Brek Bolton, weekend meteorologist at KSTU, Scripps’ Fox affiliate in Salt Lake City, has been providing a sign language forecast on Facebook for the past five years.
Meet Ben Winslow, a “multi-platform journalist” at Tribune’s KSTU in Salt Lake City, Utah. He’s on Twitter, he’s on Facebook, he co-hosts a podcast — and oh yes, he’s also on TV. But Winslow is not just posting his work to different platforms; he is using each one in a distinctive way.
Beginning April 25, the Tribune Fox affiliate will offer two hours of news starting at 11 a.m. Monday through Friday.
Marc Sternfield, assistant news director at the Tribune-owned Salt Lake City Fox affiliate, gets bumped to the top slot as ND Renai Bodley leaves.
Kerri Cronk, an anchor at the Fox affiliate, was napping when a woman armed with a crowbar broke into her house Monday afternoon. After threatening family members, the woman left in the family’s car. No one was hurt.
On Tuesday night, the Salt Lake City Fox O&O almost did something unheard of in local TV news — it came close to completely ditching its late newscast. Station GM Tim Ermish said it was the result of “just a technical malfunction with the news systems. First time it’s happened in 10 years.”