There are eight more ads today, from the January 23-29, 1999 issue of TV Guide Magazine, and from January 23 & 25-27, 1999 editions of The Blade, plus two Random Pages gallery additions. The first one is a Monday, 1/25/99 Blade Peach Section story by Chris Borelli, "Brogan Resigns His WSPD Morning Spot" which also includes another item, about Channel 24 layoffs. The other one is a 1/25/99 TV Guide page with some 5:30-6:30 pm listings and an "editor's choice" for the premiere of Dilbert, "The Name," on UPN. There are three additions, all from Peach Sections of The Blade, to the Buckeye CableSystem gallery starting with a Saturday, 1/23/99 ad for "Tomorrow Never Dies" on Showtime, part of a free-preview weekend. Next is a Monday, 1/25/99 ad for The Jeffersons Marathon on Nick-at-Nite, followed by a Wednesday, 1/25/99 ad for National Geographic Explorer on TBS. There are four additions, all from TV Guide, to the Vintage Cable Ads gallery starting with a Saturday, 1/23/99 full-page ad for "Tomorrow Never Comes" (Pierce Brosnan) on Showtime's free-preview weekend. Next is another 1/23/99 ad, for a Pamela (Anderson) Lee double feature on FX. "Raw Justice" and "Snap Dragon" were shown (Every Saturday: Macho Macho Movies). There's also a Monday, 1/25/99 full-page ad for The Great American History Quiz on the History Channel, followed by another 1/25/99 ad (and "close-up") for the premiere of MTV's The Tom Green Show, "The First Episode, Slut Mobile".