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Tribune Media’s Antenna TV, the multicast digital channel devoted to vintage television shows, will run full-length episodes of “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” nightly at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT starting Jan. 1.
Antenna TV has struck a multi-year deal with Carson Entertainment Group to license hundreds of hours of the NBC late-night institution. Antenna will run episodes that aired from 1972 through the end of Carson’s 30-year reign in in 1992. Because NBC owns the rights to “The Tonight Show” moniker, Antenna TV’s episodes will be billed simply as “Johnny Carson.”
“This is not a clip show. This is full episodes of Johnny Carson, the man that everyone in late-night agrees was the greatest host of all time, airing in real time as he did back in the day,” Sean Compton, Tribune’s president of strategic programming and acquisitions, told Variety. “Tuning in to ‘The Tonight Show’ is like taking a walk down Main Street in Disneyland. The minute you step in there, you feel good and you know it’s a place you want to stay. We cannot wait to bring this show to fans who remember Carson and to a new generation of viewers who have never had the chance to see Johnny in his prime.”Tribune Media’s Antenna TV, the multicast digital channel devoted to vintage television shows, will run full-length episodes of “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” nightly at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT starting Jan. 1.
Antenna TV has struck a multi-year deal with Carson Entertainment Group to license hundreds of hours of the NBC late-night institution. Antenna will run episodes that aired from 1972 through the end of Carson’s 30-year reign in in 1992. Because NBC owns the rights to “The Tonight Show” moniker, Antenna TV’s episodes will be billed simply as “Johnny Carson.”
“This is not a clip show. This is full episodes of Johnny Carson, the man that everyone in late-night agrees was the greatest host of all time, airing in real time as he did back in the day,” Sean Compton, Tribune’s president of strategic programming and acquisitions, told Variety. “Tuning in to ‘The Tonight Show’ is like taking a walk down Main Street in Disneyland. The minute you step in there, you feel good and you know it’s a place you want to stay. We cannot wait to bring this show to fans who remember Carson and to a new generation of viewers who have never had the chance to see Johnny in his prime.”
Tribune Media’s Antenna TV, the multicast digital channel devoted to vintage television shows, will run full-length episodes of “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” nightly at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT starting Jan. 1.
Antenna TV has struck a multi-year deal with Carson Entertainment Group to license hundreds of hours of the NBC late-night institution. Antenna will run episodes that aired from 1972 through the end of Carson’s 30-year reign in in 1992. Because NBC owns the rights to “The Tonight Show” moniker, Antenna TV’s episodes will be billed simply as “Johnny Carson.”
“This is not a clip show. This is full episodes of Johnny Carson, the man that everyone in late-night agrees was the greatest host of all time, airing in real time as he did back in the day,” Sean Compton, Tribune’s president of strategic programming and acquisitions, told Variety. “Tuning in to ‘The Tonight Show’ is like taking a walk down Main Street in Disneyland. The minute you step in there, you feel good and you know it’s a place you want to stay. We cannot wait to bring this show to fans who remember Carson and to a new generation of viewers who have never had the chance to see Johnny in his primeThe 1972-1992 episodes have been digitized and meticulously transcribed and catalogued. The master tapes are buried 600 feet below the earth in a salt mine in Hutchinson, Kan. There are multiple digital copies housed in safe locations as well, according to Sotzing..”http://variety.com/2015/tv/news/john...tv-1201568250/
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.....“Tuning in to ‘The Tonight Show’ is like taking a walk down Main Street in Disneyland. The minute you step in there, you feel good and you know it’s a place you want to stay. We cannot wait to bring this show to fans who remember Carson and to a new generation of viewers who have never had the chance to see Johnny in his prime....
JC was my favorite talkshow host as he was for many people...i'd like to see those old shows again...it'd be a nice walk down memory lane
Unfortunately Antenna TV isn't in my area.

