Fiesta, Dia De Los Muertos, and the Spur’s Wemby (Victor Wembanyama) give the South Central Texas market reasons to celebrate. Pictured: KSAT anchors David Sears and Myra Arthur deliver the news from San Antonio’s giant Fiesta event.
Tegna’s CBS affiliate KENS San Antonio, Texas, and the official TV station of the San Antonio Spurs, will air 11 Spurs games exclusively during the 2023-24 season. Spurs games appearing […]
TV stations are finding ways to use social media to engage users with their product and talent. Learn what one station GM says is the most powerful way of using social media right now.
Creative services directors and marketing managers at stations owned by Hearst, Nexstar, Scripps, Tegna and Morgan Murphy weigh in on how they’re using social media and the results they see.
Experienced multimedia journalists and employment experts urged MMJs to compel their bosses to be more proactive about field safety in a second virtual town hall for MMJs sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists last Saturday. MMJs have more newsroom clout than they think, experts said.
The Tegna CBS affiliate in San Antonio teamed up with RIP Medical Debt, a charitable organization that purchases medical debt from collectors at a deep discount. KENS wrote a check for $15,000 to buy more than $2 million in overdue debts.
The Dallas ABC affiliate’s current GM Brad Ramsey becomes Tegna senior vice president and Carolyn Mungo, executive news director is promoted to VP-station manager.
A hundred people — including all of the morning, noon and evening anchors — an outside shoot in a public place, elaborate costumes and everybody dancing in one continuous shot. Take a look.
Tegna CBS affiliate KENS leads San Antonio’s Facebook action mainly due to listening to what people want, and it’s more than just news. Gregory Matthews, KENS’ digital media director, attributes the station’s success on Facebook to listening to what interests people and following social trends. “We are long past the days of telling the audience what they ought to care about,” he says.