Scott Altus is making the 1,200 mile move from KOMO in Seattle to KTLA in Los Angeles. He will start his new position June 22nd.
Moving is an occupational hazard in the local TV business. Grant Hermes had a new job to get to in Detroit at WDIV, so he, his fiancé Becca, their 85-pound dog, and 18-pound cat, set out in a pickup truck from Oklahoma City during the coronavirus crisis. Not everything went smoothly.
Everything’s bigger in Texas. Even investigative journalism. Find out why KXAN Austin’s latest investigation involved almost two dozen people in news, digital, production and marketing, and how the station balances that content on TV and digital platforms across all the Nexstar stations in the Lone Star State.
Thursday at 1 ET, join a TVNewsCheck webinar, Turn a Viewership Bump into a Long-Term Trend. Gather your tribe, order lunch in, and prepare to take notes as two station meteorologists and a senior strategist at The Weather Company share their strategies about how to make your news app the go-to-digital site for younger viewers.
TVNewsCheck has extended the special rate of $99 for a two-week job posting through June 30. It also added a package discount — three individual two-week postings for $249.
On May 31, 2019, a Virginia Beach city engineer shot and killed 12 people and seriously injured four others at the Virginia Beach Municipal Center. Today, the Nexstar Media Charitable Foundation will donate $20,000 to The Virginia Beach Tragedy Fund, to assist the families of those killed or wounded during the mass shooting.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in Idaho and Ohio at stations owned by Hearst, Tegna and News-Press & Gazette.
According to a statement from the station, at approximately 9:43 p.m. on Friday night, a Louisville Metro Police Department officer directly aimed and fired pepper balls at WAVE 3 News reporter Kaitlin Rust and her cameramen, James Dobson.
A new spot by WAVE Louisville, Ky., is taking its advertising message up a notch with a 60-second commercial that sells its services with sizzle. The spot not only promotes its creative production and reach to potential advertisers, it also acts a news image spot that sells its news ratings performances as well.
1st to Fight: Pacific War Marines is the 24th documentary about World War II from Tim Gray, president of the World War II Foundation. Tim Gray is a former local TV sports anchor and reporter who worked at stations in Michigan, Washington State, New York, Rhode Island and Florida.