The Station Summit returns to an in-person event next month, and Promax organizers provide a look at what’s on tap each day for local TV station attendees including one session designed especially for first-time managers.
Jim Gardner, longtime news anchor at WPVI, the ABC-owned affiliate in Philadelphia, is reducing his anchoring schedule as he plans to retire at the end of 2022 after more than four decades in broadcast.
Eyewitness to 9/11: Behind the Lens, features never-before-seen footage, firsthand accounts and riveting testimonies from WABC reporters, anchors and staff who were live on-air or reporting the day of the 2001 attacks in New York.
An unvaccinated viewer watching a newscast on First Coast News in Jacksonville says she was so “confident with the information it gave” that she scheduled and received a vaccine. Not only that, but she sent First Coast News an email thanking them. The station then turned the email into a testimonial spot.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include an opening for a news producer at KTRK, the ABC/Walt Disney Television O&O in Houston.
KAUZ, American Spirit’s CBS affiliate in Wichita Falls, Texas, is running a promo for the station’s weather app that appeals to all those who don’t like cutting the grass.
TVNewsCheck’s upcoming schedule of free webinars is the perfect accompaniment to whatever you’re having for lunch. So gather your tribe, order in and pick from TVNewsCheck’s upcoming free webinars to find the one that fits your job function.
KOMO in Seattle airs a story every week from an on-going series called Eric’s Heroes, generating tens of thousands of comments filled with loving, emotional examples of how the series has touched their hearts.
In 1981, two skywalks collapsed in the lobby of Kansas City’s Hyatt Regency Hotel, killing 114. At a time of increased scrutiny of the integrity of structures, Hearst’s KMBC there will air an hour-long documentary on the worst structural disaster of its time.
New jobs posted on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for general managers, a news director and an executive producer.