WWL in New Orleans used its 65th anniversary to take stock of itself. “In this business, at certain points, you have to make certain that you are still hitting the mark that needs to be hit,” says Tod Smith, WWL’s general manager.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include an opening for a vice president and general manager. Other current jobs posted on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a vice president and general manager, assistant news director, two marketing consultants, weekend content manager, local sales manager, content manager, executive news producer, assistant engineer and reporter/MMJ, maintenance technician and general sales manager.
The Turkey Drive tradition is a partnership between ABC 27 and Second Harvest of the Big Bend – a food bank that serves 16 counties across north Florida. This year’s drive had added importance, as part of the proceeds would go directly to victims of Hurricane Idalia in Taylor County.
How WDIV Detroit’s investigation into an underwater oil pipeline became a broadcasting and digital event is the result of quality content delivered where people want to be served.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a general manager, an assistant news director for morning news, a marketing consultant and a weekend content manager.
The Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas, RTDNAC, announced its annual awards on Saturday night recognizing excellence in both broadcast and digital media in North Carolina and South Carolina. Watch 10 examples from local TV stations in the Carolinas in five local TV news categories.
WNBC and WNJU, NBC 4 New York and Telemundo 47 respectively, announced the return of their annual Supporting our Schools / Apoyando a Nuestras Escuelas, a classroom needs awareness campaign led nationally by NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations.
It can get cold in Virginia. In 1985, temperatures dropped to a record-breaking -30°F in Mountain Lake. That’s why WAVY, Nexstar’s NBC affiliate serving the Hampton Roads-Norfolk-Portsmouth DMA, is continuing its 30-year tradition of collecting new and like-new coats for people in need of all ages and sizes.
WBAL’s new creative services director moves from Hearst’s ABC affiliate in West Palm Beach, WPBF, where he’s been the CSD for 25 years.
Reviving a 1991 music image campaign goes against the “grain of what television news is nowadays, but that is what we wanted to do,” says Cyle Dickens, creative services branding specialist at Gray’s NBC affiliate.