Weekend Headlines - Sept. 7-8, 2013

WDRB Louisville Adds 3 More Print Journalists
TVNEWSCHECK - Block Communications’ Fox affiliate WDRB Louisville, Ky. (DMA 48), announced this week the addition of three more journalists to the station’s website team. Jason Riley, Marcus Green and Chris Otts will contribute on a full-time basis to WDRB.com. Riley and Green start at the station on Sept. 23, Otts on Sept. 30.

Soap fans lament suspension of 'One Life to Live'
LOS ANGELES TIMES - Anxious fans of the soap opera "One Life to Live" are wondering how many more lives their beloved daytime drama might have.

'Burn Notice' Set To End After 7 Seasons In Miami
ASSOCIATED PRESS - The cable spy drama "Burn Notice" is coming to an end, but it's certainly not being burned itself. The USA Network series - still strong in the ratings and popular with fans after seven seasons - gets a big finale next Thursday.

Alec Baldwin Gets MSNBC Talk Show
ASSOCIATED PRESS - MSNBC's prime-time lineup is getting some star power with Alec Baldwin, at least for one night a week. The cable news network announced Thursday that the actor will host "Up Late with Alec Baldwin," a current events and culture talk show to air Friday nights at 10 p.m. Eastern time.

Tribe Uses Radio To Hit Redskins
RADIO INK - An American Indian tribe in upstate New York is launching a radio campaign asking the Washington Redskins to ditch the Redskins name which they say is offensive.

Report: Nielsen Negotiating Concessions With FTC Over Arbitron Deal
ALL ACCESS - Nielsen's acquisition of Arbitron continues to be under the microscope, and now Bloomberg reports the company is "negotiating concessions with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission that would permit its $1.26 billion acquisition of Arbitron Inc."

ESPN Radio Officially Adds Jorge Sedano To Evenings With Mark Schlereth
ALL ACCESS - ESPN Radio has officially announced the addition of former FOX Sports Radio and Beasley Sports WQAM-A, Lincoln Financial Media Sports WAXY-A (790 The Ticket), and Clear Channel Sports WINZ-A/Miami host Jorge Sedano to the network as co-host of the evening show with Mark "Stink" Schlereth.


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