Having the veterans tell their stories from the deck of USS The Sullivans is a key visual element of a special program WJXX is airing, Voices of Valor WWII 75 Years Later.
In 2020, local TV news branding and marketing was very different. What about in 2021? What messages are you crafting about your news coverage?
Local TV stations continue to hold fund raisers to help food banks in their communities provide food for the hungry, many of whom are seeking help for the first time due to Covid.
Delivered by their on-air talent, the spot not only highlighted how viewers adapted to the changes in their lives, but also thanked them for their generosity supporting various station community projects.
TV stations owned by Weigel, Nexstar, Sinclair, Gray, Tegna, Hearst, and Sunbeam in markets all over the country are responding to help those in need in their communities with food, toys, clothing, rent assistance and even restaurants hit by the pandemic.
TV stations help their local communities countless ways, year after year. These days, the need for food, warm clothes, toys, and Thanksgiving turkeys is much greater because of the pandemic. And stations are responding to the need.
Thousands of families are turning to the Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte because they can’t afford to buy holiday gifts for their children, with applications up nearly 40% for children age 0 to 12 years old.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include an opening for a multimedia marketing producer at KING in Seattle.
Chris Daniels, chief reporter at KING Seattle, has been captured on camera at least 32 times drinking with local and state politicians. “I just don’t want to do politics the way it has been done in the past.”
The specials investigated the roots and results of systemic racism in Austin in housing, health care, education, criminal justice and police brutality.