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I know in the past (sometimes) TV stations and smaller networks would get a multi-generation dub and it would look bad like ¾ Umatic tape even though the first gen tape was a lot higher quality format.
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I do understand that, and it's probably why something like Hogans Heroes looked so bad in syndication even though it was originally shot in glorious 35mm but the remastered DVD set looks almost HD. AitF on the other hand looks rather poor even on the official DVD set which I'd think would have been taken from the original or similar quality prints. No I think it goes back to the source with AitF, fine by 70s standards but really lacking on a 50"+ 1080p flat screen. Don't get me wrong, it's still fun to watch and I don't regret the purchase but unlike HH the picture quality is not a plus whatsoever.
Maybe it wasn't or maybe it was shot on a crap format while using crappy video cameras. Does Three’s Company” or Married with Children” ring a bell? But sometimes even if they used a better format they can’t go back and re-master. Sometimes the original may be lost or damaged beyond repair. Sometimes it would just cost too much to re-master from the original. I have some 1980s DVD concerts that were shot for TV using 4:3 ratio 16 mm film and I know that these DVDs were not re-mastered from the original 16mm film but most likely were re-mastered from the original 1980s re-master NTSC tape. I don’t know if the original 16 mm films were lost or damaged. Maybe not, maybe it would just cost too much for the return they are getting from DVD sales.

On another note I just watched the movie “The Road Builder” on TCM and this copy of the movie was mastered in 4:3 and it looked like ¾ umatic. On TCM!
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What new shows look good for the fall season?
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What new shows look good for the fall season?
These are on my list (which may end up being trimmed radically after the premiere episodes air):
  • Minority Report
  • Blindspot
  • The Muppets
  • Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris (seen first episode; undecided)
  • Limitless
  • Rosewood
  • Heroes Reborn
  • The Player
  • Quantico (quite possibly first one I'll drop from my schedule)
  • Supergirl


I also have some returning shows on my list:
  • Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • The Flash
  • Doctor Who
  • CSI: Cyber
  • The Librarians

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These are on my list (which may end up being trimmed radically after the premiere episodes air):
  • Minority Report
  • Blindspot
  • The Muppets
  • Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris (seen first episode; undecided)
  • Limitless
  • Rosewood
  • Heroes Reborn
  • The Player
  • Quantico (quite possibly first one I'll drop from my schedule)
  • Supergirl
Nice list. I'm going to start out with Minority Report, Blindspot, Limitless and Rosewood. I'll try to remember Supergirl in late October. I'm not sure about Quantico. I'm burned out on the NCIS/CSI/SUV type shows so that one will have to be different somehow for me to be interested. I like NPH but I'll pass on Best Time Ever. I don't care for reality tv or game shows.
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With 2 TiVo's, 8 tuners and a TiVo server with a huge amount of storage for collecting recordings, I record everything that looks remotely interesting. Will end up deleting half of them.

