To meet the need as people continue to struggle during the coronavirus pandemic, the Greater Boston Food Bank distributed over 9.5 million pounds of food in April, eclipsing the 8.1 million pounds distributed in March, now the two largest distribution months in the food bank’s history.
A Patriots’ Day of Giving rallied people in their homes with special Boston Marathon programming, including a rebroadcast of the 2014 and 2018 races as well as an airing of BOSTON: The Documentary, the definitive history of the race.
Through on-air broadcasts, Facebook updates, and website stories, local TV news operations are providing a reliable source about all the constant changes that seem to happen every minute. Let me know what your station is doing during this crisis. I’ll post updates as I get them.
Santa, in one continuous 30-second take, stops by the news anchor desk, a dairy farmer endorses a morning weather lady and a punchy political coverage spot are some of the new promos from Boston, Milwaukee, Tampa and other markets around the country.
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.
Two of Chronicle’s long-time leaders, Chris Stirling, executive producer, and Susan Sloane, managing editor, will be inducted as a team into The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Boston/New England Chapter’s Silver Circle in November.
NewsCenter 5 Primetime: State of Gridlock is an in-depth look at the causes, the failures and the potential fixes to Boston’s traffic gridlock and the daily frustration it is causing to thousands of commuters trying to navigate the pitfalls of public transportation and local highways.
New opportunities posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in creative services, news and traffic from Cox, Gray, Paxton Media and Fox.
New ads posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in Roanoke, Va., and Boston in digital services and creative services posted by Gray and Hearst.
Last week on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center, NBC, NewsNet, Nexstar, NewsHub and Hearst posted new job openings. They are for operations in Boston, Kansas City, Little Rock, Columbus, Ohio, and Cadillac, Mich. Yes, Cadillac, just 50 miles east of Lake Michigan and 50 miles south of Traverse City.