Emily Brown And Greg Barnhart Join WKBT News Team

Morgan Murphy Media’s CBS affiliate WKBT La Crosse, Wis., has added two new faces to its evening newscasts. Emily Brown and Chief Meteorologist Greg Barnhart will join anchor Ken Kosirowski […]

Journalist Jodi Long Joins KCCI Des Moines

Veteran journalist Jodi Long returns to Central Iowa television on Hearst Television’s CBS affiliate KCCI Des Moines. She will join anchor Laura Terrell and meteorologist Anne Campolongo weeknights on KCCI 8 […]

Texas TV Meteorologist Goes Freelance


WMTW Portland Investigates What’s Driving The Maine City’s High Cost Of Living

Residents in Portland, Maine, are facing a single issue to their cost of living that makes residing there almost beyond the reach of most people. “People are very surprised to learn that the cost of living here is so high,” says Amy Beveridge, the news director for WMTW, Hearst’s ABC affiliate.

Society Of Professional Journalists Cancels 2024 Conference

Anchor Jeff Hullinger Leaving WXIA Atlanta After Nearly 14 Years

Gannett Wants To ‘Save Local Journalism.’ It Thinks Taylor Swift And Beyoncé Can Help

The USA Today parent is sifting through nearly 1,000 applications for reporting jobs covering the singers. Responses have come from Emmy-award-winning journalists, TikTok influencers and a reporter working at the White House.

Erika Josephson Named EP Of ‘NBC News Daily’ With Kate Snow And Zinhle Essamuah

Second Republican Presidential Debate Draws Fewer Viewers Than First, With 9.5 Million Watching

The Wednesday night debate was the second in a row that the front-runner, former President Donald Trump, skipped to have the spotlight follow him instead of his distant rivals. Viewership was down from the 12.8 million who tuned into August’s debate, which marked the first time much of America heard from the other Republicans hoping to take on Trump.

WWL New Orleans-Adds Brandon Walker And Brheanna Boudreaux As Morning Anchors

KING Seattle Reporter Saves Man’s Life With Narcan

Scripps News Wins First National News Emmy Award

Scripps News, a 24/7 broadcast news network available over the air, has won its first national News Emmy Award with its documentary news series, In Real Life. The National Academy of […]

WIAT Birmingham Promotes Dave Nussbaum To Chief Meteorologist

Nexstar’s CBS affiliate WIAT Birmingham, Ala., today promoted Dave Nussbaum to chief meteorologist. Since joining WIAT 2021, Nussbaum has served as a meteorologist for the CBS 42 Storm Team providing […]

KSAZ Phoenix Sets New ‘AZAM’ Team

Fox O&O KSAZ Phoenix will debut a new AZAM morning team. Effective Oct. 2, Desiree Fluellen and Anita Roman will join Ron Hoon and weather anchor Ty Brennan from 4:30 […]

Fox Slashed Ad Prices For Second Debate

Semafor reviewed the rates the network shared with one prospective ad buyer for both the first and second GOP primary debates. For the first debate, the cost of a single 30-second spot topped $495,000. But the same 30-second spot during Wednesday night’s contest cost just over $200,000.

Reporter William Joy Leaves WFAA Dallas

Bloomberg Media Restructures Sales Team

Ilia Calderón’s Questions Stand Out At Debate

The Univision anchor, one of three moderators, caught some candidates off-guard with questions on immigration and hate crimes.

Terri DeBoer Leaving WOOD Grand Rapids After Nearly 30 Years

CNN And Vice Lead 44th Annual News Emmy Awards

The first night of the 44th annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards, honoring the winners in the News categories, was held Wednesday in New York City.

Scripps News Adds Chris Nguyen As Anchor

Chris Nguyen has been hired by Scripps News as an anchor based in the network’s headquarters in Atlanta. Nguyen previously worked for CNN as a national correspondent in Washington, D.C. […]

Former Erie Reporter Sentenced In Fake Stalking Case

WVVA Bluefield, W.Va., Promotes Taylor Hankins To A.M. Anchor

CNN’s New Streaming Counterpart Features A Big Chunk Of Linear Schedule

CNN Max, which debuted Wednesday, has been touted as a way to get news giant’s content out to a increasing number of cord-cutters and consumers who no longer view cable as their primary way to get video entertainment and information. And parent company Warner Bros. Discovery, in the belief, perhaps, that a streaming subscription is just as good as one to a cable or satellite service, is making the bulk of its linear lineup available to the broadband crowd.

Derick Waller, WABC New York Reporter, Stepping Down Due To ‘Grueling’ Schedule

WISH Indianapolis News Adds April Simpson To Anchor Desk

Circle City Broadcasting’s CW affiliate WISH Indianapolis has hired Anchor/Reporter April Simpson to co-anchor its 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts. Simpson brings 20 years of journalism experience […]

Tiffany Wilson’s Fill-In Role Leads To WLWT Anchor Job

Tucker Carlson Finds A New Booster: Russian TV

The American TV personality Tucker Carlson has lambasted the United States for sending too much aid to Ukraine, called Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky “sweaty and rat-like,” and given credence to Russia’s baseless justifications for its invasion. The former Fox News host’s rhetoric on the war — he has called it a U.S.-led “regime-change war” against Russia — and his attacks on Zelensky’s government — “a pure client state of the United States State Department” — aligns so well with the major propaganda points of Russian state television that one channel has decided to broadcast Carlson’s new show on X, formerly Twitter, to millions of Russians, though apparently without Carlson’s permission.

Spectrum News To Launch Networks In Kansas City And Maine

Weekly Cable Ratings: Fox News Recaptures Primetime, Total Day Crowns

Fox News found its way back to the top spot of the cable charts, ending a two-week run at the top by football-fused ESPN. Fox News averaged 1.7 million viewers in primetime for the week of September 18-24 to top all cable networks, according to Nielsen numbers supplied by Fox News. ESPN finished second with 1.5 million viewers, followed by MSNBC with 1.2 million watchers.