It has been almost two months since a Norfolk Southern train derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, changing its residents’ lives forever. What if something like this happens 40 miles down the track – in Pittsburgh? Chronicle: Trouble on the Tracks will examine these questions in detail.
TV Marketers At ‘Programming Everywhere’ Event To Preview The Future Of Local News
TVNewsCheck’s Programming Everywhere event addresses the programming challenges local TV stations face to fill hours of openings in their schedule with content. TV marketers on site will “get stimulated with lots of concrete ideas to bring back and implement at their stations,” says Michael Depp, TVNewsCheck editor and a moderator at the conference.
New Jobs Posted To TVNewsCheck
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for two evening news anchors, two weekend anchor/MMJs, a local sales manager, an account executive, a director/technical director, a chief meteorologist and a daybreak anchor.
KING’s Female Anchors Write To Themselves To Celebrate Women’s History Month
If you could write a letter to your younger self, what would you say? At KING in Seattle, Olivia Roberts, one of KING’s marketing producers, conceived and produced a campaign featuring three of the station’s women anchor/reporters writing a letter to themselves.
Alabama Broadcasters Name Best TV Station And Present Dozens Of Other Awards
In addition to “Station of the Year,” Alabama Broadcasters gave awards to TV stations in more than 40 categories including best promotions, local TV commercial, local sports, social media, podcasts, reporter, investigations and weather, just to name a few. You can watch them here.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Focuses On Mental Health Throughout March
“I am so encouraged at the life changing and maybe even lifesaving potential that Sinclair Cares mental health support can have,” says Ardis Gonzalez Leon, Sinclair’s director of corporate marketing and promotion. “It’s companywide because mental health is something that affects every single person no matter where you live.”
Local TV Sales Use AI To Recruit New Advertisers
Local TV sales teams can call on a business and show them a polished spec spot that takes just five minutes to make. “It’s translating into more clients and more revenue,” says Rye Addis, the general sales manager at KOAM Pittsburg, Kan.
New Jobs Posted To TVNewsCheck
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a director of sales, an account executive, a news photographer, creative services writer, a local sales manager and a photographer/editor.
The 20th KGW Great Food Drive Aims To Provide 1.2 Million Meals
The 20th annual KGW Great Food Drive is on throughout March. The food drive is a major public service campaign by Tegna’s NBC affiliate in Portland, Ore., that addresses hunger issues in communities throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Misty, WTVQ’s Weather Dog, A Hit With Viewers And The Newsroom
When Dillon Gaudet, morning meteorologist on WTVQ, Morris Multimedia’s ABC affiliate in Lexington, Ky., adopted a dog, he was mostly looking for a companion. “But the relationship that Misty has built with the entire newsroom has really stunned me,” says Miranda Combs, WTVQ’s news director.