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I raced home from the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday after seeing nine movies in three days to see the Buffalo Bills get humiliated, 47-3, by the Baltimore Ravens in the season opener. None of those movies was as scary as the Bills game. It felt like we’ve seen a version of this Sunday made-for-TV movie before. But CBS analyst Rich Gannon apparently ha…

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One of the reasons that WKBW-TV (Channel 7) hasn’t been able to be more competitive in the local news race at 11 p.m., despite its improving news product, is the poor lead-in it gets from ABC’s primetime programming. The huge lead-in provided by two preseason Buffalo Bills games has helped the third-place news station in town, but not as much as one might expect. The…

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Local TV viewers will notice some changes in the announcing lineup for Buffalo Bills this season, and they include the hiring of a fan favorite. Fred Jackson, who played nine seasons with the Bills and was the host of his own TV show on WBBZ-TV, will team with Rochester sportscaster Mike Catalana on "Bills Tonight," the postgame show carried on MSG after regular-season …