Armed with a smartphone linked to Facebook Live, Lauren Day, a reporter for Entravision’s KMIR Palm Springs, Calif., this week went door to door checking on viewers’ homes in the mountains where a massive wildfire is burning.
OTA Broadcasting, which operates KMIR (NBC), KPSE (MNT) and KMIR.com in Palm Springs, Calif. (DMA 146), announced today that meteorologist Mike Everett will be joining the KMIR news team as […]
The sale of a full-power and LPTV by OTA Broadcasting to Entravision Communications tops the latest list of TV station transactions submitted to the FCC for its approval, according to BIA/Kelsey.
It’s paying OTA Broadcasting $21 million for NBC affiliate KMIR and MNT affil KPSE-LD. Spectrum speculator OTA bought the two from Journal in 2014 for $17 million.
The new head of news for the Palm Springs NBC affiliate is making the move from KUSI San Diego.
The former GM of KMIZ Columbia, Mo., will oversee OTA Broadcasting’s NBC-MNT duopoly in Palm Springs, Calif.
The modestly-sized California market is poised to experience some massive mobile advertising spend increases, and Gannett and KESQ are getting ready for the boom.
News-Press & Gazette Company and Journal Broadcast Corp. convinced the FCC to uphold their nonduplication claims against KNBC and KCBS Los Angeles in favor of their KESQ and KMIR, respectively.