New Jack City: KCTV Kaffee Klatch Kontroversy & Kontest

Something’s been bugging me about KCTV’s morning news shows. No big deal, really.

But why do Channel 5’s anchors put their breakfast dishes on the news desk?

OK, maybe it’s just their oversized coffee cups.

Still you’d think they’d keep their pottery
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7 Responses to New Jack City: KCTV Kaffee Klatch Kontroversy & Kontest

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s KCTV. Is there any question? Mug shots of sex offenders.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Boulevard Beer should make a summer brew called Shakesbeer in the Park during the HOASF! As for KCTV5 they should promote Oreck Vacuum Cleaners on their java mugs! Like the Oreck’s the news really sucks!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I think they should promote local small businesses. Every week or half a week would be someone new. The business would not pay for this it would be just a nice way to promote local people who might not be able to afford big advertising. The business would send letters to the station about their business and the station could pick or use a lottery system of picking. The news has gotten so far from being about KC it would be a nice touch!

  4. Anonymous says:

    This reminds me of when Bryan Busby did weather to go! He went to people’s homes to do the weather! I loved it! It was nice and gave the station a good homey feeling. The station’s need to get back to that level. I hate the news these days- it just feels fake and unsensitive. Getting back in touch with the viewer is what the news needs to do.

  5. Anonymous says:

    the last word
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  6. Anonymous says:

    Milk cartons have missing kids. KCTV should have coffee mugs with missing new’s people who are dropping like flies. Or Star employees starting with Hearne.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Cups could have the secret word of the day. Like JACKSON, PALIN, CHIEFS. Then lucky winners call in at a certain time for prizes. Could also be used in conjunction with a radio tie in promotions.

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