The streaming news network is now available on more than 500 Gray Television station websites, connected TV apps and mobile apps.
Station groups including Gray, E.W. Scripps and Nexstar are increasingly drawing on their stations to contribute stories for their national reporting projects. The ensuing collaborations are having a transformative effect on news production. Pictured: Susan Campbell reporting a story for one of Gray Television’s “consumer franchises” — Did You Know? — from KOLD Tucson.
Kyle Rogers, news director of Gray Television’s Local News Live, explains how the streaming news service has upped its game and its polish since its relocation to Washington, D.C., and settling into a more conventionally anchored approach to stitching together local reports from around the U.S. A full transcript of the conversation is included.
Gray Television has hired Debra Alfarone as an anchor for Local News Live and as a national correspondent for Gray’s stations. She begins on Monday, Jan. 23. Alfarone will provide […]
Kyle Rogers is taking over from Shawn Wheat as the station group moves the headquarters of its 24/7 streaming news network from Omaha, Neb., to Washington.
TVNewsCheck‘s Michael Depp talks with Shawn Wheat, executive producer of Gray Television’s Local News Live, about the new, digital-only streaming initiative that stitches together news from across Gray’s stations via a small team of anchors and producers.