KSLA id/newsbreak/promo montage 1988-2016 (Shreveport, LA CBS)



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Here is a station id, newsbreak, and promo montage from KSLA, the CBS affiliate for Shreveport, LA, as broadcast on channel 12. All copyrights acknowledged. The footage here consists of station programming from when the station was owned by Viacom, Ellis Communications, and Raycom Media. Overall, the station’s logos consisted of a 12 logo similar to that of KBMT of Beaumont/Port Arthur/Orange, TX, which was used until 1995 and a WSB-TV inspired rectangle logo, which the station has used in various forms since 1996.

Early ids referred to KSLA as the Ark-La-Tex station, which seemed to be common among Shreveport TV stations. 1:00 features a news promo with Dennis Bounds from about 1990. 2:20 features a Project Pride ID from about 1991, which is when the station seemed to also use a Building Pride news package from Shelly Palmer Music. 2:23 features some news bumpers and news teasers set to the Get Ready for CBS affiliate package that was also used by WJTV in Jackson and KZTV in Corpus Christi, among other CBS affiliates. 5:57 features a late era Viacom-era presentation from about 1994/1995. KSLA just missed becoming a CBS O&O as Viacom sold the station to Ellis Communications. It adopted a rectangular logo and “The One and Only” news theme similar to that of other Ellis affiliates. 7:18 shows a station id from 1996. The slogan “Coverage You can Count On” also premiered from this period, and the station continues to use it today. 8:45 shows mid-2000s ids and footage from the First News era. 9:14 shows a rather unique station id set over CBS graphics, which was uncommon among many Raycom stations. 15:15 shows late 2000s material.

The modern presentation of KSLA begins at 16:06 with 2015 footage (including Lafayette Theater Shooting). Today, KSLA uses Aerial as its news theme post the Stephen Arnold transition. 16:20 features a “sign off” the station has in which it airs a radar image once or twice a week for about 30 minutes. 24:20 features several talent ids which are somewhat like sister station WAFB’s ids only these are silent over Aerial while WAFB’s usually have the anchors speak.

Syndicated programming on KSLA mentioned here includes, but is not limited to Arsenio, Showtime at the Apollo, and Sally Jessey Raphael, and Entertainment Tonight. Similar to that of WAFB, syndicated programming spots are somewhat rare on KSLA. Talent mentioned/featured includes, but is not limited to: Karin Adams, Dennis Bounds, Sherry Warren, Christie Walton, Sharon Brave, Carl Pentley, Kysa Anderson, Grace Polaski, Jeff Harrell, Michelle White, Patrick Dennis, Jeff Castle, Dominique Benn, Doug Warner, Adria Goins, Ron Young, Shayne Wright.

First African Baptist Church In Georgia Kicks Out Sick 92-Year Old Josephine King For Not Tithing



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A 92-year-old woman is no longer allowed to worship at the church where she was a member for more than 50 years because she was not tithing.

Josephine King said that was the reason she was kicked out of Bainbridge’s First African Baptist Church.

Her family members said they hope the situation will bring change to churches across the nation.

“Josephine King is no longer considered a member of the First African Baptist Church of Bainbridge, Georgia,” read Gerald Simmons, as he skimmed over the letter addressed to his aunt.

The letter, signed by Senior Pastor Derrick Mike, stated that Ms. King “has shown non-support” towards the church in the areas of “constant and consistent financial and physical participation.”

“She was stunned. She was disappointed. She was shocked,” said Simmons.

He said Ms. King was considered sick and a shut-in for several months, which was the reason for her lack of attendance.

He also said his aunt had gone above and beyond in the past to financially support the church.

“You shouldn’t chase the individuals down,” said Simmons. “You shouldn’t do that. If that’s the case, you’re money hungry.”

Simmons also noted that his aunt isn’t the first person to receive a letter of removal for not tithing, and hopes her story will shed some light on the policy.

“You have to have money to make these churches run, but it’s not about money,” Simmons said. “It’s about God. You have to put God first.”

Several requests for comment from the church were made, but no responses by officials or other members were given.

