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Vault Was Discontinued[edit]

Unless you have it in your locale, and would care to write about it, Vault was indeed discontinued. I'll be reverting your edit unless you can prove otherwise. Ilikenwf (talk) 04:40, 28 March 2012 (UTC)

Hi Graham[edit]

Hi, I added some info like you wanted :) Mike Beckham 08:31, 14 March 2006 (UTC)


Jeopardy! episode status deletion[edit]

The status of the current existence of a TV show's source material is consequential because it determines reair/reissue eligibility. See The Honeymooners and I Love Lucy, TV shows made during the time when most new TV programming was destroyed/not saved, whose longevity into present-day is owed to their preservation. I Love Lucy was recorded directly to film, setting the precedent for virtually all present-day sitcoms; The Honeymooners used a kinescope-like process. Reissue/reair eligibility determines whether new generations will ever get to see shows, either on cable television (networks like GSN continuously air Jeopardy! seasons only because they are preserved, or cannot air them because they are not) or in the future over Internet distribution, which has implications for the show as a source of future revenue for its copyright holders (see the long tail effect). You might also note that the explanation of the incongruency in Trebek-era show numbering is required to permit accurate calculation of the total number of shows produced as shown in the infobox. I can understand your wanting sourcing for this section, but I hope you will be pursuaded that its deletion does a disservice to the article. I ask you to reconsider your deletion and revert it. Robert K S (talk) 01:32, 3 August 2008 (UTC)

I recognize that, between you and I, we do not have a consensus about this issue, and I will work toward consensus. But I can't accept complete deletion of the section on a temporary basis until it can be sourced because doing so will result in the permanent deletion of images that will have been orphaned. The information in the section about Fleming is accurate to the best of our knowledge. (It's not a printed publication but see, for example, [1]) When there are disputes like this I work very hard to find solid sourcing. But I don't think you should defend deletion of information on sourcing grounds when there is a lack of dispute about the accuracy of the information. (Also, there is an irony to the situation in that you are arguing for the deletion of information about something you consider unimportant when the subject of that information is the deletion of information that someone considered unimportant.) Robert K S (talk) 22:18, 7 August 2008 (UTC)
Almost forgot to mention: I'm puzzled by your claim that a discussion of episode status is unique to the Jeopardy! article. Episode status is an important point on many older television programs (it answers the question, will anyone ever be able to see this show again?) and a fairly large number of Wikipedia articles address this question. [2] Robert K S (talk) 22:23, 7 August 2008 (UTC)
Episode status is a rather common section for television show articles and for game shows in particular. (Apparently, you didn't click on my link [3] above.) No need to take this ad hominem--let's keep the discussion to the merits. Is the information notable? You say no. You're wrong. Is the information accurate? You say no. You're wrong. Is the information unsourced? You say no. You're right. So give me time to find appropriate citations. Please stop reverting. You're not doing the article any favors. Robert K S (talk) 01:38, 8 August 2008 (UTC)
That a handful of unknown episodes might conceivably exist on tape or kinescope somewhere is not a rationale for deletion of this section. The main point has not been disputed: neither NBC, nor Merv Griffin Productions, nor any other entity has been found to have a complete library of Art Fleming episodes, and extensive searches have been made by many interested persons, whereas, on the other hand, the Sony library of Trebek episodes is completely intact as evidenced by re-airings. You're going down an inappropriate path by making assumptions/accusations about personal knowledge, and if you have specific details you would be willing to impart, I would enjoy knowing what your archive has. Robert K S (talk) 01:59, 8 August 2008 (UTC)
You haven't told me what information you believe to be inaccurate. Anyway, it sounds to me like what you actually oppose is is a list of "episodes known to exist", which I agree is crufty and could be summarized with a simple sentence like the one that, I believe, is already in the article "only a handful of episodes are known to exist..." By deleting the whole section, you're simply overstepping and meeting resistance to a section that has been in place and has demonstrated utility and notability. You're also not working to meet consensus by continuing to edit war. Consensus does not mean "keep doing the same thing until everybody else gives up". It means "keep proposing new solutions until you can find agreement". Why not try making the constructive edits you believe will benefit the article, rather than continuing to delete the text outright? Robert K S (talk) 03:40, 8 August 2008 (UTC)

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Re: WNEU[edit]

Okay, I changed the statement in the WHDH article saying what an NBC spokesperson said, he didn't specifically say WNEU, he said "including using our existing broadcast license to launch an NBC owned and operated station", though that could be inferred as WNEU because that is a station that they own. But anyway, saying its WNEU would be original research now that I realize. ViperSnake151  Talk  14:26, 5 April 2009 (UTC)

