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A New Mexico television station abruptly canceled its evening newscasts Sunday after an unknown man walked into the building and onto the station’s news set. In a brief statement late Sunday night, Nexstar CBS affiliate KRQE said it had to abandon the two newscasts while police searched the building in downtown Albuquerque.
A directive from Media General’s CBS affiliate in Albuquerque to its employees about news coverage involving advertisers raises questions — especially with the timing coming hours after management removed a reporter from a story critical of a “client.”
In Albuquerque, N.M., the Albuquerque Journal’s paywall — erected in 2001 — has let the rest of the market’s online players catch up to the top site. Now, with aggressive mobile plans, the area’s TV sites are poised to break out.
Licensed to Durango, KREZ is now retransmitting LIN’s CBS affiliate in Albuquerque, N.M., KRQE. The buyer is Native American Broadcasting, which is paying $2 million, according to an FCC filing. No word yet on Native American’s plans for the station.