The interactive watch party hosted by WCMH, Nexstar’s NBC affiliate in Columbus, Ohio, was also made available to all the Nexstar TV stations. “So if they were watching on desktop, they could click the options with their mouse, or if they were watching on their phone, they could tap the screen to vote,” said Haley Townsend, WCMH’s digital director.
KTNV is encouraging the Las Vegas community to come together and nominate 13 individuals and or organizations who need a miracle. “We encourage our community to share stories of people or organizations in our community that have a critical need in the areas of homelessness, health care, hunger, education, military, first responder or youth sports,” said Chris Way, KNTV’s general manager.
Stephen Arnold Music has expanded its production music library, The Vault, by adding BMG Production Music, one of the world’s largest international music companies. The majority of 187,396 added tracks are new to the U.S. market.
Thanks to WIVB, Nexstar’s CBS affiliate in Buffalo, and their partner, Colvin Cleaners, thousands of kids will be ready for winter this year thanks to their Coats 4 Kids campaign. “As long as there are kids in need and Buffalo winters, we can never collect enough coats, hats, and gloves,” said Dominic Mancuso, WIVB’S general manager.
Not a misspelling, ‘soles’ as in gym shoes. The month-long campaign encouraged Chicago residents across the city and suburbs to donate gently worn or new gym shoes to distribute to those in need by their community partner, Share Your Souls.
Matt Dipirro, KSWO’s chief meteorologist, is also a volunteer fireman. Now if only Matt could make it rain on the fires to put them out. Now that would be a special fireman.
KTHV, Tegna’s CBS affiliate in Little Rock, is freshening up two newscasts. “We can’t wait to serve our audience in new, unique ways,” said Marty Schack, KTHV’s general manager.
The opening is at the Fox-owned duopoly of WTTG-WDCA. This is a fast-paced, large market environment, and candidates should expect to do it all, from station image campaigns to topicals, from sales to digital.
John Steed retired from WBTV after spending 51 years as a cameraman. From film to video, from news to commercials, Steed has shot it all. “I am a little different animal,” Steed says. “I like change. I like learning new things. In fact, I told people if I don’t learn something new every day I feel like it has not been a good day.”
WROC has been recognized by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the State of New York for the station’s news coverage of Hispanic Heritage Month and its commitment to the fair representation of Hispanics.