“Thank you for coverage during Hurricane Dorian. The calm, practical, truthful, sage educational advice and professional coverage is very much appreciated. No doubt you and our community/state agencies have guided millions in the most organized, well-coordinated efforts I’ve seen in my four decades of living in Florida,” is how one viewer characterized WPTV’s coverage.
Kristie Gonzales was recruited by Tegna to be KVUE’s general manager, even though it was to be her first time in the corner office. “They took a chance on me and they believed in me and supported me during my first year,” she says.
WHO-HD is packing up and hittin’ the road all this week for RVTV 2019, the station’s annual week-long Iowa/Iowa State tailgate party. “We never know quite what to expect, which is part of the fun,” said Keith Murphy, WHO-HD’s sports director.
The program recapped 10 years of Honor Flights for Iowa veterans to Washington. “Being a first-hand witness to the power of Iowa’s Honor Flights has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my career,” said Eric Hanson, KCCI reporter.
Michelle Solomon, The Florida Files podcast producer, said: “It took two months of combing through clippings and archives, interviews and investigating to go back into one of Miami’s most perplexing stories. Still, nothing is cut and dried. Listeners are in for quite an audio journey.”
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An employee snapped this fun picture of WOFL Orlando, Fla., VP-GM Mike McClain flipping burgers in the garage bay at the station during hurricane coverage.
Both shows fall underneath the umbrella, QC Life, a multiplatform lifestyle brand that seeks to educate, empower, engage and entertain audiences throughout the Carolinas.
“What people will see is graphics and a clearer presentation. These will make our stories and severe weather coverage easier to follow,” said Allison Smith, KCCI’s news director.