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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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Rereg Postponed

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The FCC has postponed until June its much-anticipated vote on rules that could allow cities greater authority to regulating cable tv rates on the basic tier. The FCC was expected to vote May 9 on…

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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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Musical Chairs

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Newscaster Randy Price, who has anchored WBZ’ early a.m. news since joining the station nine years ago, moves into primetime as anchor on “The 7:30 Report.” Price is being replaced by David Wittman…

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A Giant Move

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Onetime co-producer of New York Giants games for WNEW-AM New York, Mary Ellen Kowalski, has been pacted to producer’s Larry Morrow’s morning-drive stint at WQAL-FM. The station also announced the…

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Ball In Cable Court

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The prexy of one of the cable industry’s top 10 multiple system cable operators, Brian L. Roberts of Comcast Corp., took the unusual step April 29 of publicly protesting a report that all locally…

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A&E Skeds Originals

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A&E unveiled its fall schedule, which sports an increase in original productions – 61% of primetime programming compared to last season’s 52%. New programs include: “Sherlock Holmes Mysteries,” an…

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Uni Vision

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500 YEARS OF HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT, 1492-1992 Produced, in both Spanish-and English-language versions by CEL Communications Inc. (212/451-5000) in association with Charles Grinker Prods. as one-minute…

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