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    The show is (was)previously named ...

    The show is (was)previously named NEWS AT TEN established in 1986.


    In this case, which ' be' is correct, 'was' or 'is ' ? Thank you.


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    Re: The show is (was)previously named ...

    Quote Originally Posted by jiaruchan View Post
    The show is (was)previously named NEWS AT TEN established in 1986.


    In this case, which ' be' is correct, 'was' or 'is ' ? Thank you.
    It's "was" because it used to be named..., it is referring to a past situation.

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