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Yes, With A Catch

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Minority Tele vision Project says it now needs to raise $3 million to start operating KQEC-TV, sister station of MTP-owned KQED-TV. The Federal Communications Commission tentatively has approved…

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It Got There With Practice

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The only station that devoted more coverage to the May 5 Carnegie Hall Centennial Gala than pubcaster WNET-TV was classical music station WNCN-FM. Morning man Elliott Forrest broadcast live from the…

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Exex Engineered

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Two new execs have been hired at Fox-affil WTTG-TV. Darcy Antonellis is now v.p., operations and engineering, and J. David Lewis has been named chief engineer, reporting to Antonellis. Antonellis…

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The Family Channel

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BIG BROTHER JAKE Sitcom, produced by Northstar Entertainment Group (804/523-7883) Virginia Beach, Va., in association with The Family Channel. EXP, Terry A. Botwick, S. Harry Young; SPVSG PROD, Chris…

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The Travel Channel

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AMERICAN ROAD TRIPS Half-hour series about exploring America off the beaten path. EXP, Bob Pronovost; HOST, Steve Fox. ARTHUR FROMMER'S ALMANAC OF TRAVEL Half-hour series about vacation planning and…

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Jewish Tv Network

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CONVERSATION WITH ROBERT CLARY Celeb talkshow with guests such as Mel Brooks, Ed Asner, Richard Benjamin, Carl Reiner and Martin Landau. PROD, Les Nordhauser; HOST, Robert Clary. THE DIANE GLAZER…

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'Sisters' Scene Too Steamy

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NBC has excised the opening scene of the new NBC Saturday night drama series “Sisters” because the characters discuss orgasms. The intro to the premiere episode, set to air at 10 p.m. May 11…

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Race To The Top

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The Boston Marathon wasn't the only race in Boston on April 15. The three Boston affiliate stations raced for ratings points, with WCVB-TV and WBZ-TV covering the entire race while WHDH-TV stuck with…

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