salisbury 1,920 1.26% 2 137 Columbia-Jefferson City -2,220 -1.42% -1 138 Rockford -400 -0.26% 1 139 Duluth-Superior 2,060 1.38% 5 140 Monroe-El Dorado -8,200 -5.24% -3 141 Palm Springs 480 0.33% 4 142 Lubbock -6,890 -4.59% 1 143 Beaumont-Port Arthur -9,580 -6.27% -3 144 Topeka -9,620 -6.33% -3 145 Odessa-Midland -8,830 -5.87% -3 146 Minot-Bsmrck-Dcknsn (Wlstn) -8,270 -5.70% 0 147 Wichita Falls & Lawton -6,760 -4.84% 1 148 Sioux City -4,450 -3.28% 1 149 Panama City -5,200 -3.84% 1 150 Rochestr-Mason City-Austin 900 0.70% 4 151 Anchorage -16,490 -11.61% -4 152 Erie -7,920 -5.94% -1 153 Joplin-Pittsburg -8,340 -6.44% 0 154 Albany, GA -10,710 -8.18% -2 155 Biloxi-Gulfport -5,800 -4.75% 1 156 Gainesville -6,180 -5.13% 1 157 Wheeling-Steubenville 450 0.40% 5 158 Sherman-Ada -6,230 -5.26% 1 159 Bangor -13,120 -10.56% -4 160 Terre Haute -9,870 -8.20% -2 161 Binghamton -9,450 -8.15% -1 162 Idaho Fals-Pocatllo (Jcksn) -14,720 -12.72% -1 163 Missoula -8,610 -7.87% 1 164 Abilene-Sweetwater -3,650 -3.49% 1 165 Yuma-El Centro -1,330 -1.32% 1 166 Bluefield-Beckley-Oak Hill -11,370 -10.35% -3 167 Hattiesburg-Laurel -3,680 -3.69% 1 168 Billings -8,380 -8.35% -1 169 Rapid City -4,330 -4.76% 2 170 Lake Charles -4,600 -5.08% 2 171 Dothan -5,280 -5.84% 2 172 Utica -6,770 -7.40% -3 173 Clarksburg-Weston -6,280 -6.90% -3 174 Quincy-Hannibal-Keokuk -4,470 -5.05% 0 175 Harrisonburg -920 -1.08% 0 176 Jackson, TN -4,070 -4.90% 1 177 Bowling Green -1,880 -2.52% 4 178 Alexandria, LA -6,720 -8.48% 1 179 Elmira (Corning) -10,660 -12.81% -2 180 Marquette -2,150 -2.90% 2 181 Watertown -8,510 -10.68% -3 182 Charlottesville -880 -1.23% 1 183 Jonesboro -5,750 -7.64% -3 184 Laredo -4,890 -6.96% 0 185 Bend, OR -2,180 -3.31% 1 186 Butte-Bozeman -3,870 -5.76% -1 187 Lafayette, IN -2,140 -3.36% 1 188 Grand Junction-Montrose -2,770 -4.32% -1 189 Lima -2,590 -4.36% 1 190 Meridian -2,240 -3.79% 1 191 Twin Falls -4,940 -8.23% -2 192 Great Falls -3,060 -5.44% 0 193 Parkersburg -2,510 -4.67% 1 194 Greenwood-Greenville -5,370 -9.65% -1 195 San Angelo -2,570 -4.87% 1 196 Cheyenne-Scottsbluff -2,270 -4.43% 1 197 Eureka -6,080 -11.34% -2 198 Mankato -450 -0.95% 1 199 Casper-Riverton -4,480 -9.29% -1 200 St. Joseph -1,420 -3.53% 1 201 Ottumwa-Kirksville -3,400 -8.33% -1 202 Victoria -2,040 -6.68% 1 203 Fairbanks -4,910 -14.93% -1 204 Zanesville -1,530 -5.24% 0 205 Helena -720 -2.72% 0 206 Presque Isle -2,400 -9.70% 0 207 Juneau -4,210 -18.35% 0 208 Alpena -150 -1.04% 0 209 North Platte -820 -6.39% 0 210 Glendive 40 1.11% 0 US Total -3,236,740 -2.94%
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