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  1. (Cross posted from 2019-20 Syndicated News) WBNX in Cleveland has released its Fall 2019 lineup and there are some changes. The biggest two are: No more "Ninety and Nine Club" on weekdays at 9am "Dr. Oz" moving to WBNX from WJW. Also joining TV55 are Protection Court, America Says, and Sheriffs: El Dorado County. https://www.wbnx.com/fall-schedule-2019
  2. WBNX in Cleveland has released its Fall 2019 lineup and there are some changes. The biggest two are: No more "Ninety and Nine Club" on weekdays at 9am "Dr. Oz" moving to WBNX from WJW. Also joining TV55 are Protection Court, America Says, and Sheriffs: El Dorado County. https://www.wbnx.com/fall-schedule-2019
  3. WKYC has added Mike Polk, Jr. to its team. He's a popular Cleveland stand-up comedian who's created popular viral videos, and has appeared on WJW and WUAB in almost two decades. Channel 3 has really beefed up its hiring this year. https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/television/wkyc/clevelands-popular-social-and-political-commentator-mike-polk-jr-joins-wkyc-studios/95-e6a54c48-6ebe-4884-829c-8817f54086aa?fbclid=IwAR1xWKIWksnL0COcsEidBV5qLr1qiA3iFKIboT0vxXvhi8WwglHAPNcloLA (I also posted this in "Out and About," but thought this would go on here as well)
  4. Cleveland comedian Mike Polk, Jr. joins WKYC and will appear on different newscasts. He's also been featured on WJW and WUAB in the past.
  5. Jim Finnerty (and when he was Jim Finerty) was at WJW/WJKW in the '70s and early '80s where he was a weekend evening anchor and also the original co-host of the city's version of "PM Magazine" from 1979 (when Channel 8 started airing it) until 1982. Robin Meade was also in Columbus as well (she too was at WJW before, but as an anchor trainee). I should add that Bill Martin was at WUAB before he went over to WJW in 1994 right about the time the CBS-Fox switch took place. Plus, Duane Pohlman worked with Ted Hart at WEWS before they would reunite years later at WCMH.
  6. WOIO and WUAB is adding a new local weekday talk show this fall hosted by former Cleveland Browns player Josh Cribbs and his wife Maria. It will be called "Cribbs in the CLE: Josh and Maria Live." It will air on WOIO at 9 until 9:30am, and will repeat from 7 until 7:30pm on WUAB.
  7. Could TEGNA force Jerry Revish out at WBNS or let him leave on his own terms?
  8. Lydia Esparra is no longer at WOIO and WUAB. https://www.ftvlive.com/sqsp-test/2019/6/11/gone-in-cleveland
  9. WEWS is officially carrying Tamron Hall's show according her show's website.
  10. I can see WEWS and WOIO possibly tweaking their anchor lineups between now and January to better compete with WKYC. Not sure about WJW with new ownership (finally) coming on board, and not sure what will happen to the on-air look regarding talent. (Speaking of, I have a feeling they're giving away their red couch from their current set because they're going to get a new on-air look. Just a guess.)
  11. What about Live on Lakeside and Wendy Williams? Plus, could Daily Blast Live (and even Sister Circle, which WKYC has kept in overnights since its launch) even return in the fall?
  12. Could WKYC bring in Denise Dufala for a role with the new midday and 5pm newscasts to join Jay and possibly Betsy?
  13. Could WEWS also gun for Mel Robbins' new talk show as well?
  14. WKYC is planning to launch the new 5pm newscast in January, according to The Plain Dealer. No word on who will co-anchor with Jay on that new show, but I think with Channel 3 at 5, it will likely leave both WEWS and WOIO in the dust.
  15. UPDATE: WKYC in Cleveland will air "The Kelly Clarkson Show" at 2pm on weekdays starting on September 9th. "Kelly" will takeover the timeslot currently filled by "The Wendy Williams Show." No word on where "Wendy" will end up.
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