Update: Here's the segment:


Check it out: the Editors will be appearing weekly on the new CW15 News at Ten. And our first appearance is... Thursday night! We'll be talking with Dori Marlin about the Tournament of Pizza, Maeve's Capital Region ghost stories and... things that are TOO DAMN high.

Our regular segment will usually air on Fridays, but we got bumped ahead a day this week.

Thanks to CBS6/CW15 for inviting us on the show!


I am a 10 p.m. news fan (fits nicely with my early bedtime), but knowing AOA will now be on the 10 o'clock ... perfection!

Congratulations Greg and Mary! Woo hoo!

Is there any way for those who will only pay Time Warner for internet (and not cable) to watch these video segments online?

I see that the CW has video clips on their site, but maybe it will take a while to get you guys up there?

Bummed that I missed it live, but I haven't had appointment television in months, so I'm kind of out of the habit. Plus I have no idea if CW15 comes in over my rabbit ears.

thanks for posting the clip. you were on past my bedtime. that was great! daniel b, i think you can tune in to the station old school on channel 45. go television!

Hooray! Two of my favorite folks on the television!

Up next: AoA screening parties.

Great job and I hope to watch more.

What I learned from this was the fact CW15 has a 10p CBS6 news broadcast. Cross pollination in media does work.

Here is what happened: on my monitor, I just saw a *TV* segment of a *Skype* Connection showing a *Web* page which was playing a *video* of Steve Barnes.

My head exploded :)

Video is up the next morning...

Daniel, you can also watch the live stream of the CW 15 newscast at The CW site doesn't have streaming capability yet, but the CBS 6 site does stream every newscast live. Hope that helps!

Love it -- it's like The Weekly Rundown, except with video!

I may start watching local TV news again. At least online the next day...

Yeah! This is awesome!

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