It looks like I am not the only one writing letters to Jeff Zucker.
from the NY Daily News 5/14:
"As previously reported, Lynda Baquero is expected to come off the station's 6 p.m. newscast at the end of the month. The New York Chapter of the National Hispanic Media Coalition has sent a letter to Jeff Zucker, chairman of parent company NBC Universal, seeking to keep Baquero on the air."
Jeff Zucker... get busy and REPLY to that letter from The New York Chapter of the National Hispanic Media Coalition. It was OK to ignore me, but they are important and ignoring them will not be good for NBC's public image! You do care about public image, don't you?
Here's a poem:
Roses are red and violets are blue,
Putz, answer your mail
It's the right thing to do!
In today's NY Daily News:
"My word! Sue Simmons is back on WNBC after grade-F slip"
By Richard Huff. DAILY NEWS TV EDITOR
"Veteran WNBC/Ch. 4 anchor Sue Simmons was back on the air Tuesday, a day after dropping an F-bomb on live TV."
(They just love those expletives at NBC don't they?)
And it now appears that the NBC lawyers will have a more substantial issue with which to deal:
"Meanwhile, on Tuesday Ch. 4's legal eagles were trying to stop the spread of a clip of Simmons' expletive, citing copyright infringement."
awww, copyright infringement? Get busy and stop the spread of that clip! Get busy, I said! Is Jeff Hoeh one of the lawyers involved in this case? As the expression goes, "Now you will really have something to handle." It makes my little episode about TWoP look like peanuts. Well, it always was peanuts, but answering my calls made for an easier work day.
(and by the way, it is "Simmons's." Form the possessive of the proper noun ending in 's' correctly. Follow the rules, or ye shall be BANNED!)