The coldest temperature recorded in Albuquerque was minus 50 degrees in 1951. So New Mexican children need warm coats to be winter weather ready. And KOAT, Hearst’s ABC affiliate there, is helping with itsannual KOATs for Kids coat drive that starts this week.
KSWB San Diego took advantage of people watching a Fox network program to topically promote its late news and the next day’s morning news. The results were impressive.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a news producer, a traffic coordinator and a digital sales manager for stations owned by Hearst, Nexstar and the Get After It Media network.
Ty Carver’s “Open Mike” opinion piece, Local TV Faces ‘The Great Resignation’ on TVNewsCheck on Oct. 8 started quite the debate. Here I respond specifically to some of Carver’s observations in his op-ed.
CBS O&O KDKA Pittsburgh is launching its Turkey Fund on Wednesday, Oct. 13, marking the 40-year anniversary of providing food for local families during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Devlin Design Group captured the Gold and Silver Awards in the Set Design category at this year’s Promax Local Awards.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for an assistant chief engineer, an IT engineer, an IT administrator, an MMJ and an anchor/reporter for stations owned by Gray, Nexstar and Hearst.
On the hottest day of the year, WFTV made it snow in Orlando. “We had neighbors coming out and saying, whoa, what is going on, is this snow in Florida?” says Anthony Cervantes, WFTV’s director of retail services.
Chicago Live Again features highlights from Navy Pier’s event, including performances by Chicago Shakespeare Theater, the Black Ensemble Theater, Chicago Children’s Choir, and Broadway in Chicago’s Production of Disney’s Frozen Among Performances.
These awards honor the best examples from TV stations in the U.S. More than 100 judges from stations across the country chose 100 gold and silver award winners in 50 categories.