In case you were not able to keep up on the Fargo TV Examiner stories over the past week, we present asummary of what issues and ideas were covered over the past week.
One of the first things we looked at was an early competitor to the big three TV networks. The NTA Film Network existed from the mid-1950s in the 1960s and had a North Dakota connection as station KXJB was an affiliate.
We also took a look at one of the major TV network websites, the website for CBS.
Now that the ThisTV digital sub channel network is no longer available in the Fargo market, we looked at what options people have to view movies on over the air TV in the Fargo area.
We also took a look at the Valley New Live website, which has local programming and three TV networks to try and promote.
Currently, printed TV listings do not carry information for programming on digital sub channels. The Fargo TV Examiner examined the issue of more expansive TV listings.
The new NBC TV show, 1600 Penn take a humorous look at a fictional first family. The very brief history of White House life as a subject for sitcoms got a look this last week.
And speaking, of NBC, the Fargo TV Examiner took a look at what the NBC web site has to offer.
Right now, the Fargo-Grand Forks-Moorhead TV market does not have a lot of digital sub channels for over the air viewing. The Fargo TV Examiner proposed a scheme for more over the air channels in this market.
Finally, the Fargo TV Examine took a look at what is offered on the website for a digital sub channel. We examined the offerings available on the classic TV oriented, MeTV website.
In the coming week, the Fargo TV examiner will be looking at many more TV network websites. We’ll also be taking a look at what may be coming to and what is currently available in the Fargo TV market. It may not be the biggest TV network in the United States, but there’s always something happening and no matter what is happening, we’ll be here to cover up. If it’s happening ion TV and it’s in the Fargo market, or may be of interest to that market, we’ll be here to cover it. There is always something on the TV.