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WMC-TV 5 V.P. & General Manager Lee Meredith

YOUR TURN: She prefers the soap opera

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This week's "Your Turn" segment goes to J. Jackson. Jackson is one of several people who were upset that WMC aired the memorial service for basketball star Lorenzen Wright this week instead of her soap opera.

In her words:

I enjoying watching the "Today Show" all morning and look forward to seeing "Days of Our Lives" every day that I can. I do not see why this channel has to broadcast every funeral and every sporting event. You had it on your website for anyone to view anytime by downloading it. Please stop interrupting this show for everything, especially a funeral. Anyone who wants to see a funeral will be there and the ones that want to see sports are usually working. I am really aggravated at this.

That's J. Jackson's turn. Now it's your turn. To comment on this segment or anything else, email yourturn@wmctv.com or call 800-465-1210.

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