Some experiments work and some do not.

One of those experiments by the Dodge City Daily Globe was exiting the listing of the TV grid for readers, an experiment that did not go over well.

"With the advent and general acceptance of onscreen TV channel selection, we felt the print TV listings were obsolete," Dodge City Daily Globe publisher Conrad Easterday said. "The experiences of our sister papers persuaded us that those feelings were justified, so we removed something that we thought was not being utilized.

"A number of our most loyal readers convinced us otherwise. Now it's back."

The TV grid was pulled around August 2017 and in that time many readers either through emails, phone calls or in-person, made their disapproval of the move heard.

Starting today, the TV grid will be in the Globe daily, with Saturday’s edition of the paper featuring the TV listings of Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

"The new grid focuses on prime time," Easterday said. "It's much easier to read and better organized with breakouts for Kansas network affiliates and premium channels."

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