radioinsight.com
Antenna TV Winter Schedule - RadioInsight Community
RadioInsight Community › Forums › Midwest › Cleveland › Antenna TV Winter Schedule The login box issue should be resolved. If you are still having issues you can still use the alternate link, but please inform us so we can investigate. This topic contains 35 replies, has 9 voices, and was last updated by michael p 11 months ago. Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 36 total) 1 2 3 → Author Posts November 16, 2017 at 2:08 pm #178359 skiwestParticipant Here is the new schedule for Antenna TV (channel 8.2) starting in January: http://antennatv.tv/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Antenna_TV_1stQ_2018.pdf November 16, 2017 at 4:03 pm #178365 jawbreakerParticipant Thanks for this, skiwest. Boy, there’s been a lot of BAD television over the years. Bad. Where’s “WKRP”? I never see those re-runs anywhere. Here’s a question for somebody, anybody .. millennials drive me crazy how 30 year old men sit and watch cartoons for hours. And I think “Where are my cartoons? Why don’t they show those anymore?” I can’t find Bugs Bunny or Foghorn Leghorn or Road Runner anywhere. If anybody knows where that safe full of fun is, lemme know. What shows do you guys watch off of that schedule? I’d watch “Soap”. And maybe 30 seconds of “Three’s Company” just to see if it was one of those episodes where they made the girls go without bras. But that’s about it. November 16, 2017 at 4:19 pm #178368 skiwestParticipant I’m glad they are giving some of the Norman Lear shows a rest. All in the Family, Jeffersons, Sanford and Son, etc. have been on for a long, long time. Maybe I will watch Coach if I can stay awake until 11:00 pm. I won’t be able to watch Alice during the week because I am at work, but I can watch on Sunday night (Kiss my grits!). November 16, 2017 at 4:30 pm #178370 RayParticipant I got to meet Diana Canova once. She was on “Soap” at the time. She was actually funnier in person than she was on the show. But hey, that was the writers. November 16, 2017 at 4:47 pm #178372 John BasallaParticipant The Norman Lear shows have not aged well (imho). Antenna TV still has the annoying loud-mouth “Maude”, and couple that with the lame “Welcome Back, Kotter” , and you’ve got two of my personal most disliked shows ever. This schedule generally reminds me to avoid Antenna TV, except for “Burns and Allen” and an occasional look at Jack Benny (although they seem to not have too many episodes), and one or two others. I do not like how they crop the ending credits and start the next show at the same time. I don’t even remember some things, like “My Two Dads”, which I ran across one time while channel surfing, and quickly found it to be no good. Bugs Bunny, Foghorn Leghorn and The Road Runner are all Warner Brothers cartoons. “The Son of Ghoul” (Saturday evening from 8pm-10pm on channel 16, the station that has RetroTV) very occasionally will show Warner Brothers cartoons that are in public domain when the movie comes up short. He also uses some Van Buren (sp) cartoons from the 1930s, and others that he/they don’t have to pay for. November 16, 2017 at 4:50 pm #178373 michael pParticipant jawbreaker wrote: Here’s a question for somebody, anybody .. millennials drive me crazy how 30 year old men sit and watch cartoons for hours. And I think “Where are my cartoons? Why don’t they show those anymore?” I can’t find Bugs Bunny or Foghorn Leghorn or Road Runner anywhere. If anybody knows where that safe full of fun is, lemme know. You can’t find them because they are not “PC”. There is enough sexist/racist/whatever else references to melt every “snowflake” on the planet. The powers that be would never allow that to happen, they’d lose their voter base. November 16, 2017 at 5:06 pm #178374 RayParticipant michael p wrote: jawbreaker wrote: Here’s a question for somebody, anybody .. millennials drive me crazy how 30 year old men sit and watch cartoons for hours. And I think “Where are my cartoons? Why don’t they show those anymore?” I can’t find Bugs Bunny or Foghorn Leghorn or Road Runner anywhere. If anybody knows where that safe full of fun is, lemme know. You can’t find them because they are not “PC”. There is enough sexist/racist/whatever else references to melt every “snowflake” on the planet. The powers that be would never allow that to happen, they’d lose their voter base. QuoteMelt every snowflake, whatta world we live in November 16, 2017 at 5:17 pm #178376 RayParticipant I don’t think I’ve ever even met one person that committed sexual assault, or murder, or any other heinous crime that grew up watching Warner Bro’s cartoons or the Little Rascals. Maybe we SHOULD start showing them again. And while we’re at it, show Rocky and Bullwinkle, too. That was great satire during the coldest part of the Cold War. But us kids ate it up. Wylie Coyote taught me never to buy anything from that