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In the ramp-up of WGN America's rebranding as a general cable network rather than a superstation, WGN America drops the 9 p.m.
(Central Time) nightly newscast of WGN-TV/Chicago as well as the station's broadcast of Illinois Lottery drawings, including the multi-state Mega Millions and Powerball drawings.
On Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Captain Donald Cragen (Dann Florek) retires from the NYPD, leaving Detective/Sergeant Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) as the only remaining character who has appeared on the series for its entire fifteen-season run.
NBC airs the 2014 NFL Pro Bowl, likely the last Pro Bowl game to air on broadcast television for the next few years.
Likely due to contractual issues, the channel now broadcasts the 4 a.m.
Fox owned-and-operated station WJZY/Charlotte, North Carolina, launches its news department with the debut of an hour-long 10 p.m. The program soft-launched on December 18, 2013, in the form of an online-only rehearsal newscast that was streamed on the station's website until WJZY's news share agreement with CBS affiliate WBTV to produce its primetime newscast ended.
Sinclair-controlled ABC affiliate WHAM-TV/Rochester begins producing morning and 10 p.m.
newscasts for its Fox-affiliated sister station WUHF.
Hearst Corporation announces that David Barrett, CEO of its television station division, has ceded day-to-day oversight to the division's President/COO, Jordan Wertleib. ABC begins limiting online access to day-after streaming of its series' new episodes to customers of participating cable providers, Hulu Plus, i Tunes, and Amazon Video and restricting free access to recent episodes on its website and streaming app to other users eight days after an episode's original airdate. to its name (the result of a partnership with Yahoo!
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The following is a list of events affecting American television in 2014.