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David Salter JR

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  1. Biden is expected to speak regarding the coronavirus task-force at some point today. Expect more cut-ins on the big 4 networks
  2. Apparently, FOX coverage is level 2 which would allow stations an option to stay with boxing if they wish. My assumption is most will push one or the other to the .2 subchannel
  3. Biden's speech will likely take out a good chunk of the Clemson-Norte Dame and Oregon-Stanford games on ABC and a boxing card on FOX
  4. what are FOX's plans for tonight's edition of smackdown? I am assuming a cut-in calling the race for Biden airs as level 1 which would result in either total preemption or punting it to an alternate outlet?
  5. even if there is, it likely only covers national emergencies like war or terrorism. A disputed presidential election would not likely be covered under such a clause
  6. i would not be surprised if the NFL told FOX "you have a contract with us, air the game, you can do a news update at halftime if there are new developments"
  7. Fox has Thursday Night Football and ABC has the Bachelorette. I doubt either network will be willing to preempt those not to mention the pushback they would get on social media if they did
  8. Scott anchors the weekend editions of FOX Report (the weekday version was discontinued several years ago). It baffles me why they wouldn't use him or Brett Bair or Chris Wallace on the broadcast net's election night coverage.
  9. i wonder why big FOX wouldn't use Jon Scott?
  10. I don't know if this has been confirmed yet, but according to the FIOS on-screen guide, Sandra Smith and Trace Gallagher will be anchoring Election Night coverage on FOX broadcast
  11. WTTTG is forgoing impeachment coverage. Fox 5 plus WDCA aired the first day of the trial but nothing beyond that
  12. in the early 90s, WWL published a magazine called Good News
  13. coverage plans for the senate impeachment trial: NBC: live coverage will be fronted by Lester Holt with Chuck Todd co-hosting from DC CBS: Norah O'Donnell will anchor from DC ABC: George Stepahnopolus anchors from New York with various guests joining him FOX: coverage will be anchored by Bill Hemmer. Broadcasting and Cable is reporting that FOX broadcast coverage is optional to affiliates. Martha Mccallum and Bret Bair will co-anchor on FNC.
  14. The final vote on impeachment is expected somewhere between 6:30 and 8pm eastern. Primetime may on the big 4 may not be impacted if the vote happens on the earlier side

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