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.
CoCo Dominguez has been named traffic reporter and lifestyle correspondent at Fox-owned KRIV Houston (DMA 8). Effective Monday, Aug. 21, Dominguez will serve as the traffic reporter for the Fox 26 News at 5 p.m. and contribute entertainment and lifestyle pieces for the Bayou City Buzz, a segment that appears during The News Edge at […]
Fox-owned KRIV Houston (DMA 8) will debut The News Edge at 10 p.m. on Aug. 21. This Monday-Friday half-hour newscast will follow the station’s current late newscast, Fox 26 News at 9 and lead into Fox 26 News Isiah Factor: Uncensored, which will return weeknights at 10:30 p.m. With this expansion, the station will produce […]
Chrisdyann Uribe has joined Fow-owned KRIV Houston (DMA 8) as a traffic reporter. Effective in June, Uribe will handle traffic on weekday morning newscasts, as well as report for various other newscasts. Most recently, Uribe was traffic anchor and general assignment reporter at KEYE Austin, Texas. Prior to that, she was a traffic anchor and general […]
Two locally-produced shows on Fox-owned KRIV Houston (DMA 10) are getting more airtime. The Isiah Factor: Uncensored and What’s Your Point?, which have aired one night a week, will now air nightly Monday through Friday, at 10 and 10:30 p.m. effective today. In addition, KRIV’s duopoly sister station, KTXH (MNT), will broadcast a second run […]