Pandemic Generation: Kids in Crisis shines a light on the real, lasting impacts of remote learning, quarantine and the uncertainty children endured over the past two years.
WXYZ in Detroit has created unique and authentic promos approved by the anchors. “I was very, very pleased with the result,” one says.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for an engineering director, a sales director, two local sales managers, an executive producer, a morning anchor and an anchor/reporter.
WAAY, Allen Media’s ABC affiliate in Huntsville, has been named Alabama’s Television Station of the Year by the Alabama Broadcasters Association. “There is great responsibility that comes with being named Alabama’s Station of the Year, and I’m honored to work side by side with this team of dedicated professionals,” says Mike Wright, WAAY’s general manager.
Here are some local TV news promos focusing on weather, consumer POP’s, award winning news coverage, years of experience, and even one starring penquins. Yes, it’s worth it just for that.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in news, sales, digital, creative services, engineering and technical operations/production.
Sally Kidd, Hearst’s national correspondent in Washington, D.C., handed in her resignation after 17 years covering “thousands of stories, interviews and live shots, 100s of congressional hearings and White House briefings, four presidents, two impeachments, one insurrection and a global pandemic.”
The partnership between WPTA-TV and WBOI-FM is designed to share areas of mutual expertise between the two stations that will serve a wider audience. “To me, a trade is very cost effective,” says Terra Brantley, WBOI’s president. “It is a win-win for the community.”
KTVE and KARD, Nexstar’s Fox affiliate in Monroe, La., combined for five awards from the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters in the small-market category. Rick Boone, KTVE-KARD’s news director dedicates the awards to every member of the news team: “We are a true news family and when we win, we win together.”
Since 2008, WLAE has produced 20 documentaries to preserve New Orleans cultural and to educate the public, says Ron Yager, WLAE’s GM: “We felt that we were the storytellers of New Orleans culture and if we didn’t do these types of stories, nobody else would.”