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  1. Jeff Glor is staying with the eyeball network and headed to SATMO. https://www.cbspressexpress.com/cbs-news/shows/cbs-this-morning-saturday/releases/view?id=52806
  2. I'm just trying to figure out which personality you're talking about at this point. I have two names in mind.
  3. Or my personal favorite example: TechTV being purchased by Comcast, merging it with G4 to become G4techTV, cancelling most of TechTV's existing programs, turning the network back into G4, and eventually becoming home of Cheaters and Cops marathons until the network finally folded.
  4. I must be one of the only people that actually enjoys C Clarity. It's different and that's what I like about it. Strive is good too, Inergy isn't bad, but Sinclair's theme just sounds like generic production music.
  5. Interesting. Just on carriage alone this looks more promising than the AAF. I'm surprised that the championship is airing on ESPN and not on ABC/FOX. I think the AAF championship would have aired on CBS proper.
  6. I really wish they would have finished out the season. At least I got some discounted merch from Dick's Sporting Goods after the closure. It's throwback now!
  7. What was the situation that caused that to happen? I did a quick Google search and couldn't find anything about it.
  8. The most offensive part of the closure is that it is not finance related. They had enough money to finish out the season, but primary owner Tom Dundon decided to pull the plug early.
  9. I also posted this in the March Madness thread, but it's relevant here too. AAF ratings for the TNT game are in: 340k total. The NFLN games weren't in the Top 50 in Sports for the first time. Not surprising given how much basketball was on this weekend. EDIT: Forgot relevant link. http://www.showbuzzdaily.com/articles/skedball-weekly-sports-tv-ratings-3-18-3-24-2019.html
  10. March Madness ratings are in, and it looks like CBS/Turner are big winners this week. http://www.showbuzzdaily.com/articles/skedball-weekly-sports-tv-ratings-3-18-3-24-2019.html
  11. WBAY airs Pawn Stars at 11am and 11:30am, Action 2 News at Noon, Paid Programming at 12:30pm, General Hospital at 1pm, and Strehan and Sara at 2pm. They used to air The Chew on a day delay too so that they could air it earlier in the day. 11am, if I recall?
  12. I hope in future years they'll do a better job spacing games out in primetime during Round 1. I felt like three of the four games started and ended at roughly the same time both nights. I also wish they would bunch the Round 2 games together like they do on Thursday/Friday, so that I could have a life for a few hours without missing games. That being said: the games today have been REALLY good.
  13. I think the NFL is starting to realize that with streaming and other options that people are willing to seek out the games they want to see. (At least I hope they are.) Now if we could only get Sunday Ticket at a reasonable price and without having to have DirecTV...
  14. If they keep having games like last night (Birmingham Iron beat the San Diego Fleet with a last second field goal) I think the ratings will only continue to improve. As a football fan, I'm glad that CBS sees that this is a viable lead-in for March Madness.
  15. I'm curious what WGBA and WTMJ would do if "The Now" gets axed. Would they just extend the 6:00 news and keep it under the Live at 6/6:30 moniker, or show a completely different program?
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