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  1. But there's always reruns of Springer on Nosey (Diginet and Streaming).
  2. If I may add one more thing I forgot to mention. I could vision KTVL, KMEG/KPTH, and WNWO be owned by either Cox, Scripps, Nexstar or Tegna. If one station owners do acquire some of the Sinclair stations, they would need to make a fresh start by reviving its news department and newscasts and hire new talent with years of experience. Now, I could see KTVL to Nexstar, Scripps or Gray, KMEG/KPTH to Cox, AMG, Scripps or Tegna, and WNWO to Nexstar, Scripps, or AMG.
  3. I would like to see WPGH sold to Fox Television Stations, Inc. (But I doubt that's going to happen). I would also like to see WJLA, KTUL, KDNL, WNWO, WXLV to either Cox, Scripps, or another broadcast group. IMO, WJLA should've been an ABC O&O, but I know it's been said many times that Disney doesn't buy stations. And Tegna never owned a station in Tulsa, but it would be a good fit for KTUL, I remember many moons ago when Belo (Former WFAA Flagship owner) owned KOTV before selling it to Griffin. One last thing, I would like to see WOAI/KABB to Nexstar and KEYE to be CBS O&O, but again, I doubt that's going to happen.
  4. I hope it replaces The Talk; I hated that show ever since. I had a vision of what the lineup would look like. 10AM (ET) - LMAD 11AM (ET) - The Price is Right 12PM - Local News 12:30PM - Y&R 1:30PM - B&B 2PM - The Gates In case you forgotten, CBS pulled the plug on two legendary soaps (GL & AWTW) in '09 and '10. And for game show fans like me, in case you might remember CBS did a pilot for ($1,000,000) Pyramid in '09, but it was passed up... twice!
  5. IMO, Tegna needs to replace Twist with either TCN (The Country Network) or Heartland (FKA TNN). Or by the time Twist signs off, Tenga stations can run rebroadcast of local news and lifestyle shows on their diginet 24/7. Again, it's just my opinion.
  6. Seattle Television and KOMO 4 News are just the same without Chief Weathercaster, Steve Pool. Steve passed away this afternoon, his widow said it was early-onset Alzheimer's Disease. Condolences go out to his wife, his two daughters, and to his extended family at KOMO ABC 4. RIP Steve and Godspeed. Say hello to Kathi Geortzen from all of us here. https://komonews.com/news/local/steve-pool-seattle-passes-away-long-battle-with-illness-komo-television-legend-weather-man-forecaster-meteorologist-western-washington-reporting-news-inspiration-features#
  7. Is Adell high on drugs or what?! First, he wants his station to carry the CW, then weeks later he decides not to carry the CW. What the hell is going on over at Adell Broadcasting and WADL 38?
  8. That "M" almost looks exactly like the Motown logo.
  9. His bio on the station's website is gone.
  10. https://deadline.com/2023/09/fcc-senate-confirmation-anna-gomez-democrats-1235539010/
  11. It's always been 5-7am, 5-9am, and 5-10am on most stations across the country.
  12. In my neck of the woods, ET has been with WFAA 8 ever since. It aired after The Update at 10pm, then it moved to 11:05pm after Nightline, and finally moved to its cuttent time slot 6:30pm in 2005 after WOF left 8 and moved to CBS 11 (KTVT).
  13. Will 'KBD go against 'JBK and 'MYD in the 10pm news race? That's if their 10pm news returns to TV50.
  14. Let's not forget Lonnie Quinn was a soap opera actor on All My Children before he went on to be a weathercaster at WTVJ and currently CBS 2 (WCBS) New York.
  15. Sad news out of Jacksonville. A First Coast weather legend is gone. Longtime WJXT Meteorologist George Winterling has passed away at the age pf 91. Winterling was WJXT's Chief Meteorologist from 1962 till his retirement in 2009. Prayers and condolences go out to the family of George Winterling and to his extended family at WJXT News4Jax (Formerly: Channel 4 Eyewitness News). RIP George, Godspeed, and say hi to Glen Wood (Woody) from all of us here. https://www.news4jax.com/news/local/2023/06/22/longtime-meteorologist-george-winterling-dies-at-91/ https://www.firstcoastnews.com/article/weather/channel-4s-george-winterling-groundbreaking-tv-meteorologist-dies-wednesday/77-48b25f9f-16bf-4dc5-b806-53e5e64319d7
  16. I hope he is, but is he going to be Bill Ritter's successor?
  17. https://www.sbnation.com/golf/2023/6/9/23754366/brandel-chamblee-pga-tour-liv-golf-pif-blocked-doj
  18. In the memory and tribute to the late great Dick Nourse. RIP & Godspeed.
  19. A Salt Lake City news legend is gone. Dick Nourse the longtime anchor of KSL 5 (Eyewitness) News has passed away at the age of 83. Dick was a Utah Institution alongside weatherman Bob Welti and sportscaster Paul James and became the #1 rated news team in Salt Lake City. Nourse worked alongside many KSL legends like Shelly Thomas, Bruce Lindsay, Carole Mikita, Craig Bolerjack, Keith McCord and the list goes on and on. Prayers and condolences go out to the family of Dick Nourse and the staff and management of KSL 5 (Eyewitness) News at this challenging time. https://ksltv.com/551381/tv-legend-and-longtime-ksl-anchor-dick-nourse-has-died-at-83/ Dick may your memory and legacy of SLC television news lives on in spirit and say hi to Welti and James from all of us here. RIP and Godspeed, you are in a better place.
  20. Let's not forget another former Jacksonville news anchor whose also been elected to public office. Former WJKS/WJXT Joyce Morgan been elected Duval County property appraiser.
  21. Former longtime WNEW/WNYW FOX 5 News anchor John Roland passed away. Condolences go out to The Roland Family and to his extended family at New York's FOX 5. RIP John and Godspeed. And say hello to Bill McCreary from all of us here. I know that they're now reunited in heaven and anchoring the news together again. https://www.fox5ny.com/news/john-roland-fox-5-anchor-passes-away
  22. IMO, I hope it happens, AMG deserves a second chance to buy Tegna can clean up the mess.
  23. WPMI deserves better than this, especially better station owners than Sinclair!
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