New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a promotion manager, a marketing producer and two sales account executives.
WUSA Washington GM Richard Dyer is promoted to senior vice president, adding WLTX Columbia and WFMY Greensboro to his oversight, while Kate Morris is named president and general manager of KPNX Phoenix.
Last week on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center, new jobs in highly desirable markets were posted for a TV news producer at Capitol Broadcasting’s WRAL in Raleigh, N.C., and for an assignment editor at Tenga’s KPNX in Phoenix.
Five mornings a week, Paul Gerke performs typical morning-anchor duties as part of the Today in Arizona team on Tegna’s KPNX Phoenix. But on some Fridays, he steps away at 6 a.m. and delivers a segment of his own — Paul’s Extra Point — that is resonating on social media by breaking away from the standard TV formula.
Tegna-owned NBC affiliate KPNX Phoenix (DMA 11) has selected Mediaproxy’s LogServer software solution for its next-generation compliance and monitoring. LogServer captures and logs all KPNX broadcast content. For monitoring of broadcast video and ATSC transport streams, KPNX has upgraded its master control room with Mediaproxy’s LogPlayer client software and Monwall multiviewer. The software-based Monwall provides […]
Anticipating FCC authorization of the ATSC 3.0 broadcast standard on Thursday, the consortium of leading station groups is planning to set up experimental 3.0 station next spring to explore service enhancement and business opportunities. The project will also include creatng a “lighthouse” station to continue regular digital service to existing sets. Joining Pearl (Cox Media, E.W. Scripps, Graham, Hearst, Meredith, Nexstar, Raycom and Tegna) in the effort will be Fox, NBCUniversal and Univision.
Tegna moves him from the top sales post at its KUSA Denver to run its Phoenix NBC affiliate.
Night after night in the summer, KPNX’s Matt Price must deliver the same news to his television viewers: It’s really, really hot out there.
In the wake of the February sweep, she told her staff Tuesday that she was leaving the Tegna NBC affiliate in Phoenix.
Tegna-owned NBC affiliate KPNX is in a razor-close race with Fox O&O KSAZ for local dominance in Phoenix’s social media, according to Shareablee data. For now, it’s KPNX in a photo finish.
KPNX Phoenix; WFTS Tampa, Fla.; WLTX Columbia, S.C.; and WTSP Tampa, Fla., as well as WNET New York will be honored at the June 20, 2015, ceremony honoring “accurate and fair reporting about important issues that are powerfully told.”
With a towering 3 million-plus uniques in October, Gannett’s carefully nurtured online operation, which combines the efforts of its NBC affiliate KPNX and its Arizona Republic, swamps its nearest competitors, MyFoxPhoenix.com and Scripps’ ABC15.com. Along with winning in audience, AZCentral now generates 20% of Gannett’s total revenues in the sprawling Phoenix DMA.