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Monday, January 16, 2006

January 26 is approaching 


No new news on Christopher Nance, but I found some old news from 2002:


A cardinal rule in broadcasting: On-air talent should be careful what they're saying when wearing a mike. On April 29 [2002], just after 9 a.m., the "Today" show's Al Roker tossed the weather segment back to local stations. At KNBC-TV, Los Angeles, viewers saw about 20 seconds of black, during which weatherman Christopher Nance was heard saying, "Are we ready guys? All right, let's do this one for the pedophiles." When the video appeared, Mr. Nance stepped into the picture carrying a feed from Mount Wilson -- but by then the allotted time for the local weather segment was over and the station cut back to network programming. KNBC management met with both Mr. Nance and the operations manager to implement safeguards to ensure the situation won't happen again. They also reiterated to talent that when a mike is on, they should consider it live....


Nance's website hasn't been updated in a while - it refers to an October 2005 event as occurring in the future. The old statement on the trial is still there.


As you may know, I am suing NBC and Paula Madison for wrongful termination and discrimination. I have been given a court trial date of January 26th. 2006. My lawyers are the best but please keep me in your prayers for a positive outcome to this up coming trial.


If I was really interested, I'd pony up $4.75 to perform a civil name search for Christopher Nance or Paula Madison at the Los Angeles County Superior Court web page. But I'm not that curious.

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