Race in Philly: One Year Later will examine what has transpired over the past year since George Floyd’s murder, as well as what steps are being taken in response by the city.
KTTV Los Angeles is airing Rising Up, a five-part docuseries, all this week in place of its normal 6 p.m. newscast. The series weaves together more than 25 interviews with activists, thought-leaders, law enforcement, politicians, journalists and protesters to tell the stories of the social justice movement in Los Angeles.
The trial of Derek Chauvin, the ex-cop accused in the death of George Floyd, will be televised live in its entirety by KMSP, the Fox-owned affiliate in Minneapolis, the first time in the history of Minnesota that cameras are being allowed to show the entire live proceedings in a criminal trial.
Local TV marketers are navigating new territory so far in 2020, one few could have seen coming. In March, routine and normal turned into uncertainty and fear as the pandemic spread around the country. But what about now? What are your plans going forward?
Since George Floyd’s death, more than 200 incidents have been reported of journalists being targeted in cities all over the country. TVNewsCheck is conducting a lunch-time webinar on Tuesday, June 30, at 1 p.m. ET for an hour-long conversation with journalists fresh from their in-the-streets coverage.
What if TV stations used some of their advertising airtime for messages that address social issues like injustice, racism, and discrimination? “We can be a force for good,” says Emily Barr, president of Graham Media Group, which owns seven stations.