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Manny NYC

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  1. Wouldn't trust that, I don't think listings have been updated yet
  2. For actual breaking news, CNN is far better than MSNBC or Fox News becuase they don't try to have three "analysts" shove a political opinion down your throat. They are actually just telling the story of what's going on. That is great for viewership when something big happens (when more "regular" people watch cable news) but doesn't work when it's just partisans watching.
  3. They had an actual secondary set for awhile. What happened to it?
  4. From Warner Bro's upfront here is a look at CNN's new graphics
  5. WLNY i think is an outlier. They aren't recieved OTA in NYC.
  6. My understanding is that WBD is not looking to sell that share
  7. If you're bored, Diamond's full arguments are avaliable here https://cases.ra.kroll.com/DSG/Home-DocketInfo?DocAttribute=7617&DocAttrName=ADVERSARYNO.23-03071DIAMONDSPORTSNETARIZONA%2CLLCV.SUNSLEGACYPARTNERS%2CL.L.C.ETAL_Q&MenuID=19831&AttributeName=Diamond Sports Net Arizona%2C LLC v. Suns Legacy Par
  8. They say they have a contractual right of first refusal so they may have some standing.
  9. I doubt they would, but it would sort of make sense to have NBC News Now replace it on the subchannels it currently airs on
  10. Diamond Sports has officially missed their interest payment and is entering the 30-day grace period. If they don't get a financial miracle they will file for Chapter 11 on March 15th. For the time being, nothing will change for the Bally Sports RSNs operationally. If they file for bankruptcy and start missing payments to teams, that's when major issues begin. https://www.sportsbusinessjournal.com/Daily/Issues/2023/02/15/Media/diamond-sports-group.aspx
  11. This is totally incorrect. The College Football graphics changed with the NFL in 2020.
  12. I haven't watched news networks lately. They tend to get very repetitive and I don't have cable so they can be a nusiance to watch. If I'm really intrested in the news, I'll watch World News Tonight or local WNBC. The only news network I've watched consistently lately, much to my surprise, is Scripps News (formally Newsy). They tend to but pretty even handed with their coverage (unlike MSNBC or Fox News), and they are easy to access OTA. I also enjoyed CNN's Election Coverage, which was very focused on the numbers coming in, and not 6 people on a desk talking about how great things were going for Party X or Party Y.
  13. I would guess that a significant portion of CW affiliates still carry local sports during weekend afternoons. Tape-delays make more sense.
  14. Here's the press release from LIV: https://www.livgolf.com/news/liv-golf-and-the-cw-announcement
  15. The placement of KPIX just looks so wrong. Otherwise the graphics looks really good
  16. A brief rundown of news plans tonight for networks: CNN (Election Night in America): 4PM ET to unclear, with Jake Tapper, Anderson Cooper, Dana Bash, Abby Phillip, Chris Wallace, Kasie Hunt, Boris Sanchez, John King, Pamela Brown, Gloria Borger, David Axelrod, Van Jones, David Urban, Alyssa Farah Griffin, and Scott Jennings in studio. Switch (unclear when) to Don Lemon, Wolf Blitzer, Erin Burnett, Poppy Harlow, Alisyn Camerota, Kaitlan Collins, John Berman, Harry Enten, Ana Cabrera, Victor Blackwell, and Brianna Keilar CBS News Streaming Network (America Decides): 5PM ET to 8PM ET with Caitlin Huey-Burns and Lilia Luciano. Simulcasts CBS’s coverage beginning at 8PM ET until 2AM ET. Fox News Channel/Fox Business Network (Democracy 2022: Election Night): 6PM ET to 1AM, with Bret Baier, Martha MacCallum, Bill Hemmer, Harris Faulkner, and Shannon Bream in studio. Also 1AM-4AM with Trace Gallagher in studio MSNBC (also on Peacock) (Decision 2022): 6PM ET to 2AM with Rachel Maddow, Nicolle Wallace, Joy Reid, Chris Hayes, Alex Wagner, Lawrence O’Donnell, Ari Melber, Stephanie Ruhle, Steve Kornacki, Jen Psaki, Symone Sanders Townsend, Claire McCaskill, David Plouffe, Michael Steele and Carlos Curbelo in studio. Also 2AM to 6AM with Ali Velshi, Jonathan Capehart, Alicia Menendez and Ayman Mohyeldin. NewsNation (Decision Desk 2022): 6PM ET to 3AM ET with Chris Cuomo, Leland Vittert, George Will, Chris Stirewalt, Scott Tranter, Niall Stanage, Morgan Ortagus, Johanna Maska in studio. NBC News Now (Decision 2022): 6PM ET to 8PM ET with Hallie Jackson and Tom Llamas in studio. Simulcasts NBC's coverage beginning at 8PM ET. CNBC (The News with Shepard Smith): 7PM ET to 8PM ET with Shepard Smith??? in studio. 8PM ET to 9PM ET (Business on the Ballot) with Becky Quick, Joe Kernen and Andrew Ross Sorkin in studio. ABC and ABC News Live (Election Night 2022): 7PM ET to 8PM ET (only on ABC News Live), 8PM ET to unclear (ABC and ABC News Live) with David Muir, Jonathan Karl, Cecilia Vega, Martha Raddatz, Mary Bruce, Byron Pitts, María Elena Salinas, Chris Christie, Donna Brazille, Heidi Heitkamp, Yvette Simpson, Sarah Isgur, Rick Klein, Rachel Scott, Nate Silver, Pierre Thomas, Terry Moran, Dan Abrams, and Kate Shaw NBC and NBC News Now (Decision 2022): 8PM ET to unclear with Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie, Chuck Todd, Andrea Mitchell, Tom Llamas and Hallie Jackson CBS (America Decides): 8PM ET to unclear (likely 2AM ET) with Norah O’Donnell, Gayle King, John Dickerson, Margaret Brennan, Anthony Salvanto, Robert Costa, Nancy Cordes, Major Garrett, Jeff Pegues, Ed O’Keefe, Scott MacFarlane, Vladimir Duthiers and David Becker in studio.
  17. Obviously a totally different situation, but a USFL game was moved to CNBC at 11 sharp to avoid local news and SNL this year
  18. It looks like something a Twitter user came up with as the answer to the "what if fox kept the RSNs" question.
  19. TheGrio is launching weeknight news programs on October 24th. The shows are TheGrio with Eboni K. Williams at 6 p.m. ET and TheGrio with Marc Lamont Hill at 7 p.m. https://www.nexttv.com/news/news-shows-joining-thegrios-lineup-on-new-cable-network
  20. They aren't totally right wing, it is a NYC station after all, but every once in awhile they have their GM go on air to complain about ranked choice voting.
  21. Their first game was simulcast on NBC
  22. With the NBA preseason beginning, both MSG and TNT debut new graphic
  23. Totally agree on the clock. If you're going to use a rectangular design for everything else, the one non rectangle is just going to look weird.
  24. One note about WINK, it appears they are sending the NFL on CBS and SEC on CBS to WXCW
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