KNTV, branded as NBC Bay Area, the NBC O&O in San Francisco, is releasing a digital-only investigation into the many causes of California’s inflated housing market that leaves many people of the Bay Area priced out.
Miller is a legendary TV marketer who launched some of NBC’s most iconic shows, including Miami Vice, Golden Girls, Friends, Seinfeld, ER, The West Wing, The Office and 30 Rock among many others. His “Must See TV” campaign remains one of the most memorable and most cited in TV history.
Cynthia Fodor, a journalist with a broadcasting career stretching across four decades and three states, is signing off from KCCI, Hearst’s CBS affiliate in Des Moines, Iowa, on June 1.
Cox Media Group has joined forces with the Veteran Jobs Mission to help veterans and military spouses and partners find and keep jobs. CMG joined a coalition of companies on a mission to help ensure current and former service members and their spouses and partners are part of longer-term talent strategies.
WJXX and WTLV, Tegna’s ABC and NBC affiliates in Jacksonville, Fla., ran a two-week on-air campaign promising viewers that something big was coming. What was coming was four years and $1 million in the making, and it was going to be revealed live during the evening news.
Twelve new jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in news, engineering, creative services and accounting.
“You want to do a quick turn of the spot because Derby’s only relevant on Derby day,” says Kris Baete, WAVE Louisville, Ky.’s marketing director. And finding the right music was key. “It spoke to me and I thought it was a fun edit because of that music.”
Jesus Garcia, Stephen Arnold Music’s creative services producer, got the idea to put the side-by-side together. “We are based in Dallas so we use Dallas and Fort Worth symphony players,” says Chad Cook, Stephen Arnold Music’s VP and creative director.
The WYFF team wanted a versatile set that featured a variety of storytelling venues. The studio had to be flexible, not just within newscasts, but also able to accommodate special programming, such as debates.
“It may not be the traditional way of broadcasting, but it is still getting information out there,” says Morgan Wolfe, TV reporter for KSL in Salt Lake City.