In The Moms of Magnolia Street, the Bay Area’s KNTV followed three women and their families who illegally moved in and occupied a single-family home that had been vacant for years, beginning a movement addressing government-sanctioned home discrimination, predatory lending and the corporatization of housing.
New TV jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for an Executive Producer, a digital sales coordinator and a graphics design manager for stations owned by Hearst, Gray and Nexstar.
Sherry Carpenter, WJXT’s creative services director, says viewers are already calling the station asking if they can buy The Morning Show bobble heads.
Heartbreak and Hope after COVID: The Donna Fox Story, is a behind-the-scenes story of a hospital nurse whose husband and dad get Covid 19, are treated together and die within days of each other.
WDIV, Graham Media’s NBC affiliate in Detroit, was named “Station of the Year” for the seventh year in a row by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
The trial of Derek Chauvin, the ex-cop accused in the death of George Floyd, will be televised live in its entirety by KMSP, the Fox-owned affiliate in Minneapolis, the first time in the history of Minnesota that cameras are being allowed to show the entire live proceedings in a criminal trial.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for multimedia journalists at WAAY in Huntsville, Ala., and a creative services director for KDRV in Medford, Ore.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for chief engineers in great locations for stations owned by Allen Media, Sinclair, Draper Media and IntrigueTV.
WOIO in Cleveland, brought together experts from all three major hospitals and reps from the Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Cavaliers for a live, hour-long special answering questions about the Covid 19 vaccine.
“Since 2017, we’ve been the over the air home to both the Mets and the Yanks,” says Dave McDonald, WPIX’s promotion manager, “so for our seasonal launch campaigns we like to go as big as we can.”