No more WFSB for Cablevision customers?

Cablevision customers in Connecticut will lose Hartford’s WFSB Channel 3  Tuesday night December 31st  if an agreement is not reached between the two companies.

Cablevision’s contract to carry WFSB on its cable system will expire at midnight on December 31, 2013, and by law, Cablevision OptimumTV will no longer have the right to carry our copyrighted programming” WFSB said on its website.

Sonia Baghdady’s New Gig








As previously posted “Sonia’s Out”, at WTNH, but she’s got a new gig at Veria Living TV.  Sonia is the new anti-aging, beauty and fashion coach at the health and wellness channel.  She will bring VLC viewers simple solutions to health, fashion, and beauty problems. Read more here.

This Year’s TV News Bloopers

Take a look at some of the most awkward moments that graced local news throughout the year.

Sunday Talk

Face the State WFSB 11 am

Host: Dennis House

The political year in review and a look at 2014

Guests: Duby McDowell and Brian Flaherty, WFSB political analysts, Rick Green Hartford Courant political director


CT Capitol Report FoxCT Sunday 10:30 am

Host: Tom Dudchik
The Real Story FoxCT Sunday 10 am

Hosts: Laurie Perez and Al Terzi


The Stan Simpson Show Fox CT Saturday, 6:30 am, online at

Host: Stan Simpson


Focus on Connecticut News12 Saturday: 7:30 am, 11 am, 2:30 pm, 7:30 pm.Sunday: 2:30 am, 7:30 am, 11 am, 1:30 pm, 5:30 pm

Host: Tom Appleby


Atty. General George Jepsen (D) Connecticut

CTN: Capitol Report: Week in Review Sunday at 8 pm Replays of: The Real Story (8:30 pm), Face the State (9:00 pm),The Stan Simpson Show (9:30 pm)

Back To You, Dad

Dad normally anchors and the son reports, but we hear that today father and son Al Terzi and Tony Terzi are co-anchoring Fox61’s 4 and 5 pm newscasts today.

Al and Tony Terzi, conquest, banquet



Traffic on the 3’s

Former WWLP Anchor/Reporter (Springfield, MA) Nicole Nalepa is WFSB’s new morning traffic reporter. She replaces Olessa Stepanova who has moved on to WCVB in Boston.

Norwalk Loses Its Weekly

Norwalk Citizen

Hearst Connecticut  announced that it will no longer print the Norwalk Citizen, its weekly newspaper covering Norwalk, after its Dec. 27 edition.The announcement was made in a short, front-page letter to readers in the Dec. 20 edition of the Norwalk Citizen. The newspaper started 16 years ago and came out on Fridays.

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