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Everything posted by Newsjunkie24

  1. Mecum Auctions is on there all the time, and I don't believe they have another partner, so would they make the jump over to Peacock? I always loved that music package that ESPNnews used to use. The graphics were great too.
  2. NBCSN seems to show Dog Shows and American Ninja Warrior reruns when there's no live sports programming. I would expect FS2, the CBS Sports Network, and the Olympic Channel to go before NBCSN. I'm surprised ESPNnews is still around, to be honest. It seems like at night, they're running their talk shows on a loop for a few hours and there's not many advertisers compared to ESPN or ESPN2.
  3. Now there's a rumor out that NBCSN may be gone as a whole at the end of next year. Apparently NBC might move certain sports events to their other cable channels or Peacock. https://worldsoccertalk.com/2020/12/23/nbcsns-days-are-numbered-as-a-channel-predicts-tv-industry-reporter/ I don't know if this is a good idea or not. It might be bad for smaller sports.
  4. It's OK, but could be better in my opinion.
  5. Agreed. I'm glad Sony changed the finale date.
  6. Andrea has to be retiring in the next few years and Chuck is very polarizing at best. Why not give her and Kristen Welker some weekday slots?
  7. Ohio senator Sherrod Brown sent a letter to both TEGNA and DIRECTV as well as FCC chair Ajit Pai to end the dispute. It was sent about two weeks ago but I wonder if that's what it took to end it once and for all.
  8. This must be one of the most severe cases of Covid-19 among any TV newsperson if he's in the ICU. Hoping he makes a full recovery.
  9. I like both equally. Shep's show has more name recognition compared to NN. I can't watch NN right now due to Nexstar's dispute with Dish, which I have to get TV.
  10. Plus, MSNBC is more popular with viewers. CNBC is mostly a business network, so going from Jim Cramer to Shep has got to be a slight trainwreck. Maybe the ratings would be better if it wasn't on a channel with a small, niche audience.
  11. Maybe she'll retire to Hawaii.
  12. I wondered if she was Hawaiian. Maybe she'll retire to Hawaii. Beautiful place.
  13. There was no room for Shep at both MSNBC and CNN, which is probably why he's on CNBC. The 7:00 hour was mostly reruns prior to Shep's arrival.
  14. The set looks very modern to me. It looks pretty good in my opinion.
  15. If Sinclair forces Dish to carry the RSN'S, they will likely be carried again in the next Sinclair contract. Agreed.
  16. I personally like the new graphics. I don't have a problem with how it looks.
  17. Or for the past few years for that matter.
  18. It seems like there's no end in sight here.
  19. Will be interesting to see what changes Rashida makes to MSNBC. Phil was at NBC/MSNBC for so long.
  20. I think WGN-TV still has the sports show, I could be wrong though.
  21. I'd like to see WGN do a show that is similar to what SportsCenter used to be, just news and highlights. But with how costly highlights are, that likely won't happen.

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