AP Expands Local Content Partnerships Ahead Of 2024 Election

The new partnerships feature content-sharing agreements with nonprofit outlets based in California (CalMatters), Hawaii (Honolulu Civil Beat), Montana (Montana Free Press), Nebraska (Nebraska Journalism Trust) and South Dakota (South Dakota News Watch).


News Sharing And Collaboration Is Getting Easier And Smarter

Broadcasters are calling on a combination of cloud, software and transport technologies to facilitate collaborating and sharing at a station or across groups. The pandemic has shifted the many news sharing tools into high gear. Above: Dalet Pyramid Cut is Dalet Pyramid’s web-based feature-rich video and audio editor.

Tightrope Takes Reins Of PegMedia.org Community Media Exchange

Nonprofit corporation PegMedia Inc. has transferred ownership of public access media exchange site PegMedia.org to Tightrope Media Systems, developers of the Cablecast station automation, playout and publishing platform. Tightrope will now handle all […]

Bolstering Station Groups’ Content Pipeline At TV2025

Executives from Fox Television Stations, Debmar-Mercury, Sinclair and Litton Entertainment will share how they’re building up robust content pipelines to fortify their independence at TVNewsCheck’s virtual TV2025 event later this month. Register here.

Latakoo, AP Collaborate On Remote Production

Latakoo’s newly launched Manifest integrates with AP ENPS to accelerate news production capabilities for broadcasters.

Latakoo Manifest Allows Intelligent Broadcast Story Tracking

Latakoo, a developer of software workflow solutions for the broadcast and production industry, today announced the launch of Latakoo Manifest, a tool for intelligent indexing of content before it is collected. […]

Veritone Offers Flagship Applications Free For 60 Days

Veritone Inc., the creator an operating system for artificial intelligence, aiWARE, today announced that it will extend free access to its core applications — Veritone Essentials, Attribute and Digital Media […]

Qwilt Building The Uber Of Content Delivery Vetworks


Weather Ch. Makes Local Content, Ad Plays

The Weather Company, parent of The Weather Channel, has begun working with local TV and radio broadcasters, as well as newspapers to sell digital advertising on its website and mobile platforms, Denise Chudy, the company’s senior VP of mid-market and local platform sales, told attendees at BIA/Kelsey’s Leading in Local conference.