If you were watching the Presidential debate Tuesday night, you might have wondered, who’s lying? Who’s stretching the truth? Who’s making claims that aren’t true? WRAL viewers watching on their mobile or digital device received the fact checks in real-time.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include an opening for a weather anchor and reporter in Washington, D.C.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a digital sales manager for a TV and newspaper combo and a broadcast television transmitter technician.
Nearly 1,600 structures have been destroyed and one person has died in wildfires in Santa Cruz and Monterey County. The fires have consumed 269,919 acres and local residents continue to be displaced.
KOAT, Hearst’s ABC affiliate in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and the Albuquerque Journal, will air the first televised debate this Sunday, September 27th with the candidates of the 2nd Congressional District of New Mexico.
“I’m extremely excited to become part of the WBAL family,” said Aletha Rideout. “Throughout the recruitment and interviewing process, what attracted me most about the station was the concerted efforts invested into employees.”
The Scripps Phoenix ABC affiliate won in the Outstanding Regional News Story: Investigative Report category for its Abuse of Force investigative series, which has prompted an FBI investigation into a local police department’s use of force.
“There’s a story here about the importance of what we do, and the resiliency of the people that do it,” wrote Mark Klein, creative services director at KALB in Alexandria, Louisiana. “What’s been accomplished to broadcast life-saving information in Lake Charles and the other surrounding areas that were devastated by Laura is a testament to the strength of the individual stations, and how they’ve worked together under Gray to succeed against all obstacles.”
Brendan Keefe, chief investigative reporter at WXIA, Tegna’s NBC affiliate in Atlanta, has pretty much been a one-man-band since he was hired as a news photographer in 1991. Today, Keefe is the leader of the investigative team at WXIA, and the corporate trainer for all 60 Tegna stations.
Although Hurricane Laura, a category 4 hurricane, spared New Orleans, it did hit the coast of Louisiana west of the city hard causing wide-spread destruction, and forcing many to evacuate to New Orleans. So WDSU stepped up and organized a telethon to raise funds to feed the hungry victims. “Our community knows how devastating it can be to lose everything in a hurricane,” said Joel Vilmenay, WDSU’s general manager.