The station was recognized in the Medium/Small (50+) category for Best Evening Newscast, and Adam Chodak was also recognized in the Commentary/Editorial category as the Best Talent.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a chief engineer, a sales executive and a sales account executive.
WROC has been recognized by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the State of New York for the station’s news coverage of Hispanic Heritage Month and its commitment to the fair representation of Hispanics.
WROC has again been certified the “Most Accurate Forecasters” in Rochester, N.Y., by WeatheRate, the ninth time 10 years. “In a region that can experience 40-plus degree temperature swings, thunder storms, wind storms and snow storms all within a few days, accuracy is critically important and at times, life-saving,” said Wendy Bello, WROC’s general manager.
Two candidates, one running for the first time, will debate live from the studios of WROC Rochester, N.Y., tonight looking to replace a woman who held the seat for more than 30 years. “Last week, we were proud to bring our viewers the New York Gubernatorial Debate, and now we’re honored to not only carry a debate, but also host it in our studio,” said Wendy Bello, WROC’s general manager.
Eight TV stations in New York and Pennsylvania will broadcast Buffalo Bills pre-season games, potentially reaching more than 4.2 million viewers.
“Our aim was to connect the Buffalo Bills with as many fans as possible across New York State and into Pennsylvania,” said a principal Buffalo Bills owner.