9 Dead In White Supremacist Terrorist Shooting At Black Church In Charleston



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–Nine people are dead after a shooting at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina

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Vegas shooting victim leaves behind husband, two children and a class of kindergartners



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Fifty-eight people were killed in last week’s shooting in Las Vegas, including Jennifer Parks, who lived in Palmdale, California, with her husband and two children. Mireya Villarreal has more on the family and the community who lost one of their own.

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Frontiers 37: Frontiers of Faith



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While Dec. 25 is the day most Alaskans celebrate Christ’s birthday, Jan. 7 is the day for the Russian Orthodox, who use the Julian calendar instead of the Gregorian. Jan. 7 is also the start of a week of festivities.

The Russian Orthodox faith is one of the oldest in Alaska, more than 200 years old. And while it’s practiced in communities across the state, Father Michael Oleksa says there’s very little that’s truly “Russian” in what’s popularly known as “Russian Christmas” — that the celebration here is a mix of European and Alaska Native traditions, which merged and took on a unique character of their own.

Father Oleska, a well-known lecturer on cross-cultural education, is our guest. If you haven’t heard him before, he’s an encyclopedia of information but also a wonderful storyteller. Also check out this week’s Frontiers Web Extra, which features an extended interview with Father Oleksa. Truly, I could listen to him talk for hours.

Also on this week’s program, we take you on a tour of St. Tikhon, a Russian Orthodox parish tucked into the Anchorage Hillside. It may look rather plain on the outside, but inside it’s filled with ornate frescoes and icons. Photojournalist Will Mader gives us an inspired look at all this Byzantine beauty.

We hope this week’s show, “Frontiers of Faith,” gives you an appreciation for some of the history and culture behind Russian Orthodox Christmas in Alaska.

One of the traditions you’ll learn about is “starring,” a practice which takes place in communities across the state. Over the course of seven days, a twirling star leads a procession of singers to homes, which are filled with the sound of carols – some in Native languages, others in Ukrainian and Russian.

Afterwards, people feast and the host gives everyone gifts – usually small, useful things, like tea towels and socks. So when you’re in Fred Meyer or Walmart, and you see an Alaska Native with a cart piled with socks, towels or gloves, they could be preparing to host a group of singers in their home.

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Rock Church “Pastor Miles on El Cajon Shooting” CBS 8



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Video provides new look at Charleston church shooting suspect’s arrest



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Newly-released dashcam video shows police arresting Dylann Roof last week. He is the white suspect accused of killing nine people at historic Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Jeff Pegues reports from outside the Cannon Detention Center in north Charleston, where Roof is behind bars.

Georgia churches split by slavery confront painful past



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In “CBS This Morning’s” ongoing series, A More Perfect Union, we highlight what Americans still have in common. Two neighboring Baptist churches with a complicated history are working to forge a new relationship. James Brown spoke with their pastors and congregation in Macon, Georgia, about putting their past behind them.

Dylann Roof found guilty in Charleston church massacre



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The church massacre gunman Dylann Roof could face the death penalty after being convicted of 33 federal charges. A jury of 12 found him guilty Thursday. The same group will decide next month whether the 22-year-old should be sentenced to death. This self-described white supremacist admitted to killing nine people at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina. Mark Strassmann reports.

Keith Ellison – Get Money Out of Politics



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New details behind Charleston church shooting emerge



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Thousands turned out for a multi-faith prayer vigil to mourn the nine people killed in South Carolina’s church massacre. As the state and residents struggle to cope in the aftermath, accused killer Dylann Roof was arraigned on several charges, including nine counts of murder. CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues reports from Charleston, South Carolina with the latest on this story.

Nine killed at Charleston church, manhunt for gunman underway



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An intense manhunt has been going on all night for a white man who entered a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, Wednesday night and started shooting. The massacre killed nine people, including the church pastor, state Sen. Clementa Pinckney. Police have put out a photo of the suspect and his black four-door car. Jeff Pegues reports outside the Emanuel AME Church.

Obama: Charleston church shooting “particularly heartbreaking”



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The president spoke of Emanuel AME church’s historical role in defending the rights of African Americans in the Charleston community.