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Q&A: June 24 (updated on Regent Ducas question)

Question: Any word on when The Shield's sixth season will come out on DVD? It's been an awfully long time.
Swede Hanson

Answer: The sixth season set is due on Aug. 26th, a week before the seventh and final season of The Shield premieres Sept. 2nd on FX.

Question: I couldn't find any information on this anywhere on the net. What happened to America's Port? There's no info on if its season is over or if it's canceled or what.
Cody Sheppard

Answer: America's Port simply ran out of episodes. It premiered on April 6th and was scheduled for eight weekly hours.

Question: What's the deal? I thought Justin Farmer was leaving Channel 8 for another post in another market in May.
Sharon Lowery

Answer: Actually, his contract with WFAA8 expires at the end of July, at which point he'll leave the station's early morning shift and head to WSB in Atlanta, where his father, Don, once prospered. Station management still hasn't named Farmer's replacement, but has been touting incumbent Daybreak co-anchor Cynthia Izaguirre in 30-second commercials and billboards.

Question: I know it's been nearly a year after his firing, but do you know where Regent Ducas is now?

Answer: Ducas had a stormy 5-month tenure as CBS11 news director before being dropped on Aug. 31st. The station said he intended to "pursue other interests."

He landed at ABC station WLNE-TV in Providence, R.I. as an interim news director brought in to help punch up the station's ratings for last November's "sweeps" period. He remained with WLNE until mid-April, when he was replaced by B.J. Finnell, hired from WOIO-TV in Cleveland, where he had been assistant news director. Ducas also helped re-launch the station's Web site during that time.

"I am not sure what he is working on these days," WLNE vice president and general manager Stephen Doerr said in an email reply. "I know he had a difficult time in D-FW, but he provided a lot of energy, passion and focus when we really needed it here. Great leadership and very well-liked by the staff."