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Discussion in 'Season Pass Alerts' started by PopcornGuy, Apr 3, 2009.
I had a feeling that was spam...
Who is he? The guy who was updating this thread?
The post has been deleted. It didn't make any sense and was most likely a spam bot.
All your base are belong to us.
Football is over in February. Peace will reign soon.
Can we reserve posts here for the intended purpose of the thread, please?
The Indianapolis/New England game ran a bit long with 60 Minutes starting about 12 minutes past the hour. A 15 minute pad on the CBS Sunday night programming should do the trick.
The Miami/Oakland game ran a bit long with 60 Minutes starting about 13 minutes past the hour. A 15 minute pad on the CBS Sunday night programming should do the trick.
Chiefs/Seahawks on CBS was delayed by almost 25 minutes.
Not necessarily a 'pad recording' notice, but an 'immediate change of line up' note:
With the Vikings game being moved to Monday night, the Twin Cities area schedule was revised to carry the Steelers/Bengals game on CBS at noon. Normally with the Vikings shown at noon, and CBS being the "double header Sunday" network, the noon CBS game would not be televised in the local area. The DirecTV schedule (can't vouch for other carriers) still showed the 'fill in' programming on CBS (paid programming,etc), but the Steelers/Bengals game is actually airing.
By the way, FOX is airing the Packers/Lions game in place of the Vikings game.
For those interested and who may not know, the Vikings/Giants game was moved to Monday night with coverage beginning at 7:00 EST/6:00 CST and will air in those viewing areas on FOX. House and Lie to Me on 12/13 were repeats, so I'm not sure if they will air late night Monday/early Tuesday in the NY and MN viewing areas, or if they just won't air at all. Areas outside of the Vikings and Giants viewing areas should see no schedule change.
CBS Football coverage in the Twin Cities (and probably elsewhere) ran long again by about 26 minutes. A half-hour pad for The Amazing Race FINALE and other CBS Sunday night shows should be enough. This would not be the week to miss the end of TAR!
I can confirm that for Cleveland, 25-26 minutes late. I think MIA/NYJ was their last game.
Steelers/Jets game ran 18 minutes long 12/19. A half hour pad for Survivor should be plenty to catch everything. And don't forget the reuinion show follows the finale.
Denver/Oakland watchers (if any in non west coast-Mountain areas), 35 minutes of padding will be required.
Perhaps a little more in case the live Survivor Reunion show goes long like it usually does, couple minutes at the most.
NCAA basketball ran late on CBS. Pad at least 20 minutes.
NCAA Basketball (and the obligatory blah, blah, blah afterwards followed by the multitude of commercials) wrapped up about 17 minutes after the hour. An 18-20 minute pad is required.
Personally, given the fact that the delay hit just over 15 minutes, I'm going the manual recording route to minimize wasted space by having to set a 30 minute pad to assure getting everything. Saves about 17 minutes on the front end and 13 more on the back end.
I'm told that American Idol ran long tonight by 2-3 minutes, so pad Bones to get the end.
Coverage of the Masters Tournament on CBS ran long tonight, with 60 Minutes beginning at 12 minutes past the hour. A 15 minute pad for The Amazing Race, Undercover Boss, and/or CSI:Miami would be in order.
This thread is helping to convince me to cut the cable and just watch whatever Netflix & Hulu offer. I'm almost as fed up with schedule changes as I am with commercials on live TV. Well I guess I have simple solutions to both problems.
FOX41 is preempting Glee for severe weather coverage. They don't have an ETA on when it might be re-airing yet.
Maybe they have to wait until the power comes back up.