Ginger Zee’s ‘Boots On The Ground’ Coverage From Hurricane Ian’s Eyewall Was No VacationOctober 10th, 2022 by Paul Greeley
Ginger Zee, chief meteorologist for ABC News, provided her millions of social media followers with behind-the-scenes updates before and during Hurricane Ian as well as live reports on ABC World News Tonight and Good Morning America.
ABC News’ Ginger Zee Special Reports On Clean Energy TonightSeptember 20th, 2022 by Paul Greeley
ABC News Live is streaming a special from ABC News’ Climate Unit and its managing editor, ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee, tonight, Sept. 20, at 8:30 p.m. ET on ABC News Live and Hulu.
The Sweet Spot For Higher TV News RatingsJanuary 24th, 2022 by Paul Greeley
Taking a page from the network news, local TV stations can create a sense of immediacy and urgency right at the beginning of the newscast. “That’s the secret sauce,” says Greg Derkowski, a veteran trainer.
Tomorrow’s NewsTECHForum Conference An ‘Unprecedented Event’December 13th, 2021 by Paul Greeley
TVNewsCheck‘s eighth annual NewsTECHForum takes place tomorrow both in person and via live stream from the New York Hilton. Broadcast executives representing “a wide cross-section of representation will lead discussions about how the news product and technology intersect,” says Michael Depp, TVNewsCheck editor, and executive producer of this year’s NewsTECHForum.
2020 National Murrow Awards To Be Announced LiveOctober 8th, 2020 by Paul Greeley
Hundreds of people will be holding their breaths Saturday night, because, for the first time, the winners of the 2020 National Edward R. Murrow Awards will be announced live during the virtual event.
Iowa Derecho Disaster Gets Scant National TV CoverageAugust 18th, 2020 by Paul Greeley
A week after a rare weather event called a derecho hit eastern Iowa causing massive destruction, reporters in Cedar Rapids say there hasn’t been enough national network TV or cable news coverage.
Iowa News Anchor’s Cry For Help After Rare Weather DisasterAugust 14th, 2020 by Paul Greeley
On Monday, a rare weather event called a derecho hit Cedar Rapids, Iowa. “This derecho has damaged almost every property in a city of more than 130,000 people,” said Elizabeth Malicki, news anchor at KCRG in Cedar Rapids. Malicki wonders why the national press has ignored this story.
Major News Groups On Tap For TVNewsCheck’s OTT News SummitMay 13th, 2019 by Paul Greeley
The event is the first of its kind devoted to exploring every part of the OTT value chain for news organizations from content/programming to back end technology and monetization.