Under the arrangement, the two separate stations alternated airtime, but use the same channel allocation and transmitter.
The combined KOY-TV and KOOL-TV operation operated as a primary CBS It lost the ABC affiliation when KTVK (channel 3) signed on in February 1955, leaving channel 10 as an exclusive CBS affiliate; as a result, it was now able to feature Autry's show Gene Autry's Melody Ranch on its schedule.
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"He made me get on the ground by the bushes face down with a gun on the back of my head."While he laid there, he said thoughts raced through his head."I said, 'don't kill me. The suspects took his keys, car, ID and cell phone.
His family said they are thankful the suspects didn't take his life."If it wasn't for God, my son could be dead for something as petty as a car.
He's unfortunately one of at least five in Polk County who met the wrong people."I went over there and he met me at the front," Scarlet recalled.
“But now we know they were actually sending out private investigators.
They were tailing other reporters.”Stelter provided more details about these so-called dates on Twitter, writing they occurred “when I was in college & running @TVNewser in the mid-2000s. ) paid a lot of attention to my blog.”“I found out a year later, after she left Fox,” he added. I don't think it was even an ‘effective’ operation.”Effective or not, this story helps to illustrate just how paranoid Fox bigwigs were of criticism directed toward the company and its leadership.
Over the weekend, a report by New York Magazine’s Gabriel Sherman exposed a Nixon-esque operation headed by Ailes that used Fox News funds to finance public relations and surveillance programs against reporters who threatened the embattled former CEO. So I was going out on what I thought were dates.”“These were not dates," he continued.
And on Monday, CNN’s senior media correspondent Brian Stelter admitted when he was a young reporter fresh on the media beat, he dated a Fox News employee until he realized she was actually spying on him.“About 10 years ago I had a crush on a woman at Fox News,” Stelter told CNN’s New Day. "She was actually reporting back to Fox News about me.