Features

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Commuter 'Express'

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Radio station WZFM, serving the Westchester and Rockland county communities (in addition to areas of New York City, Long Island, New Jersey and Connecticut) will change its call letters to WXPS-FM…

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QVC Withdraws

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QVC Network Inc. has broken off negotiations with JCPenney Co. and withdrawn its March 16 offer to acquire cable affiliation agreements from the JCPenney Television Shopping Channel, according to…

Marketplace

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NATPE Net Set

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The Agency, a station services firm, has finalized a deal with the National Assn. of Television Program Executives to take over management of the 14-month-old NATPE Net computer service May 1. Under…

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Windy Wonder

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ABC Radio Network's Paul Harvey has been awarded the 1991 Golden Windy Award by the Radio Broadcasters of Chicago. Harvey, reportedly the highest-paid radio personality in the U.S. (his newscasts…

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Ratings Dunnit

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“Mother Love” didn't last long on WNYW-TV. The 11:30 p.m. talkshow, which bowed April 15, was pulled after only four shows because of poor ratings. “All In The Family” reruns have moved in to fill…

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Healthy 'Stat'

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Week 31, ended April 21, is this year's version of the former springtime “dark week,” the 10-day lull between season's end and the start of the May sweeps (on April 24). ABC won the week, edging NBC…

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Compulsory Behavior

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Rep. John Bryant (D-Texas) last week introduced legislation that would take away a cable operator advantage: the compulsory license that allows operators to carry broadcast signals for a single, flat…

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100 Years Of Practice

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WNET is devoting a sizable block of programming to the Carnegie Hall centennial. The festivities begin May 3 with the docu “Carnegie Hall At 100: A Place Of Dreams.” On May 5, the station broadcasts…

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