CNN President Jeff Zucker has joined the chorus asking tech and ad firms to help monetize news on mobile platforms. “Otherwise, good journalism will go away,” Zucker said in Barcelona.
Fox O&O WTTG Washington will introduce a new week in review news program, Like It or Not, on Friday, March 2. Like It or Not will debut as a six-week preview and will encompass news from the week in politics, entertainment and pop culture. The program will air Fridays at 10:30 p.m. and repeat Saturdays […]
The longtime newsman has been with Sinclair since 1991. The company’s CEO Chris Ripley said: “As we expand our local newscasts to 24/7 content centers and reach consumers on multiple devices and platforms, Scott will play a key role in leading our bright future of mobility, social and direct-to-consumer.”
Fox News has come out victorious in a blockbuster ruling on Tuesday that could cause a sharp derailment in the sharing of clips from the cable network. In the decision, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals analyzes copyright fair use and comes to the conclusion that TVEyes, a media monitoring service, went too far by giving its customers the ability to watch virtually all of Fox News’ content.
A network spokeswoman says that a ssocial media tory that Smith has been let go for his “obvious disrespect for President Trump” is “completely false.” Smith was on the air Monday afternoon in his regular time slot.
The newspaper is working with production company Left/Right on what it describes as “an ambitious television news series that seeks to combine the range and authority of Times journalism with immersive storytelling, innovative visuals and best-in-class production values,”
Meteorologist Bryan Norcross, who first started his Miami television career at WPLG in 1983, returns to the station in the role of hurricane specialist. Norcross teams up with Max Mayfield, former director of the National Hurricane Center and WPLG’s hurricane specialist since 2007. Norcross and Mayfield bring their hurricane forecasting experience to the Local 10 […]
Editor James Bennet promised a re-invention of the paper’s op-eds. It’s put him in the crosshairs.
CNN, The Miami Herald and The South Florida Sun Sentinel filed a civil lawsuit in Broward Circuit Court today in an effort to obtain footage of the outside of the building where the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School took place earlier this month.
The Society of Professional Journalists today announced that veteran journalist and association leader Alison Bethel McKenzie will become its 20th executive director. “Alison is a game changer for SPJ,” said SPJ National President Rebecca Baker. “Her track record of successes, both as a working journalist and a tireless advocate for press rights and the practice of […]
Susan Sullivan’s last day will be in early March. She joined the NBC O&O in 2009.
Eliminating conspiracy videos in the wake of the Parkland shooting is like a game of content moderation whack-a-mole.
The assistant news director is promoted to succeed the retiring Rose Ann Shannon at Hearst’s ABC affiliate in Nebraska.
Yesterday, National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch, speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference, said: “Many in legacy media love mass shootings.” RTDNA condemn her remarks and said today, in part: “We cannot make our communities better if we do not understand them, and as journalists we have dedicated our lives to uncovering challenges, understanding issues and uplifting each other’s voices. We are journalists and we do what we do because you have a need to know and understand the world around you.”