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The addition of Checkol is WISN's latest retooling of its weekend morning newscast.
But collectively, the evening newscasts still draw more than 20 million viewers each weeknight.
Well, HBO’s Vice News Tonight, a distinct alternative in format and substance to the more-similar-than-not evening newscasts on ABC, NBC and CBS, provided a cautionary note last evening.
Checkol, who had been a morning reporter/anchor at WISC-TV in Madison, also will be a reporter during weekday newscasts.
Lardner had a master's degree from what is now the college of engineering at Northern Illinois and had taught and coached at some suburban schools when a Chicago newscast segment played for yucks enraged her.
Ratings for Juliette on Saturday night were topped only by those for Hockey Night in Canada and national TV newscasts.
But this Sunday, like a breaking newscast in the middle of a tight game, in came politics: on the sideline and in the locker room and pretty much everywhere else.
And under the law, the FCC does not have the authority to revoke a license of a broadcast station based on the content of a particular newscast.
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Origin and Etymology of newscast
First Known Use: circa 1934See Words from the same year
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