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NBC Considering Giving 10pm/9pm Back To Affiliates


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4 hours ago, ColtFromGulfcoast said:

The channels on Pluto TV, which is FREE look better than channels they want you to pay 150 bucks for with the cable subscription. 

 

That in itself says a whole lot.....unless that was the goal in the first place. 

 

Pluto TV, XUMO, Tubi, Live TV from The Roku Channel, Peacock, Stirr, Distro TV, Plex.

 

They all offer "Live TV" channels inside their apps and most channels are just as equal or miles better than what you get on cable. The only downside to that is live sports, that you still need cable for. Lmao.

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12 hours ago, TheRolyPoly said:

 

Pluto TV, XUMO, Tubi, Live TV from The Roku Channel, Peacock, Stirr, Distro TV, Plex.

 

They all offer "Live TV" channels inside their apps and most channels are just as equal or miles better than what you get on cable. The only downside to that is live sports, that you still need cable for. Lmao.

 

No, there's another downside, though it's more of a hardware issue than anything: The streaming remote used to peruse those services often lack number buttons, effectively forcing you to use the program guide or flip from channel to channel just to get to the one you want to watch.

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12 hours ago, AdamTheJ said:

A thought occurred to me today, is NBC attempting to air the West Coast version of NBC Nightly News on the East Coast, just like it airs the East Coast version on the West?

If so it would be tape delayed….because the West Coast version airs at 6:30 PT (right?) and prime time wouldn’t be over til a half hour later even if they ended it a half hour later.

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8 hours ago, Nelson R. said:

If so it would be tape delayed….because the West Coast version airs at 6:30 PT (right?) and prime time wouldn’t be over til a half hour later even if they ended it a half hour later.

In my market, all three network news shows air at 5:30 PT, (sandwiched between local newscasts), and they’re usually “west coast updates.”

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28 minutes ago, AKA said:

In my market, all three network news shows air at 5:30 PT, (sandwiched between local newscasts), and they’re usually “west coast updates.”

Yeah it wouldn’t be worth it. Might as well air a live newscast at 10 ET if they’re gonna go that route.

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15 hours ago, Nelson R. said:

Yeah it wouldn’t be worth it. Might as well air a live newscast at 10 ET if they’re gonna go that route.

But now some west coast stations are doing at 6:30 airing national programs that might be the real live west coast edition. Do you still might get a tepee show at 5:30pm. Are you in Seattle?

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36 minutes ago, Gavin M. said:

But now some west coast stations are doing at 6:30 airing national programs that might be the real live west coast edition. Do you still might get a tepee show at 5:30pm. Are you in Seattle?

No I’m near Charlotte. 

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2 hours ago, Drew said:

Here in seattle nighlt airs at 6pm. But lot of west coast stations are nightly at 5:30p minus LA markets 

And San Francisco I’d starting to move to 6:40 never understood the 5:30 P.M. the Spanish stations make all stations airing in the west at 6:30.

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