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CP24 continued to simulcast City News programming up until December 10, 2008, when CTV pulled almost all Citytv news programming with the exception of Breakfast Television.That night, CTV News at Six replaced City News at Six, which had remained in place since the channel began broadcasting in 1998.For a short period, things remained the same; Citytv anchors continued to anchor and contribute to CP24 and shows were simulcast between the two channels until CTV/Rogers announced the restructuring of its employees between to two channels beginning in November 2007, such as the hiring of new CP24-only and City News-only personalities.In November 2008, CP24 moved most of its operations from its original newsroom, shared with Citytv, to a new state-of-the-art newsroom on the second floor with windows facing Queen Street West and at the same time CP24 unveiled a new look to its on-screen format.While the station often claims that it was the "first" news show to abandon the traditional anchor desk, this was not true, as CBS News in the United States had done this as early as the 1950s under Edward R. Its main innovation in television news was to have its reporters play a more participatory role in their stories.By the mid-1980s, the newscast's style, pioneered by Moses Znaimer, was promoted as a "format" for local news shows to copy around North America.City News (corporately styled City News) is the title of news and current affairs programming on the City television network in Canada.It is broadcast as a local newscast in its own right on the network's Toronto, Edmonton, and Winnipeg stations, while on the remaining City stations it airs only as the news headlines segment during each station's Breakfast Television morning show.
One of the final ties was severed on March 26, 2009, when CP24 dropped its simulcast of Breakfast Television and launched its own morning show, CP24 Breakfast.City Pulse at Six was anchored by Gord Martineau and Dini Petty for much of the years from 1980 to 1987.Weather presenters in that era include CHUM Radio veteran Jay Nelson, Brian Hill, Greg Rist, and David Onley.On January 21, 2008, City News at 5 debuted, drawing a scant 1% share of the Toronto market at 5 p.m.In July 2008, Rogers filed an application with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to launch a separate 24-hour news station to be affiliated with Citytv Toronto, and to be known as City News (Toronto). In December 2008, Citytv laid off several employees, including the entire City News Entertainment unit.
Entertainment reporters Larysa Harapyn and Liz West were released, and entertainment stories are now read by the anchors.