Thought i'd go into something completely different..Since WJW-TV 8 has only one Digital channel currently, I thought it would be fun to "suggest" a second digital channel-A Classic TV 8 Channel, that would be used for some live simulcasts and relays of Fox 8 News, as well as "Classic" shows from the WJW-TV archives, even something different than the normal...Actual movies and syndicated/CBS originals from the bygone days of channel 8..Show the Big Chuck/Lil John DVD's as specials, etc..
Note:All speculative, I fully realize you have rights issues that may keep anything close to this from happening, but this is all purely for fun..
5AM Fox 8 Morning News (Live simulcast)
10AM Robin Swoboda (Live Simulcast)
1PM Fox 8 News at Noon (Tape Delay)
2PM Adventure Road Classics=At least 2-3 times a week depending on what's out there-Maybe an Hour drama from the 60's the other 2-3 days
5PM Robin Swoboda (repeat)
6PM Hawaiian Eye/77 Sunset Strip/Surfside 6
7PM Fox 8 News at 6 Tape Delay
8PM PM Magazine Classics
8:30 Leave It To Beaver/Beverly Hillbillies. etc..
9PM NewsCenter 8/City Camera Classics-complete newscasts..Any they can find from as far back as possible..
10PM One Tank Trip Classics
10:30 Just The Skits
11PM Fox 8 News at 10 (Tape Delay)
Midnight-3AM Monday-Thurs.-Repeat 8-11
3-5AM Monday-Thursday Movie
Midnight Big Chuck Lil John Classics-Chuck and John host new show, only with the movies THEY want to show and the classic skits..Hoolihan needs to make appearances on this.
2-5AM Repeat 8-11 (Friday Only)
9AM Looney Tunes
10AM Woodrow (1997 Revival)
11AM Just The Skits
11:30 One Tank Trip Classics
1PM Marshal Dillon
1:30 Green Acres
2PM Beverly Hillbillies
2:30 Petticoat Junction
5PM Marcus Welby
6PM NewsCenter8/City Camera Classics
7PM Fox 8 News
8PM Cinema 8 Weekend
10PM Fox 8 News
11PM Warner Brothers Dramas (Sunset Strip, Hawaiian Eye, etc)
1AM Have Gun Will Travel
1:30 Wanted Dead or Alive
Also special programs over the years..
Any CBS/Syndicated show originally ran on TV 8..
I know the idea is out there..Doubt there'd be enough of some shows to do a full series..