Posts Tagged ‘Yule Log’

Burn, baby, burn…2013!

For the twelfth year, Tampa’s Bright House Cable news channel Bay News 9 and Orlando’s News 13 will be airing the burning “Yule Log” on the cable channels from 7:00pm to midnight on Christmas Eve.

Bright House customers can watch the burning Yule Log anytime by going to OnDemand channel 999 in the Tampa and Orlando cable markets. For 2013, Bright House offers three versions of the Yule Log with differing fire places; “Holiday Tradition,” “Christmas Angel,” and “Chimenea Navidena” in Spanish.

The burning fireplace (Yule log) tradition was first started in 1966, by New York’s WPIX. Watch a history of the WPIX Yule Log and vintage WPIX Yule Log broadcasts, via the YouTube video below. Enjoy!

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12 2013

Burn baby, burn…2012…

For the eleventh year, Tampa’s Bright House Cable news channel Bay News 9 and Orlando’s Central Florida News 13 will be offering their “Yule Log” for OnDemand customers. Bay News 9 will air the Yule Log on its news channel from 8pm-midnight, on Christmas Eve.

For 2012, Bright House offers four versions of the Yule Log with differing fire places, music selections and one with only the sound of the crackling fire. Bright House customers can watch the fireplace anytime by going to Tampa Bay OnDemand ch 340 or Central Florida OnDemand ch 300.

2012 sees a return of the OnDemand channel’s “Chimenea Navidena” – the “Yule Log” with Christmas music en Español. Also new for 2012 are select local high school band performing Christmas music and select readings of stories like “Frosty The Snowman” and “Twas the Night Before Christmas.”

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12 2012

Burn baby burn, 2011…

For the tenth year, Tampa’s Bright House Cable news channel Bay News 9 and Orlando’s Central Florida News 13 will be offering their “Yule Log” for OnDemand customers. Bay News 9 will air the Yule Log on its news channel from 8pm-midnight, on Christmas Eve.

For 2011, Bright House offers four versions of the Yule Log with differing fire places, music selections and one with only the sound of the crackling fire. Bright House customers can watch the fireplace anytime by going to Tampa Bay OnDemand ch 340 or Central Florida OnDemand ch 300.

Last year, the OnDemand channels offere “Chimenea Navidena” – The “Yule Log” with Christmas music en Español. However, it looks like no mas chimenea en Español for 2011.

The burning fireplace (Yule log) tradition was first started in 1966, by New York’s WPIX. Watch a history of the WPIX Yule Log via the YouTube video below. Enjoy!

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12 2011

Burn baby, burn 2010…

***NOTE – 12/20/10 – An emailer tells FNC that CFN13 does not air the Yule Log on its news channel, like Bay News 9. CFN 13 does air the video OnDemand. The story below.

For the nineth year, Tampa’s Bright House Cable news channel Bay News 9 and Orlando’s Central Florida News 13 will be offering four, commercial-free hours of a burning fire place and Christmas music on Christmas Eve (8pm-midnight).

However, you don’t have to wait until Christmas Eve to enjoy this Holiday tradition, Bright House customers can watch the fireplace anytime by going to Tampa Bay OnDemand ch 340 or Central Florida OnDemand ch 300. New OnDemand for 2010, “Chimenea Navidena” – The “Yule Log” with Christmas music en Español. Feliz Navidad!

The burning fireplace (Yule log) tradition was first started in 1966, by New York’s WPIX. Watch a history of the WPIX Yule Log via the YouTube video below. Enjoy!

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12 2010

Burn, baby, burn 2009…

For the eighth year, Tampa’s Bright House Cable news channel Bay News 9 and Orlando’s Central Florida News 13 will be offering four, commercial-free hours of a burning fire place and Christmas music on Christmas Eve (8pm-midnight). However, you don’t have to wait until Christmas Eve to enjoy this Holiday tradition, Bright House customers can watch the fireplace anytime by going to Tampa Bay OnDemand ch 340 or Central Florida OnDemand ch 300 (watch a sample here). The burning fireplace (Yule log) tradition was first started in 1966, by New York’s WPIX. Watch a history of the WPIX Yule Log and the actual vintage Yule Log via the YouTube videos below. Enjoy!

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12 2009