The victims of sex trafficking are from every race, religion, neighborhood and ZIP code. Sold for Sex: A WGN News Special shows how some women survived the sex trade.
WPVI will distribute 10,000 Kidde smoke alarms to local families in need. Since 1992, with the help of local fire companies, the station has distributed hundreds of thousands of smoke alarms to residents throughout the Philadelphia area.
A new set that resembles a trendy downtown apartment that’s been converted from industrial space is now the workplace for the newscasts at WDAF in Kansas City. “What we ended up with is a mix of old and new, gritty and modern; just like KC,” said Danielle Ray, creative services director.
Sinclair called on Miami-based 2C Creative to produce broadcast and social trailers promoting its new streaming app, STIRR, a free, ad-supported streaming service that combines the best of local and national news, sports and entertainment.
8,000 people in need are warmer today thanks to WAVY’s 10 On Your Side Coats for Families campaign. This is the most to date in the station’s 20-plus years of hosting the campaign.
When a local TV station invests millions to own and operate its own helicopter, it expects that chopper to be promoted as part of the station’s coverage brand. And so we’ll see examples of how local TV stations around the country have promoted their choppers over the years
TV stations have been using helicopters to broadcast images from the air since 1958. And since then, stations have been marketing and advertising their choppers as part of their news brand. And as the aircraft have gotten more high tech, so have the promos.
The Motor City hosts one of the largest auto shows in the country, and WXYZ has complete coverage of the week–long event including a half-hour special this Saturday night.
Chrissy Funk, WPEC’s creative service director, says her creative team worked crazy shifts, shooting all hours, to gather imagery for this brand campaign featuring custom music from Noise Distillery.
This spot isn’t really about snow at all. I like this spot because it didn’t resort to scary news footage of snow. Instead, its simple studio production using fake snow and happy meteorologists dovetailed with its message.