TVU Networks, a provider of cloud and IP-based live video solutions, this summer helped KMBC, the Hearst Television ABC affiliate in Kansas City, Mo., overcome the technical challenges associated with producing a live, local news special on race and policing during a time when the COVID-19 pandemic restricted in-studio production by bringing in guests remotely […]
Hearst-owned ABC affiliate KMBC Kansas City, Mo. (DMA 32), will debut a new newscast on co-owned CW affil KCWE. KMBC 9 News at Noon will be a one-hour local newscast airing weekdays starting Sept. 21. The newscast will be anchored by Rob Hughes. Weather coverage will be provided by meteorologists Katie Horner and Neville Miller. […]
The new newscast debuts on April 25 and will bring the Hearst ABC affil in Kansas City’s local news coverage to 51 hours a week.
Shannon Hart has been promoted to general sales manager for KMBC and Jason Ferguson will assume the same role for KCWE.
Knowing what he wanted to do at the age of 10, Larry Moore has been a TV journalist since 1968, helping take a “pretty bad” KMBC to the top of the ratings in Kansas City. And that’s where he and the station have stayed since, weathering a host of technological changes and innovations that have come since.
A grand jury issued subpoenas Monday to all the market’s network affiliates — KCTV, WDAF, KMBC and KSHB — requesting any raw footage of interviews with missing infant Lisa Irwin’s family, friends or neighbors.
Hearst moves the head of its KETV Omaha, Neb., to run its Kansas City ABC-CW duo, succeeding the retiring Wayne Godsey.
The head of Hearst’s ABC-CW duopoly in Kansas City, Wayne Godsey, will retire later this year after more than 40 years in local television.