Saturday, May 20, 2017

Commentary on a silly question for an interview, an advertisement that sounded very deceptive, and a national TV programming service

  • I thought one of the questions for one of the interviews for the local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. on the Wednesday of the tenth day of this May ("WKRG News 5 at 10") was very silly and unnecessary, specifically the one it had for a report about a person being chased by something that its conductor (Debbie Williams) said was an "alligator" (this is what she said that I thought was very silly and unnecessary: "Did you hear the music in the back of your head--the" (I had presumed she was recalling a certain tune used in a movie named "Jaws" )).
  • Some of the local news programs for the local news operation at WKRG-TV that appeared on their main broadcast channel on the Friday of the nineteenth day of this May had an advertisement that sounded very deceptive about a report set to appear on one of those programs ("WKRG News 5 at 5 [p.m.]") on the Monday of the twenty-second day of this May (its presenter (a news reporter named Joseph Blake (J. B.) Biunno) had paused between some of the words he had used to promote this report ("For the first time at WKRG: A three hundred and sixty degree report on television...from the motorcycle of a daredevil" (the pause was between the words "television" and "from"))). 
  • I had noticed several reports on the World Wide Web site Twitter about a satellite TV company named Dish Network having programming for a national TV programming service named BUZZR added to their satellite TV system earlier this calendar week before checking with their official World Wide Web site to confirm whether these reports was true or not since I was not one of their customers or anywhere near a TV set connected to the system. I was able to do so upon visiting their site and seeing the name for the service listed among the programming services for which they were an affiliate (I still hope someone local starts broadcasting programming from BUZZR on a regular basis soon; it would be something I would want to watch on a frequent basis if I were able to do so, whether it be through a local TV station or through a satellite TV system like the one for Dish Network).

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