KMOV St. Louis increased viewership for its morning and late news in the fall of 2022. Scott Diener, KMOV’s news director, says since Danielle Ruth Reeves arrived as CSD, “her team has done a great job with the marketing.”
Two women with deep backgrounds in local TV broadcasting have taken separate paths to rise to the top positions at CBS affiliates in Milwaukee and Philadelphia. The fact that they’re sisters “is really cool for both of us,” they say.
Now, broadcasters can post three openings at three different stations/locations. A news producer in Rochester. An MMJ/reporter in Kansas City. A sales director in Fresno. All in one ad.
How much promotional time do ABC, CBS and NBC have in primetime? A fascinating analysis from the Promax Station Summit shows how many promos they have and how they divide the time between all their priorities.
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.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include 19 openings in executive management, business development, sales, tech ops, marketing and news for Nexstar, Hearst, News-Press & Gazette, CBS, Mississippi Public Broadcasting and RNN.
Which Market Share columns were the most viewed in 2021? Articles about morning news promotion, local TV news investigations and a rare weather disaster are on the list.
Wendy McMahon, president, co-head of CBS News and Stations at ViacomCBS, announced that the CBS station group will be hiring to fill a number of newly created positions as executive producers impacting communities (EPIC).
Don Jorgensen, KELO’s 6 and 10 P.M. anchor in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, along with his wife, were in a serious motorcycle accident over Memorial Day weekend. Both spent five nights in the hospital where they both had surgeries. The station followed Jorgensen’s accident, recovery and return in a series of on-air news stories.
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