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Tribune Media’s Antenna TV, the multicast digital channel devoted to vintage television shows, will run full-length episodes of “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” nightly at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT starting Jan. 1.
Antenna TV has struck a multi-year deal with Carson Entertainment Group to license hundreds of hours of the NBC late-night institution. Antenna will run episodes that aired from 1972 through the end of Carson’s 30-year reign in in 1992. Because NBC owns the rights to “The Tonight Show” moniker, Antenna TV’s episodes will be billed simply as “Johnny Carson.”
“This is not a clip show. This is full episodes of Johnny Carson, the man that everyone in late-night agrees was the greatest host of all time, airing in real time as he did back in the day,” Sean Compton, Tribune’s president of strategic programming and acquisitions, told Variety. “Tuning in to ‘The Tonight Show’ is like taking a walk down Main Street in Disneyland. The minute you step in there, you feel good and you know it’s a place you want to stay. We cannot wait to bring this show to fans who remember Carson and to a new generation of viewers who have never had the chance to see Johnny in his prime.”Tribune Media’s Antenna TV, the multicast digital channel devoted to vintage television shows, will run full-length episodes of “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” nightly at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT starting Jan. 1.
Antenna TV has struck a multi-year deal with Carson Entertainment Group to license hundreds of hours of the NBC late-night institution. Antenna will run episodes that aired from 1972 through the end of Carson’s 30-year reign in in 1992. Because NBC owns the rights to “The Tonight Show” moniker, Antenna TV’s episodes will be billed simply as “Johnny Carson.”
“This is not a clip show. This is full episodes of Johnny Carson, the man that everyone in late-night agrees was the greatest host of all time, airing in real time as he did back in the day,” Sean Compton, Tribune’s president of strategic programming and acquisitions, told Variety. “Tuning in to ‘The Tonight Show’ is like taking a walk down Main Street in Disneyland. The minute you step in there, you feel good and you know it’s a place you want to stay. We cannot wait to bring this show to fans who remember Carson and to a new generation of viewers who have never had the chance to see Johnny in his prime.”
Tribune Media’s Antenna TV, the multicast digital channel devoted to vintage television shows, will run full-length episodes of “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” nightly at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT starting Jan. 1.
Antenna TV has struck a multi-year deal with Carson Entertainment Group to license hundreds of hours of the NBC late-night institution. Antenna will run episodes that aired from 1972 through the end of Carson’s 30-year reign in in 1992. Because NBC owns the rights to “The Tonight Show” moniker, Antenna TV’s episodes will be billed simply as “Johnny Carson.”
“This is not a clip show. This is full episodes of Johnny Carson, the man that everyone in late-night agrees was the greatest host of all time, airing in real time as he did back in the day,” Sean Compton, Tribune’s president of strategic programming and acquisitions, told Variety. “Tuning in to ‘The Tonight Show’ is like taking a walk down Main Street in Disneyland. The minute you step in there, you feel good and you know it’s a place you want to stay. We cannot wait to bring this show to fans who remember Carson and to a new generation of viewers who have never had the chance to see Johnny in his primeThe 1972-1992 episodes have been digitized and meticulously transcribed and catalogued. The master tapes are buried 600 feet below the earth in a salt mine in Hutchinson, Kan. There are multiple digital copies housed in safe locations as well, according to Sotzing..”http://variety.com/2015/tv/news/john...tv-1201568250/
I've always loved the Turner Classic Movies fillers (about 15-20 minutes) of Carson with a guest. With "Carson" going OTA on Antenna TV, my DVR will be running.
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OTA: Heroes Reborn, Muppets, and Supergirl so far. Minority Report pilot sucked badly.

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OTA: Heroes Reborn, Muppets, and Supergirl so far. Minority Report pilot sucked badly.
I agree about Minority Report but I haven't given up completely on yet. It seemed to me like they tried too hard with the futuristic gadgets. The young twins reminded me of Niles and Holland from The Other. It might just be a coincidence but they were dressed very much the same.

I'm checking out Scream Queens and Limitless tonight.
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Minority Report pilot sucked badly.
I'm not surprised. I'm also expecting Limitless to suck -- that looked like a loser right from the start, including the movie. Also, I have the feeling the same will be the case for the Hero's reboot. The Blindspot pilot didn't get real warm reviews as an obvious Blacklist pretender.

I wouldn't mind seeing Fringe rebooted -- for that matter FireFly. If they want to make series based on old movies, why not pick a movie that was obviously made to have sequels and left you hanging for the next installment, but flopped at the box office so the sequels were never made. Off hand, I can think of The Last Airbender, I am Number Four and Golden Compass. The series can pick up where the movie left off which provides the back story.

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AntennaTV is running a 17 hour mini-marathon of Alfred Hitchcock Presents starting at 1:00 PM (eastern) on October 31st.
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Thanks Ken.
I'm so spoiled by KODI and YouTube that I've lost track of the Subs or Digit channels.


My Titan shows that those AH's are of the 1/2 hour variety.
I'll set-up my 535 and record a few.




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A local show in Nashville, TN, The Retirement Report (5-2/5.2 or 25.2). A very good financial advisor, Hank Parrott.
Stargate SG-1 on Comet TV (30-3/30.3); Muscle Car, Horsepower TV, Trucks!, & Extreme 4X4, on Grit (58-3/58.3).

