KARK’s new morning news anchor took an RV tour of 36 counties covering 1,600 miles. I’ve seen many promos, and marketing and advertising campaigns that introduce a news personality to a newscast, many of them clever and memorable, but I’ve never seen one quite like this. It flat out works.
Nashville Insider gets picked up by stations across the major station groups Sinclair, Scripps, Hearst, Raycom, CBS O&O’s, Graham Media, Nexstar, Tribune and others.
President Trump’s anti-press tirades “must stop before more journalists are hurt or worse,” says Dan Shelley, RTDNA’s executive director. What is your station doing to stand up to President Trump?
If you picture yourself as a leader, a visionary, someone with versatility, diplomacy and most importantly, creativity, listen up. A family-owned media company needs a marketing director for its Emmy-winning news operation. Great company, quality station.
KGBT down in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas is not only leading on Facebook in market 84, but is outperforming stations in markets that are much larger. “We have 332,881 likes on our Facebook page, more likes than some of the stations that are in the top 20, top 30 markets. I’m excited about that,” says Ronald Marley, KGBT’s digital executive producer.
Tom Skilling started on WGN in Chicago on Aug. 13, 1978. And today, WGN celebrates Skilling’s 40-year legacy all day, culminating in a very special career retrospective video on WGN News at Nine.
Washington Week, one of America’s longest-running public affairs programs, is sounding hip thanks to a jazzy new music package from Stephen Arnold Music.
“It was a privilege working with WETA/PBS to carry out their vision of updating the sonic brand of such an iconic and venerable program, and musically relaying the show’s unique ability to cover serious topics in an intelligent and lively fashion,” said Chad Cook from Stephen Arnold Music.
Eight TV stations in New York and Pennsylvania will broadcast Buffalo Bills pre-season games, potentially reaching more than 4.2 million viewers.
“Our aim was to connect the Buffalo Bills with as many fans as possible across New York State and into Pennsylvania,” said a principal Buffalo Bills owner.
Richmond’s NBC affiliate got real hip in a promo for the Richmond Jazz Fest this weekend.
“We had a little fun with it,” said the creative services director, “should hit home with the locals.”