And 1970s American comedy which was pulled by one station half way through and some others on the west coast saw it on the east coast feed and pulled it at the last minute
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Another American one, not a channel as such but the closure of the WB Network, which was very nicely done
Here's a nice ending for WMGM when NBC pulled its affiliation at the end of 2014. The station itself stayed on air, but ended local programming and relaying a black-orientated network called Soul of The South for a while.
Got to feel sorry for the award winning VT editor, lauded at the end just as he presumably loses his job
It was nothing to do with TVS. It was all film, which hampered the fire fighters as a lot were burning in their cans so had to be opened and put out first.
According to the head of Kaleidoscope Pinedene's archive was mostly duplicates and their holdings had been checked numerous times and are sure there was nothing there that is missing. Though episodes of Dr Who and The Likely Lads were found there years ago. They ceased trading in 2012
Absolutely hate it. The music is just TERRIBLE. What has a gospel choir singing Gorillaz got to do with Christmas? Also, I don't get the theme at all, nothing seems to link them. Only thing I like is the animation of ●ne into one. 1/10.
This may have been posted before, in the 95 pages of this thread. The "Richard Littlejohn Live & Uncut" clip from LWT, where some unsuitable content (!) is switched to air - not knowing whether LWT's Pres Desk was mostly hard-wired sources, or whether VTs and studios were assigned to the desk as Outside Sources, I don't know quite how this would have happened.
My assumption, having seen the clip few times (and I saw it happen live) was that someone, most likely in LWT's MCR had the other channel, RTL, on the router for 'monitoring purposes' and it got accidently got routed to the OS line