Saying he is “always grateful to be a journalist in this business,” Wilgoren broke the news on his social media accounts Monday. “Hi everyone, Today I am announcing that I will be leaving FOX11. I could not be more grateful to all of you, general manager Steve Carlston and the entire Fox leadership team for their support in my decision,” Wilgoren said. “Steve and I have had some thoughtful conversations about the future of the newsroom in recent weeks and it is clear that right now what is important to the organization is that we have new outside leadership in the vp/news director role to accompany our new direction across the station.”
Fox O&O KTTV Los Angeles will introduce a new anchor lineup for its Good Day LA morning show. Effective next month, Brooke Thomas and Bob DeCastro will anchor from 4 […]
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for an IT manager, two promotions producers, a creative services photographer/editor and a manager of program development.
The veteran broadcaster and former KNBC GM is succeeding Bill Lamb as head of the Fox Los Angeles duopoly.
Fox O&O KTTV Los Angeles has added Christina Pascucci as co-anchor of its weekend news. Effective Oct. 17, she will co-anchor the weekend evening newscasts alongside Susan Hirasuna. In addition, […]
The veteran head of Fox’s Los Angeles duopoly will step down on Oct. 3 after a career of 50 years in television.
Good Day LA anchor Michaela Pereira has decided to leave Fox O&O KTTV Los Angeles. Her last day will be Sept. 9. Pereira has been anchoring from 7 to 10 […]
The Fox Los Angeles O&O needed a partner to reach viewers in one of the city’s fastest growing metro regions and settled on the Ontario International Airport, which handles 6 million travelers annually. A true multiyear partnership was formed that doesn’t involve paid media, but serves both parties.
She’s stepping back to “move on and explore this next chapter of my life” after 20-plus years in newsrooms. Her last day will be July 1.
TV stations are using StreamClick, a cloud-based software service from Megaphone TV, as a production studio. With the tool, someone using a laptop can replicate a broadcast-quality stream without any other equipment.
KTTV, KCOP and KTLA become the first stations in DMA No. 2 to power up ATSC 3.0 technology.
Under the umbrella Destination Education, KTTV Los Angeles is airing a series of reports that delve into how this school year is unlike any ever experienced in the nation’s second largest school district.
Kyle Kraska is heading back to Los Angeles as chief sports anchor for Fox O&O KTTV after spending 18 years in San Diego as sports director of KFMB. He previously […]
KTTV and KTVU, the Fox O&Os in Los Angeles and San Francisco, respectively, will co-host a Pulse of the People Town Hall with Sen. Alex Padilla (D-Calif.) on Monday, Aug. […]
KTTV Los Angeles is airing Rising Up, a five-part docuseries, all this week in place of its normal 6 p.m. newscast. The series weaves together more than 25 interviews with activists, thought-leaders, law enforcement, politicians, journalists and protesters to tell the stories of the social justice movement in Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A longtime Los Angeles television news reporter and his photographer were among five people seriously injured Friday when an allegedly drunk driver crashed his SUV into […]
Seven years after leaving her KTLA anchor chair for a high-profile CNN gig, Michaela Pereira has returned to the local news morning shift. But instead of coming back to her old stomping grounds at KTLA Morning News, which she cohosted for nine years, Pereira has jumped to crosstown rival KTTV, to lead a revamped Good Day L.A. broadcast.
Michaela Pereira has joined Fox-owned KTTV Los Angeles (DMA 2). Beginning in October, she will host the morning show Good Day LA, weekdays from 7 to 10 a.m. alongside Tony […]
Fox-owned KTTV Los Angeles will host a Town Hall with Rep. Karen Bass of California who is also chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus, live from Capitol Hill at 7-8 […]
With most people staying home because of coronavirus lockdowns, the nation’s roads and highways have emptied. Instead, they are being taken over by an assortment of speeders, students, skateboarders and birds, leaving traffic reporters little to do.
TV stations, including those in Los Angeles, have had to adapt quickly to the new normal of programming news while adhering to government mandates designed to stop the spread of the virus. While TV audiences continue to tune in to CNN and MSNBC for the latest national updates, they are also relying on broadcasters closer to home to apprise them of what’s going on specifically in their communities.
Not many TV stations get the chance to use Morgan Freeman’s voice in one of their videos. But this wasn’t just any video.
On the heels of Wednesday’s fierce Democratic debate in Las Vegas, Buttigieg spent Thursday at a televised town hall at USC, an event sponsored by Fox O&O KTTV. Fox-11 anchor Elex Michaelson hosted the event at Brovard Auditorium, filled with students eager to see the former mayor of South Bend, Ind., who fared well in initial campaign skirmishes in Iowa and New Hampshire.
Nexstar veteran Erica Hill-Rodriguez is tapped to lead news operations at KTTV and KCOP, succeeding Kris Knutsen.
Fox-owned KTTV Los Angeles (DMA 2) plans a big Emmy celebration leading up to the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards on Fox on Sept. 22. On Friday, Sept. 20, Good Day […]
The former Block Communications executive succeeds Bob Cook who has been tapped to head first-run distribution for Fox Television Stations.
The Fox Los Angeles O&O is now starting the morning a half-hour earlier.