KSLA Shreveport Replaces Evening Newscast With Commercial-Free DocumentaryMarch 15th, 2023 by Paul Greeley
News viewers of KSLA, Gray’s CBS affiliate in Shreveport, La., who tuned into the 6 o’clock news on Feb. 28 didn’t see the typical hour-long newscast they would have seen on any other day. That night, the station started with an abbreviated block of news and weather before going through the rest of the hour showing a documentary about Shreveport’s Black history.
Katharyn Howe DeVille Is Right At Home As KTAL’s New CSDJune 2nd, 2021 by Paul Greeley
DeVille, an LSU grad, won’t have to move, or become familiar with the market as Shreveport is her hometown. “The best thing is that I get to do this in my hometown where I am close to my family,” says DeVille.
KSLA Shreveport Doc Prompts Police ChangesJune 1st, 2021 by Paul Greeley
Local police officers responding to 911 calls in the Shreveport area sometimes encounter people suffering mental breakdowns, often leading to tragic results. KSLA’s Breakdown: The Frontline Response to the Mental Health Crisis documentary led to a change in how the area’s first responders react to psychiatric emergencies.
KSLA’s ‘The Good Stuff’, Inspiring Stories Especially These DaysMay 8th, 2020 by Paul Greeley
“The Good Stuff,” billed as stories that inspire, always delivers with stories so uplifting that they often produce a tear or two. And if ever there was a time when local TV news viewers needed a dose of inspiration, it’s now.