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WOIO is switching game shows with WKYC. Starting September 4th, 19 will air an hour of Family Feud (previously on 3 and even 19 before on and off) at 3pm, and WKYC will air Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Hopefully, Steve Harvey will prove to be a better lead in for the 4pm newscast on 19 (if it's still going to be around).

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WOIO is switching game shows with WKYC. Starting September 4th, 19 will air an hour of Family Feud (previously on 3 and even 19 before on and off) at 3pm, and WKYC will air Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Hopefully, Steve Harvey will prove to be a better lead in for the 4pm newscast on 19 (if it's still going to be around).

What happens to Daytime Jeopardy? Does that go to 4PM and effectively kill the news in that hour for SnoozeFest 19?

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What happens to Daytime Jeopardy? Does that go to 4PM and effectively kill the news in that hour for SnoozeFest 19?

 

Daytime Jeopardy is not on the schedule on 19 for September 11. My guess it will move to overnights, move to 43, or go away from Cleveland completely. The 4pm news will cut in half to make room for Inside Edition, but is hoping to benefit with Family Feud as a lead-in at 3 and 3:30pm. (Who Wants to Be a Millionaire is moving to WKYC to eventually air at 3pm as a lead-in for Daily Blast LIVE) Now I wonder how the anchor lineup will change.

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Daytime Jeopardy is not on the schedule on 19 for September 11. My guess it will move to overnights, move to 43, or go away from Cleveland completely. The 4pm news will cut in half to make room for Inside Edition, but is hoping to benefit with Family Feud as a lead-in at 3 and 3:30pm. (Who Wants to Be a Millionaire is moving to WKYC to eventually air at 3pm as a lead-in for Daily Blast LIVE) Now I wonder how the anchor lineup will change.

The answer to the hour half 4pm news on WOIO.

 

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The answer to the hour half 4pm news on WOIO.

 

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On a side note or two, The Simpsons are back in daytime on WUAB at 5:30pm. Also, I'm actually impressed that Spectrum kept the TWC Navigator guide.

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"Inside Edition" is going to air at 8:30pm on WUAB/43 in addition to airing on WOIO/19 at 4:30pm. Saw a promo for that airing earlier today. Couldn't it air only on 43 and not cut 19's 4pm news in half?

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"Inside Edition" is going to air at 8:30pm on WUAB/43 in addition to airing on WOIO/19 at 4:30pm. Saw a promo for that airing earlier today. Couldn't it air only on 43 and not cut 19's 4pm news in half?

 

WJXT in Jacksonville airs Inside Edition... TWICE. The new one at 4:30 and aired again at 7:30 p.m. but they usually promote the 7:30 more.

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Yeah. Let's see how long that's going to last.

 

...and let's see if anyone EVEN notices.

 

I bet they spend most of that half hour trolling for "likes" and "yummies" or whatever the hell else the netizens use as tokens of appreciation.

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This is weird combonation.

 

Raycom has acquired a newspaper firm, Community Newspaper Holdings. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed.

 

CNHI is expected to spin-off some papers where a markt overlaps with a Raycom television station.

That's a pretty out-of-left-field acquisition, considering the trend of legacy publishers that have separated their print and broadcast holdings; Hearst, Cox, News-Press & Gazette, Quincy and Meredith were the only major station owners that still had a portfolio of publications before this deal happened. Exactly which markets would have a conflict with FCC crossownership rules under the CNHI purchase?

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This is weird combonation.

 

Raycom has acquired a newspaper firm, Community Newspaper Holdings. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed.

 

CNHI is expected to spin-off some papers where a markt overlaps with a Raycom television station.

 

Both CNHI and Raycom are owned by the Retirement Systems of Alabama, so it makes sense in some way, but it's still a weird deal.

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That's a pretty out-of-left-field acquisition, considering the trend of legacy publishers that have separated their print and broadcast holdings; Hearst, Cox, News-Press & Gazette, Quincy and Meredith were the only major station owners that still had a portfolio of publications before this deal happened. Exactly which markets would have a conflict with FCC crossownership rules under the CNHI purchase?

 

Huntsville and / or Birmingham. Several papers in the Louisville market, and a few of the Oklahoma, and Texas markets by the looks of it.

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