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  1. Good news everyone! I'm going to be back at making compilations once again after almost half a year in the shadows. Unfortunately, there's only a few DMAs left that are available so I'm gonna have to make do with what Kyndle hasn't done yet.


    Speaking of which, I saw that she did compilations of Grand Rapids & Toledo, two markets I've been planning to do for a long time now. Since I never got to making them at all, I'll brush those 2 markets off, for now.


    However, I do feel a little uneasy about her updating WROC, WHAM, & WUHF. Unlike Info Junkie (someone who's helped me with compilations), who kindly asked TL Hughes (the guy who started the "news compilation trend") if he could update his compilations, which he granted him to do so, Kyndle didn't seem to ask me if she could update the 3 stations which I've made compilations of. I just don't know what to do about this one.


    The next 2 markets I'll be doing will be kept as a surprise, but the first video I'll be doing is updating WWSB and WLTV, along with making a compilation of 1 other station Kyndle didn't seem to get to.


    Thank you all, keep living the good life, and I hope you all have a wonderful day.



    1. dman748


      You too, get your computer straighten out and we should be golden.

  2. I know you were upset last year that none of the OKC stations were investing in newscasts or newer syndicated shows, so let me give you my 2 cents on it. Outside of the city, the rest of the market is mainly rural small towns, which probably don't need stations with KTLA or WJW style amounts of newscasts. Keep that in mind if you still don't get what you want this season.

    1. dman748


      I mean was I suggesting that they go a la LA or New York or something like that? Probably not because Oklahoma City is way too small to do a newscast lineup in that format but at the same token it's a shame that it has to take Nexstar entering Oklahoma City for the status quo to change and even then it might not be enough so, it is what it is but imo OKC acts more like it's in the 60s in the DMA rankings than they are in the 40s

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