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Discussion in 'Season Pass Alerts' started by PopcornGuy, Apr 3, 2009.
East Coast CBS Madam Secretary starting at 8:56PM.
looks like CBS had to cut a show due to PIT/SEA running way over.
Madam Sec. 9:01/8:01c
Good Wife 10:01/9:01c
CSI Cyber Preempted ET/CT repeat MT/PT
Checking the Facebook LINK that I posted 2 weeks ago is MUCH easier than watching for the announcement on the bottom of the 60 Minutes screen.
If you had a late game, it ran late. CSI Cyber is scrubbed. 60 Minutes, Madam Secretary, and good Wife delayed 31 minutes. 60 Minutes began 8:01 pm ET.
Oops: Title s/b CBS Sports Delay
Pre-empted CSI:Cyber is being rescheduled on Sunday 12-13-15.
As always, check your ToDo list to make sure it gets recorded.
President Obama will speak from the Oval Office Sunday, Dec. 6 at 8 PM ET. This will undoubtedly disrupt schedules on the major broadcast networks. If the guide doesn't catch up, you'll need to pad.
wonder how FOX will handle the speech if either the PHIL/NE or CAR/NO NFL games are still in progress at 8pm does Obama delay his speech or does FOX use FS1 for football
It's Fox. It's Obama.
They stick with football.
But seriously: they probably do stick with football and air the President on Fox News.
I don't think the 4:25 games go past 8:00 that often, though.
I think the White House chose 8 p.m. because the Sunday Night Football game on NBC starts at 8:30.
Don't the networks have to give others time to speak too? Unless the president is only going to talk for 10 minutes, I don't see how the whole show will be done by 8:30...
This isn't a state of the Union address, so there's no rebuttal.
I think he means network talking heads. Telling us what the President just told us.
Not "have to" in the sense of "required to," but "have to" in the sense of "they just can't help it."
Obama isn't (can't) run for another term, There aren't any equal time requirements.
I'd pad, unless a schedule change allocates 30 minutes. The speech could run a few minutes over and the networks might spend a few minutes getting comments from other politicians, "experts" or network employees.
No, there are no "equal time" concerns. It isn't a political speech from a candidate.
My TiVo made a connection about 20 minutes ago and it's still showing that the Simpsons will record at 8 pm which it is certainly not. I'm not sure what Fox will do.
Tivo uses the same guide as is available on the web as ZapToIt (but Tivo is at least a little delayed. ZapToIt doesn't know the Pres is talking on any (every?) channel so "no joy." Pad and pray. Probably excessive, but I'm padding an hour and I'll read a summary of the Pres tomorrow.
So Simpsons was delayed 16 minutes, but is airing entire episode.
All times EST--East Coast network feeds.
Fox started Simpsons 15 minutes, 8 seconds late, I presume entire evening bumped by that much.
ABC started Once Upon A Time 16 minutes, 14 seconds late, I presume entire evening bumped by that much.
CBS just incorporated the speech into that 2 hour 60 Minutes which started on time at 7PM. Not sure if they'll run all of it they originally intended to and end around 9:15 instead of 9 or not, guess we'll find out in about 35 minutes.
NBC and football seem to have stayed with 8:20PM start time.
Looks like 60 Minutes dumped something and the Sinatra thing starts on time at 9
it seems to me that the networks always delay things when the president speaks..is that always the case?