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Topic - Les Vann
You're a mom arriving home from work on Friday in Cincinnati, and you flip on the local ABC news as you push the kids outside to play and settle in the kitchen to get dinner ready.
Mr. Vann said his station hasn't had to do that but said, "We would look at that if the demand was high enough."
"The biggest change from 2008 to 2012 is that the cycle began much earlier," said Les Vann, general manager of WKRC-TV, the local CBS affiliate. "We had volume and activity in Cincinnati in April and May this year that we did not see in 2008 until July and August."