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FCC License Stand Sticks

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The Federal Communications Commission has upheld a staff decision ordering the license revocation of KQEC-TV San Francisco. However, sister stations KQED-TV and KQED-FM may continue to operate as a…

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Bolaris Missile? Hardly.

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First ratings for “Timeout With John Bolaris,” WCAU-TV’s new program covering the entertainment scene, provided little cause for jubilation. The preview on Dec. 22 drew a third-place 3/5 in both…

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Ins And Outs

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Former news anchor Bob Jimenez is ankling KRON-TV after station switched him to reporting last fall. Though local Hispanic groups have protested the Jimenez reassignment, KRON says it couldn’t “reach…

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Jensen Anchored Again

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Jim Jensen will anchor “Channel 2 News At Six” beginning Feb. 4. Since losing his previous anchor job due to substance abuse, Jensen has acted as a reporter and served as co-anchor of “Sunday Edition”…

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Turner Title Wave

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Bill Grumbles Jr., Paul D. Beckham, Randy L. Booth and William M. Shaw all have been handed new titles and responsiblities at Turner Broadcasting System in what exec v.p. Terry McGuirk describes as…

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All American In Harmony

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All American Television has reached an agreement with longform producer Harmony Gold to distribute all of Harmony Gold’s product in the U.S. and Canada. The deal follows retrenchment by Harmony Gold…

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Sun-ny Sets

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After being with the station since it was formed in 1979, WXKS-FM (KISS-108) program director and on-air personality Sunny Joe White has been shown the door. His contract, which ended in December…

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