Good to see that Columbia is getting deeper into the TV-on-DVD market (with the upcoming All In the Family set). Now how about Newsradio, one of the best sitcoms of the '90s, and arguably the best workplace sitcom since the '70s? Newsradio has become quite popular since going into syndication (a recent report in a trade publication indicated that it was the most popular syndicated sitcom among male viewers -- no doubt in large part because of the presence of super-babe Maura Tierney). With the brilliant ensemble cast and fast pace, it's the kind of sitcom that really lends itself to multiple viewings, and it's one of the two shows I'd most like to have on DVD (the other being Fox's WKRP, oddly enough; how odd that the world of radio should be such a good setting for TV sitcoms). The first season of Newsradio was only seven episodes, so a complete first season would only need to be a single disc -- so Columbia could put a first-season collection out as an inexpensive "feeler" to see if there's a market for the rest of the series. I think there is.