ACME company. November 16, 2017 at 7:12 pm #178378 skiwestParticipant John Basalla wrote: The Norman Lear shows have not aged well (imho). I agree. I can’t watch more than a few seconds of All in the Family because the voices are so annoying, especially Archie and Edith. November 16, 2017 at 7:31 pm #178379 jawbreakerParticipant michael p wrote: here is enough sexist/racist/whatever else references to melt every “snowflake” on the planet. The powers that be would never allow that to happen, they’d lose their voter base. Quote It escapes me, this mindset. Escapes me. And now .. I just assume it is some troll in Russia that is paid by Putin to post these things. Anything that causes rancor and anger and division and hate. Those emotions have been weaponized and used against us .. delivered not by missile but by The Internet. The deeper and deeper I think about it .. the more I actually believe The Internet is evil .. as in “Satan” evil. When I see comments like this .. and a million others across the web .. I think: There’s never been a better delivery system for hate in the history of mankind. How is that not the crowning achievement of pure evil? November 16, 2017 at 9:32 pm #178386 RayParticipant Jawbreaker…… My niece asked me for advice about her kids who are nearing teenage years. I told her not to ever give them a smartphone. Monitoring kids use of the internet is impossible enough as it is. But letting them be hooked up 24/7 is a losing proposition. Old school flip-phones that let them text and make calls are good enough. If they want to have something better let them buy it themselves. Which means getting a job. Which means not as much time to be exposed to what goes on there that they are not yet equipped to handle. Social media is what kids live on anymore. In and of itself, it’s not the internet that is evil. But I agree 100% that it is the most efficient delivery system of spreading evil ever known to man. Dilly-Dilly. (What the heck does that mean, anyway?) November 16, 2017 at 9:57 pm #178387 vjm1Participant Ray wrote: Dilly-Dilly. (What the heck does that mean, anyway?) Quote Nothing…it’s a made up term that the Bud Light commercial writers invented to try to sound all medieval and Game of Thrones-ish, and it’s become a thing now. November 16, 2017 at 11:13 pm #178391 jawbreakerParticipant Ray .. I even think about this deeper. If I was to devise a system to destroy artists … the results of the Internet cannot be denied for it’s effectiveness. From Napster to bit torrents, if you want to deliver crippling damage to people who create art, this is the way you would do it. Recording artists, movie makers, broadcast radio personalities .. anyone who would have 90% ratio of exactly the opposite opinion of michael p and the rest of the tin foil hat brigade .. this is the way you would hurt them. Make it so it is not financially desirable to spread nasty attitudes like “All You Need is Love”. You couldn’t design something any better to devalue artists in the modern age. It is the mainline source of : Lies. Half-truths. Rumors. Innuendo and discord. It is the hyper-accurate system that delivers hate to right where you live. And the kids .. they just love it. If I was Satan .. that’s what I would design. That’s how I’d do it. November 17, 2017 at 8:57 am #178396 John BasallaParticipant skiwest wrote: I agree. I can’t watch more than a few seconds of All in the Family because the voices are so annoying, especially Archie and Edith. The constant arguing and yelling at each other wears my ears out on “All In The Family” and “Maude”. That, and the leftist propaganda machine that Norman Lear’s programs often were is eye-rolling in its obviousness. Then, add to that uninspired video tape shooting. On the other side of the ledger, I recall ” Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman” being quite cleverly written. November 17, 2017 at 5:14 pm #178437 RayParticipant Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman was truly ahead of it’s time. (Or so I was told.) My Mom and her sisters and her in-laws (my Dad’s sisters) all stayed up after the news and abandonded Johnny Carson to watch it. I never got to see a single episode because I wasn’t living in a market that carried it at the time. But boy, did my older female relatives love to discuss it when I was back here in my old Ohio home. From what I caught from their conversations was it dealt with subjects not commonly addressed on TV, like many Norman Lear shows did. But did it in a different fashion than the “in your face” style of All in the Family, or Maude, etc. It’s probably so dated by now. Is it worth buying or renting to see the run of the show? Author Posts Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 36 total) 1 2 3 → You must be logged in to reply to this topic. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInPinterestPrintEmailMorePocketGoogleTumblrReddit