  • Just for your information and as a clarification of your statement in your WNEU edit, WNEU is not a translator for Telemundo it is the primary affiliate for the Boston area, You might have been have been thinking of WTMU-LP a low power television station also in Boston which is the secondary station for Telemundo, It does make sense that NBC would make WNEU the new NBC O&O affiliate while switching Telemundo's primary affiliation to WTMU-LP. Rosie, Queen of Corona (talk) 15:18, 6 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Sorry but, Huh? Acording to the WTMU-LP article it says "WNEU channel 60 (although ZGS considers WNEU to be the primary)." so how can you say that WNEU isn't the primary, also WNEU is a full-power station and as stated before WTMU is low power so I believe that you got it in reserve WNEU is primary - WTMU secondary, Why would NBC put a low power station as the primary over a full power station, LP stations have a limited coverage whereas full power expand a lot further. Rosie, Queen of Corona (talk) 04:23, 7 April 2009 (UTC)

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150 Worth[edit]

I've re-added your contribution, 150 Worth, back on Template:Palm Beach County Malls. But I moved all streets and neighborhoods that are significance shopping destinations, to Template:Palm Beach County Shopping Districts and Streets. Just a notice. [[User:AZ'sReincarnation|]] (talk) 23:37, 21 August 2009 (UTC)

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File:PalmBeachMall1970.jpg[edit]

Postcards generally aren't public domain. I altered the FUR to indicate that the image is most likely copyrighted, but an acceptable fair-use for its historic significance. Ten Pound Hammer, his otters and a clue-bat • (Many ottersOne batOne hammer) 20:16, 19 October 2009 (UTC)

Florida[edit]

In reference to your edit summaries, Tallahassee has well over 100,000 people (about 171K; it's listed in the "City Population > 150,000" portion of the table). I'm not wedded to the Coral Springs picture (I didn't add it, even though I was one of the editors who pushed that article to Good Article status), but the gallery is in the "Largest cities and towns" section, and West Palm Beach is not listed in that section. All of the other pictures are of cities that are in that listing. Let's not confuse the reader by adding pictures which are not relevant to the section in question. Horologium (talk) 23:02, 24 October 2009 (UTC)


File copyright problem with File:PBIA1966.jpg[edit]

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Your invited![edit]

Wikipedia:Meetup/Miami 3 is coming up in the near future, you are invited to participate. Thanks Secret account 17:37, 10 December 2009 (UTC)

December 2009[edit]

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Next time please take care to have the sources before adding unsourced info to the article, that way, per WP:BURDEN, you can have the sources added at the same time as adding new info. Thanks, Cirt (talk) 20:06, 17 December 2009 (UTC)

WCIX and Fox[edit]

WCIX was the Fox affiliate for the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale market. Even if they didn't brand themselves in such a manner (like "Fox 6" or something of that nature) that doesn't make them any less of an affiliate.

And, Miami and West Palm Beach are two separate television markets. WCIX had its translators on in the fringe areas of Broward County (as noted in the article), and cable coverage should have made up for any over-the-air shortfall. Rather, it can be noted that WFLX was available in areas where WCIX's OTA channel 6 signal could not reach -- but don't call it the default Fox station. Unless this can be officially sourced, please don't rewrite it in that manner again. Station Agent 836 (talk) 05:11, 9 January 2010 (UTC)

South Florida Wikipedia editors Meetup[edit]

I proposed a new meeting day, time and place here [3] under the section "New Suggestion" NancyHeise talk 07:27, 11 January 2010 (UTC)


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Target Richway[edit]

http://www2.palmbeachpost.com/archives/google_archive/search.php?searchTerms=richway&submit.x=14&submit.y=18

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Target Richway[edit]

http://www2.palmbeachpost.com/archives/google_archive/search.php?searchTerms=richway&submit.x=14&submit.y=18 look before Target on Palm Beach Lakes Blvd

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Hurricane Isaac[edit]

Hell Grahambrunk, I was looking through some articles such as the Palm Beach Mall (reading it because of the recent demolition) and noticed that you live in the West Palm Beach area of Florida, just like I do :) . Anyway, I am a member of WikiProject Tropical cyclones and created an article called Effects of Hurricane Isaac (2012) in Florida, which is a separate article specifically about impact from Hurricane Isaac in that sate. I was wondering if you had images from that storm (like standing water/flooding) and would consider uploading them to that page. Regrettably I didn't take too many pictures myself, and I asked WPTV and the Palm Beach Post for various images from their collection like a week ago, but I haven't gotten a response. Thanks if you can offer me help regarding this matter, --12george1 (talk) 02:19, 25 March 2013 (UTC)

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