At precisely 6 p.m. Tuesday — just six hours before a new year begins — CLTV will sign off the air forever. With that, a 27-year piece of Chicago broadcast history will come to an end — the victim of a changing media landscape, a proliferation of digital news sources and out-of-town owners who took over parent company Tribune Media earlier this year.
For many New Yorkers, the cable news channel NY1 has been a steady, scrappy and sometimes quirky companion for a quarter century with its no-nonsense coverage of exclusively local news and issues, 24 hours a day. But change landed hard on NY1 and its viewers this week, in the form of layoffs for about a dozen employees, part of a shift in direction that employees said has been underway since Charter took over in May 2016.
Newton, Mass.-based regional cable news channel NECN today announced it is revamping its anchor lineup, including moving anchor Latoyia Edwards to mornings. Edwards, who was previously the station’s evening anchor, will be paired with co-anchor Brian Shactman and chief meteorologist Matt Noyes weekday mornings from 5 to 9 AM on NECN This Morning starting Monday, […]
The cable system already has a 24-hour news channel in Austin, TWC News on Channel 8, which was initiated 15 years ago. Time Warner Cable is mum on details of the new channel: “We will provide more information in the near future,” said Melissa Sorola, director of public relations for Time Warner-Texas.