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  1. mikephd
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    Wednesday 9/8 c

    Hi,

    Could anyone tell me what "Wednesday 9/8 c" means?

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    Re: Wednesday 9/8 c

    Quote Originally Posted by mikephd View Post
    Hi,

    Could anyone tell me what "Wednesday 9/8 c" means?

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    This refers to time zones in the US.

    Television time is usually stated in eastern time. The "c" stands for central time, which is one hour earlier.

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    Re: Wednesday 9/8 c

    To amplify Mike's resonse a bit, the television show listed airs at 9:00 on Wednesday in the Eastern time zone. It airs at 8:00 in the Central zone, at 7:00 in the Mountain zone, and 6:00 Pacific. Here is a map showing the different time zones in the U.S.

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    Re: Wednesday 9/8 c

    Quote Originally Posted by Ouisch View Post
    To amplify Mike's resonse a bit, the television show listed airs at 9:00 on Wednesday in the Eastern time zone. It airs at 8:00 in the Central zone, at 7:00 in the Mountain zone, and 6:00 Pacific. Here is a map showing the different time zones in the U.S.
    Much better answer. Thanks.

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