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sked

 (skĕd) Informal
tr.v. sked·ded, sked·ding, skeds
To schedule: a meeting that was skedded for noon.
n.
A schedule.

[Shortening and alteration of schedule.]
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The Peacock is skedding comedy "Best Friends Forever" after a Betty White hidden-camera show in a Wednesday time-slot that has been one of the net's weakest in recent years.
The Glastonbury fest, starting June 27, also is trying to broaden its appeal by skedding Jay-Z.
ABC, CBS, Fox and CW got high marks for stability in skedding.
a skedding pattern not seen since the days of "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.
Net also has "Jericho" in its back pocket, although Fox's skedding of "Idol" in Wednesday's 8 o'clock hour would seem to rule out the drama returning to its former timeslot in January.
This is good skedding too, and the net should look to schedule reality year-round on this night, when the other four broadcasters offer up compelling scripted skeins.
It splits the phone revenue with carriers and broadcasters, which make money by skedding shows in latenight slots that would otherwise go empty.
Also, the Big Three want to use their smash hits to funnel viewers into new shows, thus the skedding of "CSI," "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" at 9 o'clock.
Looking ahead to next year, the NFL has smartly included flexible skedding in its deal with NBC, which will air the Sunday night games: League will be able to move an afternoon game to the evening if its skedded matchup pits two losing teams.
And going forward, the Alphabet seemingly has the best hand to play of any broadcaster: young smash hits; hungry marketing and skedding teams thriving now that they've been given some tools; a lineup that still has several hours that can improve significantly in the ratings; and a creative team willing to take risks on unique, quality projects to fill them.
tv, South Africa's only privately owned commercial terrestrial TV channel, is planning to challenge pubcaster SABC1's top-rated sudser, "Generations," by skedding a new soap head to head in the 8 p.
New Zealand on Air, the state body that disburses TV funding and monitors broadcasters' performance in skedding homemade shows, reported May 17 that one in three programs screened on the three major terrestrial channels last year was locally made.