New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings at Sinclair and Nexstar stations for sales management in Las Vegas and Indianapolis, and a creative services director opening for Graham’s station in Roanoke, Va.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a news anchor/reporter and a meteorologist/reporter for stations owned by Lockwood Broadcasting and Heartland Media.
Enrich your taste buds while enriching your mind, you might say. That’s because this week, Chronicle: Brews of the ‘Burgh taps into the rich history and bold future of brewing in western Pennsylvania.
“We are a very small company,” said Michael Palmer, WVII and WFXV’s general manager. “We are unencumbered by layers of bureaucracy. So we came up with this idea and we made it happen. I think we came up with a winning formula.”
KSBW, Hearst’s dual NBC/ABC-affiliates in Salinas, California, devoted an entire broadcast and on-line day to raise funds and collect food and toys as part of their Project CommUNITY initiative.
New jobs posted to TVNewscheck’s Media Job Center include openings for sales directors at the Nexstar duopoly in Indianapolis and Standard Media’s ABC affiliate in Lincoln, Neb.
On Dec. 3, 1979, 11 young people were killed before The Who concert started at Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati. Band members Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey share detailed personal accounts of what happened, and the pain of the losses they have lived with for 40 years.
WPVI Philadelphia doesn’t just broadcast the parade, it produces it in its entirety. More than 10,000 parade volunteers, marchers, dancers, singers and performers will participate in the parade this year. “We take enormous pride in presenting this wonderful parade to the city we love,” said Bernie Prazenica, WPVI’s general manager.
The KOATs for Kids coat drive began on November 18th and ends on December 20th. Donations will be collected at all area partner locations. “Every year, we are amazed at the outpouring of support, said Lori Waldon, KOAT’s general manager.
Beginning in the EyeOpener newscast at 6 a.m. until 7:30 p.m., WCVB aired live cut-ins throughout the day during regularly scheduled programming featuring various topics related to helping heal the invisible wounds of war.