MARKET SHARE

Houston TV Stations Join Together In Inspirational Campaign

More Anchors Broadcasting From Homes

MARKET SHARE | DMA 8: HOUSTON

KHOU Documentary Earns Regional Emmy Nomination

KHOU Photog Rescues Kids From Car In Rising Water

DMA 7: HOUSTON

Xavier Walton Joins KHOU As Morning Anchor

DMA 7: HOUSTON

Reporter Josh Marshall To Leave KHOU

MARKET SHARE | DMA 7: HOUSTON

KHOU Surprises 8 Nonprofits With $11,000 Each

Tegna’s KHOU surprised eight Houston area nonprofits with community grants of $11,000 each at the station. The representatives were there thinking they were to attend a meeting.

DMA 7: HOUSTON

Chris Henao Joins KHOU As Asst. News Director

DMA 7: HOUSTON

Reporter Ruben Galvan Back In Houston, On KHOU

DMA 8: SAN FRANCISCO

Josh Hubbard Named KGO Asst. News Director

DMAS 40 & 7

KVUE Meteorologist Erika Lopez Joining KHOU

TVN'S NEW FACILITIES INSIDER

KHOU Houston Is Back, Better Than Ever

The Tegna-owned CBS affiliate began broadcasting from 43,000 square feet of space on Feb. 17. The two-and-a-half floors include a large, flexible studio space, two control rooms, edit suites and a multiplatform live desk where journalists produce for both KHOU’s on-air newscasts and its various digital platforms.

DMA 7: HOUSTON

KHOU Debuts New ‘Great Day Houston’ Studio

DMA 7: HOUSTON

KHOU Debuts New Downtown Studio

KHOU has been in a temporary studio since the station lost its building to Hurricane Harvey. But the Tegna station in Houston is making strides towards settling into a permanent new home. On Friday, the station debuted its new Avenida studio in downtown Houston.

DMA 7: HOUSTON

Reporter/Anchor Sherry Williams Leaving KHOU

DMA 7: HOUSTON

Bobby Springer To Become KHOU VP-GM

Tegna taps the KUSA executive to succeed the retiring Susan McEldoon as head of its CBS affiliate in Houston next year.

DMA 7

KHOU Houston Adds MMJ David Gonzalez

DMA 7

KHOU Houston Signs Lease For New Location

Tegna CBS affiliate KHOU Houston (DMA 7) has solved its headquarters problem caused by Hurricane Harvey, signing a lease for 43,000 square feet of space at 5718 Westheimer in Houston. KHOU will occupy three floors that will include two studios, two control rooms, an open collaboration space for all content producing departments, technical operations, sales and […]

DMA 7: HOUSTON

KHOU GM Susan McEldoon Sets Retirement

She joined the Tegna Houston CBS affiliate in 2004 as sales director and moved into the GM slot in 2007.

DMA 7

KHOU’s ‘Great Day Houston’ Back Live After Harvey

DMA 7: HOUSTON

Jessica Borg Latest Addition To KHOU News

DMA 7: HOUSTON

KHOU Sells Building Flooded By Harvey

DMA 7: HOUSTON

KHOU Reporter Josh Chapin Leaving For NC

DMA 7

KHOU Houston Updates Its Temporary Home

DMA 7

KHOU Opening Downtown Houston Studios

MARKET SHARE | DMA 7: HOUSTON

KHOU’s Police Investigation Wins duPont Award

5 Stations Among duPont-Columbia Winners

They are KNXV Phoenix (Scripps), KARE Minneapolis (Tegna), KHOU Houston (Tegna), KNTV San Francisco (NBC) and WITI Milwaukee (Tribune). Also winning awards are ABC News, CBS News and PBS, plus Netflix, HBO and National Geographic Networks. The awards will be presented on Jan. 16, 2018.

DMA 7: HOUSTON

KHOU Moving Thanks To Hurricane Harvey

MARKET SHARE | DMA 7

For Houston, KHOU Rallies ‘Round The Astros

DMA 8

KHOU Houston Begins Rebuilding After Harvey

TVN TECH

Tech, Ingenuity Help Stations Weather Harvey

The effort of covering the historic storm fully tested Houston stations’ technological and logistical prowess and planning, while straining their human resources. With power and cable outages prevalent, the broadcasters also streamed their coverage continuously over Facebook Live so that folks with a charged smartphone could watch, too. Above, KHOU broadcast news temporarily from the facilities of noncommercial KUHT.

MARKET SHARE | DMA 8

This Morning In Houston – Local TV On Facebook

MARKET SHARE

Texas Stations Use Facebook To Cover Flood

Texas TV stations sitting under a stalled Tropical Storm Harvey are using Facebook, especially Facebook Live, to keep users/viewers informed during this cataclysmic flooding event. Many residents without power can’t watch TV so stations must turn to social media to put information in the palms of people’s hands. Above: KHOU, the Tegna-owned CBS affiliate in Houston, went off the air for a time on Sunday when its studios were flooded.

DMA 8

KHOU Houston Tim Wetzel Leaves For PR Job

DMA 8: HOUSTON

KHOU Anchor Greg Hurst Leaving After 18 Years

DMAS 8 & 17

Jacqueline Crea Leaving KHOU For KMGH

DMAS 8 & 9

KHOU Reporter Drew Karedes Going To WFXT

DMA 8

Reporter Rucks Russell Leaves KHOU Houston

MARKET SHARE (DMA 8: HOUSTON)

KHOU Flooded Bus Facebook Video Goes Viral

DMA 8

Anchor Lily Jang Is Leaving KHOU Houston