Twelve new jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in news, engineering, creative services and accounting.
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.”
In 1994, WINK Fort Myers sports anchor Warren Flax, pulled off one of the most original, inventive, creative and fun feats ever seen in local television: He went on strike for 103 days.
Steve Barry is the show runner for NBC’s Small Fortune, which airs on Monday nights at 10. Barry says he developed his chops to be a showrunner by being a local TV news writer/producer at stations in Atlanta, Miami and Fort Myers, Fla.
Mark Lodato, the new dean of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, brings a deep background of local TV news and university teaching and administration experience to the position.
I had a moment with Sean Connery back in 1994 when I was working at WINK, the CBS affiliate in Fort Myers, Fla. The James Bond star was in town shooting a movie.
The Nexstar Fox affiliate in Charlotte, N.C., has a new owner, new general manager and now a new news director, all since March. I caught up with Casey Clark in the WJZY Charlotte newsroom on Thursday, his second day on the job.
If you’re a creative services producer looking for a place with an outstanding news product, a collaborative team approach, the latest equipment, and work for a multimedia company that’s locally owned, you will not find a better TV station than WINK in Fort Myers, Fla.
1st to Fight: Pacific War Marines is the 24th documentary about World War II from Tim Gray, president of the World War II Foundation. Tim Gray is a former local TV sports anchor and reporter who worked at stations in Michigan, Washington State, New York, Rhode Island and Florida.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s MediaJobCenter include openings for a general manager, assistant news director, executive producer, news producers, sales director, digital sales, meteorologists, engineers and reporters in 12 different markets.