Tuesday's Bits and Pieces for 10/28/08
Tonight's WKYC Evening Programming Schedule:
6:00 PM: Channel 3 News at 6 PM
6:30 PM: NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams
7:00 PM: Channel 3 News at 7 PM
7:30 PM: Entertainment Tonight
8:00 PM: Biggest Loser: Families
10:00 PM: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
11:00 PM: Channel 3 News at 11 PM
11:35 PM: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Happy Annivesary Golden Opportunities
The last major sweeps period of the analog era of television begins this Thursday, October 30th. For the next four weeks expect to see all those "special" reports that make sweeps so fun.
Here is a preview of the first one we'll be airing on WKYC. Channel 3 News' Tom Meyer, "The Investigator,"reveals a new high that's popular with teens, one that's legal, but very dangerous. Here's the promo for Tom's story which airs Thursday October 30th at 11pm on Channel 3 News.
No February Sweeps in 2009
Speaking of ratings, Nielsen will be throwing out the February sweeps period in 2009 as a result of the transition to digital broadcasting. Instead, the book will run March 5th through April 1st giving local stations the opportunity to get viewer's problems worked out before then.
Obama On WKYC Wednesday
NBC and WKYC will air a special 1/2 hour paid political segment bought and paid for by Barack Obama tomorrow night at 8 PM. The same show will also air on FOX and CBS, although the campaign pulled out of its airing on ABC, which will instead air "Pushing Daisies."
Labels: bits and pieces for 10/28/08