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NowBergen last won the day on August 16 2021

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  1. My one wish is that they would have used a curved screen for the corner set up like they have in both the Today and MSNBC 3A studios. The desk is an improvement (no longer see through) and can accommodate standing (which is fine) and seating which happens during TINY. it’s an effective use of space (yes smaller than 3K but larger than when they were in 3C). Is it fancy - no. Is it in the family of NBC sets -yes. And it is functional where the story is the focus , rather than the set or anchors.
  2. Not today. 11, 4, 5 and 6 from the old set (3K).
  3. That I get. Especially with another new studio launched yesterday in 6A for Kelly Clarkson.
  4. I mean nynewsguy's source. Someone at the station? Clearly it hasn't happened tonight.
  5. What was the original source? Switching to new studio in the middle of the 4-7:30 pm block doesn’t make much sense.
  6. Could it be NewsNation. They seem to go big for rehab projects.
  7. Sounds like Discovery channels stuff. Why bother?
  8. WNBC's set is going away shortly as they move from Studio 3K to 3B, shared with Telemundo 47, in a similar set up to DC. Hopefully there will be some unique elements but most of the NBCU sets are based on lots of video screens and stand up delivery. In the end, does a viewer really care?
  9. They continually say she is off and show promos with her in it. None of us know her personal situation, other than she is off the air for now. She may be sick, someone in the family sick, a death in the family, or who knows what. There is no law that says she has to share every aspect of her personal life with viewers. She (and all anchors) may be on TV but they are entitled to privacy.
  10. I don't think he worked for WWOR before it was bought and marginalized by Fox.
  11. It would at least allow writers to write scripts for shows, and hopefully a framework for a deal with SAG-AFTRA. Assuming a deal is reached tonight. They won't negotiate tomorrow due to the holiday.
  12. Just because he is "retiring" does not allow him to avoid being held accountable. He is probably still the top shareholder still.
  13. I've already seen that mentioned. Heaven help us.
  14. Does anyone know if WPIX is back on DirecTV? I don't think it went off when the so called Mission stations did, but when the entire Nexstar group did. It seemed Nexstar was playing games here. Hopefully now that the FCC is at full strength, they will take a look at these "sidecars" whose only purpose is to skirt ownership caps, and at the expense of viewers. I was in RI where Nexstar controls three stations. Only one was restored - the CBS affiliate. The Fox and CW were still off the air (owned my Mission on paper).
  15. My understanding is that the Mission “owned” stations are not included. Nexstar has more work to do before claiming “mission accomplished.”
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