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Date Posted: 08:54:59 07/07/15 Tue
Author: WTK
Subject: Re: Delaying and/or pre-empting soap operas in Pittsburgh
In reply to: Joseph P. 's message, "Delaying and/or pre-empting soap operas in Pittsburgh" on 13:18:25 07/06/15 Mon

I'm not even sure why I remember this, but in the 1950s KDKA-TV didn't clear "Love of Life" or "As the World Turns." I think the former aired at noon, which would have conflicted with noon news. Fans had to watch them on WSTV-TV.

In the 1960s WTAE-TV was notorious for not clearing a lot of network programming in favor of stuff they could sell themselves, including the second season of "Shindig" again to Channel 9's benefit after it became a dual CBS-ABC affiliate.

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