“The team did a great job on social media,” said Wendy Bernier, KVLY’s creative services director, “relaying information about road closures, troubles facing state troopers, and the overall message of, stay home, stay safe and know conditions are dangerous. They tackled every closing and delay that came into the newsroom and kept viewers informed.”
The four-and-a-half-hour broadcast will ring in 2020 with viewers in Nevada, California, Washington, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Hawaii and Oregon.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include an opening for a morning news executive producer at the CBS O&O in Dallas-Ft. Worth, KTVT.
Carol Ward, general manager of WAVY and WVBT said, “It is an incredible asset to have these professionals on our side.” According to Ward: “WAVY is Hampton Roads‘ leading source for news, weather, traffic and sports and it is no doubt due to the daily contribution of Don Roberts, Don Slater and Bruce Rader.”
In one sweeping, unedited shot, the Fox New York O&O’s promo shows off the anchor desk, entertainment nook, cooking station, performance stage, weather station, traffic station and interview couch.
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.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include five openings in news at Newsmax Media in the Nation’s capital.
Most news ratings that change in any market year-to-year are measured in single digits. You rarely see a station grow its ratings in one newscast by 30% or more. But that’s exactly what Meredith’s WSMV Nashville did, not just in one newscast, but across five of its early evening newscasts.
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.
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.