Buzzr has started this week on 40-1/40.1. Always liked What's My Line, & many others.
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I've always loved the Turner Classic Movies fillers (about 15-20 minutes) of Carson with a guest. With "Carson" going OTA on Antenna TV, my DVR will be running.
Yep! This is definately to be recorded! Even better, Antenna TV is moving in Nashville from LP 7.5 to high power 15.5!

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Buzzr has become one of my favorite channels to catch on the fly. Like you my favorite are the older B&W game shows like Whats My Line and others. I like it when a very young Carson is one of the panelist. Unfortunately the old B&W ones seem to be on during the day when I work but I do occasionally get home early or on non work days I like to catch them. Of course I could just record them on one of my many recording devices but for things like this I like to just catch them on the fly, if I started recording things like that I'd get WAY! behind on my backlog.
I also like some of the color 70s game shows like with Richard Dawson, Betty While, Charles Nelson Riley, etc. but my favorites are the real oldies form the golden age of television.
I believe were going to get Comet and I do occasionally watch Grit, sub channels.....I don't exactly like what they can do for the picture quality of the main channel but if they keep the number down to a minimum it doesn't get too bad and I do like to watch them, all for FREE! I have no interest in "pay" TV and all it's reality type programming, I can barely keep up with what I have available for free OTA
I also like watching some of the old talk shows like Dick Cavett and others, the Judy Garland show has also been playing on one of the subs in my area and I do look forward to some of the old Carson shows airing again.
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I'm not surprised. I'm also expecting Limitless to suck -- that looked like a loser right from the start, including the movie. Also, I have the feeling the same will be the case for the Hero's reboot. The Blindspot pilot didn't get real warm reviews as an obvious Blacklist pretender.

I wouldn't mind seeing Fringe rebooted -- for that matter FireFly. If they want to make series based on old movies, why not pick a movie that was obviously made to have sequels and left you hanging for the next installment, but flopped at the box office so the sequels were never made. Off hand, I can think of The Last Airbender, I am Number Four and Golden Compass. The series can pick up where the movie left off which provides the back story.
Once in a while I see some "Firefly" episodes listed, probably on SyFy. I've seen them all either on TV or DVD. I picked up the Blu-ray series a few months ago but haven't watched it yet.
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Regarding MeTV and its sister station MeToo, at least in the Chicagoland market. I’ve noticed some of the old TV programs come & go & come back again. Or they swap between the two stations.

Long time ago I was recording “77 Sunset Strip” on one of those stations & they stopped showing it. Something like 6-12 months later I noticed it was on the other station.

Not long ago I was recording “Cannon” & IIRC it was on every day. Then it wasn’t on at all. Then it came back on once a week & broadcast some of the episodes I’ve already watched from about a year ago.

If you missed getting some of the “Honeymooners” episodes for example, don’t give up because they may be re-broadcast again, and again.
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Once in a while I see some "Firefly" episodes listed, probably on SyFy. I've seen them all either on TV or DVD. I picked up the Blu-ray series a few months ago but haven't watched it yet.
I have FireFly on Amazon Prime.

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The Philadelphia area now has Comet. It replaced the Mummer channel on 17.4 as of yesterday. I scheduled a couple of Dr. Goldfoot movies to record this afternoon.
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That's disappointing, if only for the reason that while channel surfing, I'd stop on the Mummer channel, turn to my wife and say, "Hey look! Mummers!" She was never impressed.
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That's disappointing, if only for the reason that while channel surfing, I'd stop on the Mummer channel, turn to my wife and say, "Hey look! Mummers!" She was never impressed.
How can anyone not be impressed by Mummers? I've never seen a group of people work so hard at having fun.
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NBC announced their cancellations today. Telenovela, Undateable, Crowded, Game of Silence and Heartbeat got the axe. NBC should be announcing their new schedule on Sunday.
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CBS is moving Supergirl to the CW for Season 2! They must be trying to bump CW viewer ratings.
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"Better Late Than Never" starts tonight (NBC). I like Henry Winkler, William Shatner and George Foreman. I can tolerate Terry Bradshaw if he doesn't try too hard to be funny. I want this show to be good but I'm not sure it will last a full season.
http://www.nbc.com/better-late-than-never

What else looks good this season?

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