WUCW, KSTP, WCCO, KMSP and KARE are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.
KMSP in Minneapolis revived and freshened a 20-year-old music image campaign done for its morning news that features the longest-running morning team in the market.
The Minnesota State Fair has wound down, but the 2022 affair made quite a mark. The Great Minnesota Get-Together goes for 12 days, ending on Sept. 5, and a stunning 1.84 million people turned up for it — 540,000 more than 2021. The Twin Cities TV stations were there too, setting up their news operations at the fair, as attendees grab a corn dog and take a seat in the bleachers to watch. Above: WCCO’s (WCCO photo)
KMSP Minneapolis, like most TV stations, has many openings it needs to fill. The station created a recruitment video unlike any other, a wild musical with an eye-catching song and dance number starring its employees.
Fox Television Stations promotes her from news director to oversee all aspects of the Fox-MNT Minneapolis duopoly.
TVNewsCheck‘s Michael Depp talks with Mim Davey, VP of news at Fox-owned KMSP in Minneapolis, about the station’s gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Derek Chauvin trial and how Black Lives Matter and the social justice movement have impacted newsroom priorities.
The trial of Derek Chauvin, the ex-cop charged in the death of George Floyd, will be televised live in its entirety by KMSP, the Fox O&O in Minneapolis, the first time in the history of Minnesota that cameras are being allowed to show the entire live proceedings of a criminal trial.
Fox-owned KMSP Minneapolis, in partnership with Minnesota Public Radio (MPR), today will air Shine On Minnesota: The Replay, a one-hour cut of the original broadcast event featuring local musicians and talent […]
In a memo to the employees of the Minneapolis Fox O&O, Sheila Oliver addresses concerns over safety and security and reveals that the station has “arranged a news sharing ‘network’ with all four news stations to cover certain aspects of this story to avoid sending four crews to the same place. This is a plan without a lot of precedent and we are grateful that the market stations have responded to our request so positively.”
Don’t underestimate the appeal to viewers of getting to know their favorite TV personalities in a more intimate way.
As the world adjusts to coronavirus-related changes at a rapid pace, many in the Twin Cities have grappled with this question: When your job is to talk about sports, what do you do when there are suddenly no games?
Tom Lyden, a KMSP Minneapolis reporter, has spent the past 10 months investigating the crisis facing Minnesota farmers, which culminated in a primetime, hour-long special entitled, Fox 9 Presents, The Last Harvest.
Fox-owned KMSP Minneapolis (DMA 15) has promoted Bisi Onile-Ere to early evening anchor. Effective Monday, May 6, she will co-anchor the half-hour Fox 9 News at 6:30 p.m. and the […]
Effective Monday, Nov 5, Fox O&O KMSP Minneapolis (DMA 15) has added Kelcey Carlson to Fox 9’s 10 at 10 newscast with Randy Meier. In addition, Carlson will continue to […]
Tim Blotz and Naomi Pescovitz have been named co-anchors of the Fox 9 News at 6:30 p.m. and the expanded hour-long Fox 9+ News at 7 p.m. at Fox owned […]
Sheila Oliver, VP and GM of Fox-owned KMSP-WFTC Minneapolis, has been in the market 13 years, joining as general sales manager in 2003 and promoted to GM in 2014. She talks about of the health of the nation’s 15th largest market, Thursday Night Football coming to Fox, and the addition of more news at the duopoly, and eight other Fox O&Os.
Fox-owned KMSP Minneapolis (DMA 15) and the University of Minnesota have collaborated to produce The Richard Pitino Show, set to debut on Jan. 4. It will broadcast live on Thursday […]
Fox-owned KMSP Minneapolis (DMA 15) will debut a weekday 11 a.m. newscast, Fox 9 News at 11, on Sept. 12. The hour-long newscast will follow the station’s pop culture and entertainment […]
The Minneapolis My Network TV affiliate will be known as Fox 9+. In addition to the new evening newscast, it will also rebroadcast co-owned KMSP’s 10 p.m. news at 11.