KFSN in Fresno, California, created an hour-long documentary examining California’s fentanyl epidemic and released it on streaming platforms a week before its broadcast on television. Why? “That is where we see the future of broadcasting,” says Tim Sarquis, KFSN’s executive producer of content development.
While California is grappling with income inequality, wildfires and earthquakes, some say the state is not the home they remember. California Dreaming: The Future of the Golden State is a five-part series from ABC Owned Television Stations, in partnership with National Geographic, that will look at the future of what the California dream means and the people […]
ABC Owned Television Stations moves him up from news director to lead all operations in Fresno.
Great stories don’t grow on trees. But ABC O&O KFSN Fresno, Calif., found one that grows on vines.
An aggressive use of Facebook (as well as dominance on Twitter and Instagram) has pushed the ABC O&O KFSN Fresno, Calif., to the front of the pack among local media on social according to Shareablee data. Paul Greeley looks at the station’s content cat-and-mouse game on the platform, as well as its growing use of Facebook Live.
Graham Media’s KPRC (NBC) in Houston is looking for a news assignment editor. ABC Television’s O&O KFSN in Fresno, Calif., needs a promotion and digital brand manager. Hearst Television’s KCCI (CBS) in Des Moines, Iowa, wants an assistant creative services director. Calkins Media is searching for a digital video publishing director in Levittown, Pa. To see all job openings, visit our Media Job Center by clicking here.
WCVB Boston’s recent online coverage of the retirement of longtime anchor Susan Wormick can serve as a guide for how other stations should handle the retirement of one of their veteran, well-liked news personalities. Also this week, we look at some proof of performance spots and some social media tips.
With this addition, the live, 24/7 linear broadcast network streaming service is now available in all eight ABC Owned Station markets with KFSN roll-out. Hearst Television also plans to launch the Watch ABC service in its 13 ABC station markets, which include Boston, Pittsburgh, Kansas City and Milwaukee, in the coming months.
He has been acting news director since former ND Tracey Watkowski left for KGO San Francisco last month.