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Discussion in 'Platypus Comix' started by Peter Paltridge, Sep 24, 2015.
The channel is literally called "TBD." I've seen it.
some info about "charge": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charge!_(TV_network)
the channel that's currently TBD could possibly become this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light_TV
Nope- TBD's a millennial-focused network. They got the name from WJLA, the ABC station in Washington they own- a few years before Sinclair gobbled them up, they started a local news and events website called TBD.com, and briefly applied the TBD name to WJLA's 24/7 cable spinoff NewsChannel 8. When Sinclair execs were planning this diginet, they realized they still had the rights to the TBD name, and hence applied it here (there's no news- rather, it's inspired by an Irish video aggregation service called The QYOU, which is a partner in TBD).
I just happened to have channel 10 on at midnight and saw they still do a message about "OPB is beginning its broadcast day..." and it does the whole thing about stations, address, etc. If I see it again, do you want me to tape it? I think I can do better...
What time of day does that happen? I might be able to get it myself.
I think about midnight. I just saw it today.
"WARNING: Some of his comics take a jab or two at President Trump."
They likely had to add that because of their Sinclair ownership. (Also, I'm guessing you weren't there when they were taking photos, or did you not want to be seen?)
There are actually no photos of me online, and I want to see how long I can keep that up in this day and age.
If only I were recording everything I saw when I was younger.
There is one photo of me online, but only because someone asked for it. Boy, did he. I am too ugly to be online.
I have a few pics of me online but they haven't traveled very far
I've got a couple photos on social media, but I rarely take photos with me in them.
Anyway, KPTV just got a brand new graphics package (replacing the one they've had for about a decade) and High Velocity V.3 (replacing the old V.2 package). Very nice, slick and stylish. Here's a look: