Friday, December 16, 2016

News for Thursday, December 15th, 2016

  • According to some messages and videos on the official Facebook page for WEAR-TV and a section of the official World Wide Web site for WEAR-TV, they were set to hold a public discussion about the state of Florida last Wednesday on the seventh day of this December (under the name "Your Voice Your Future: Florida, Florida, Florida") while their companion station (WFGX-TV) was set to broadcast it live (the aforementioned videos had the person set to moderate this type of discussion (a commentator for the holding company of WEAR-TV and WFGX-TV named Mark Hyman)).
  • One of the breaks for the local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WPMI-TV during the hours of 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. this Thursday ("Local 15 Today") had a video of a person saying he or she was wishing a happy Christmas season "on behalf " of a radio station based in the city of Mobile in southwest Alabama that usually had their programming feed simulcast on the broadcast frequency of another radio station based in Mobile on Saturday and Sunday in recent times without ever mentioning of the name of the other station, even though he or she had mentioned the broadcast frequency of that station in the video (the name of the station mentioned in the video was WGOK-AM; the name of the station with which their programming feed was usually shared on Saturday and Sunday in recent times was WXQW-AM; as for their broadcast frequencies, the one for WGOK-AM was 900 kilocycles while the one for WXQW-AM was 660 kilocycles). 
  • Some members of the local news operation at WKRG-TV (Bill Riales (a news presenter), Jessica Taloney (a news presenter), and John Nodar (a weather reporter) appeared to be expressing their own personal opinions about a report of a misspelled version of the word "stop" ("STPO") being painted on a street in the city of Encino in the state of California in the edition of the local news program that appeared on their main broadcast channel between the second half of the hour of 4:00 a.m. and the beginning of the hour of 7:00 a.m. this Thursday ("WKRG News 5 This Morning") (the one named Bill Riales said, "What makes it even worse is that it was painted next to a stop sign" before saying the spelling was done on purpose; the one named John Nodar said, "Saint Po: the patron saint of rolling stops"; the one named Jessica Taloney said, "What makes it worse is morning news shows all across the country are talking about it" (note: this was not the only time on the same edition of the program in which at one of these members appeared to be expressing his or her personal opinions about a news report)).

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