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  1. Not yet. Also, DIRECTV is also in dispute with another Nexstar shell, White Knight Broadcasting. Is it just me, or do disputes with Sell Companies take longer to resolve?
  2. Pat Callaghan announces retirement after 43 years with NEWS CENTER Maine. His final newscast will be Dec. 9, 2022.
  3. NBC lost millions in ad revenue by how the 1983 LCS's were structured as WMAR aired local advertising, O&O WMAQ, at least O&O KNBC had Scully in their back pocket, and the signal of O&O WRC reaches Baltimore. In Philadelphia, viewers probably turned to Harry Kalas and stayed away from KYW. Had WGN been able to televise the 1984 NLCS, viewers would have probably tuned to Harry Caray over Don Drysdale.
  4. 1983 ALCS National: NBC Orioles: WMAR (NBC) with Orioles' Broadcasters White Sox: WFLD (Independent) superseding WMAQ 1983 NLCS National: NBC Dodgers: KTTV (Independent) superseding KNBC Phillies: WTAF (Independent) superseding KYW
  5. The SportsNet broadcasts may have been specific to the Blue Jays, I have not seen any indication that games were on Bally Sports GL, Sun, MW, or SD, SNY, ROOTNW or NBCSP.
  6. I believe that most of us on this forum can see NBC moving Nightly News to 10/9c and formatting it similar to CBC's The National.
  7. I was about to say that, if CBC can air a one hour national newscast at 10/9c, why not try it here in America. Another possible idea would be for NBC affiliates to air their late newscast at 10/9c for 75 minutes with The Tonight Show starting at 11:15/10:15c.
  8. I believe that NBC News Daily will be produced from the studio currently in use for the rest of NBC News Now is produced.
  9. The previous FNIA and SNF Logos were in use from its 2006 launch, which probably meant it was time for a refresh.
  10. There are also two LD stations, WECA in Boston and WYCN in Providence, that are currently broadcasting on RF 36 who'll need to move should the WWDP petition be approved. As for WGBH and WGBX, they can possibly move 2.1 and 44.1 to RF 32 by ending the CSA with WBTS, who moves to WNEU's spectrum.
  11. NESN has launched a DTC product, NESN360.
  12. NESN has launched a DTC product, NESN360.
  13. They do that now as both CBS and Fox have the doubleheader in Weeks 1 & 18 and split 2-17 with 8 each.
  14. It brings in an estimated $10B.
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