Steve Noviello, KDFW’s consumer reporter, and John Kukla, the station’s creative services VP, look back through 20 years of collaboration featuring Noviello’s stories and Kukla’s marketing.
The campaign, “Know My Neighborhood,” introduces viewers to an inside perspective and guided tour of area neighborhoods conducted by people who know them best, the residents.
In a breaking news market like Houston, KPRC’s in-depth investigations stand out. “It’s stories not everyone can commit to doing,” says Natalia Vasquez, the creative director at KPRC.
Jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a sales manager, executive news director, evening anchor/managing editor, promotion manager and broadcast maintenance technician.
Demi Gough, a national news writer and producer at Sinclair’s corporate news hub, says attending Sinclair’s Producer Academy back in 2017 set her on a path to success.
“Books shouldn’t be a luxury,” says Liz Carter, Scripps Howard Fund CEO. “Every dollar raised helps a child start building their home library – setting them on a path to success.”
From now until the end of 2023, WMAQ, NBC’s Chicago O&O, will be celebrating its 75th anniversary looking back at the historic moments that helped shape Chicago. “As we celebrate WMAQ-TV’s historic 75th anniversary this month, NBC Chicago will relive numerous stories that occurred over the decades and honor the on-air and behind-the-scenes trailblazers who helped define our legacy,” says Kevin Cross, WMAQ’s GM.
According to the station, the fleet will provide coverage, tracking and early warning for all of Cincinnati’s changing weather conditions no matter the season.
There is no 1-800 number to get a major market news director to parachute into market 104 on a temporary basis. How WQAD pulled it off is a matter of timing and providence.
Residents in Portland, Maine, are facing a single issue to their cost of living that makes residing there almost beyond the reach of most people. “People are very surprised to learn that the cost of living here is so high,” says Amy Beveridge, the news director for WMTW, Hearst’s ABC affiliate.