WCCO Political Reporter Pat Kessler Retiring After 36 Years

Chicago TV News Legend Joel Daly Dies At 86

Juan Gonzalez Joins WTMO As Meteorologist

Telemundo’s WTMO Orlando, Fla., has hired Juan Gonzalez as meteorologist on weekdays at 5, 5:30, 6 and 11 p.m. His on-air debut will be Nov. 9. Gonzalez joins with extensive experience, having previously worked as a meteorologist for Noticiero Telemundo Arizona. He is the recipient of three local Emmy awards, including best weather anchor. He […]

WRC Washington Anchor On The Mend After Open Heart Surgery

TVN'S TV2025

Media CEOs: Biden Win Would Stop Press-Bashing

Panelists at TVNewsCheck’s virtual TV2025 conference this afternoon said a change in the presidency could help temper the anti-press sentiment that’s grown over the past four years. Allen Media CEO Byron Allen said a Biden administration would be “great for broadcasting. Anything to stop the craziness we are all experiencing now. I don’t think we have ever seen this kind of attack against journalists. This is an all-out war.”

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WTAE Chronicles ‘Being Black In Pittsburgh’

WRAL News Announces New Anchor Teams

Capitol Broadcasting’s NBC affiliate WRAL Raleigh, N.C., announced several internal anchor promotions. The station produces 11 hours of local news each weekday. “Over the years, we have developed some great depth on the anchor desk, and an opportunity to promote from within has now presented itself. It’s really exciting to see such passionate and talented […]

Gavin Maliska To Lead WEEK News

The veteran journalist will oversee journalism at Quincy Media’s NBC-ABC affiliate in Peoria, Ill., beginning in December.

Meghan Miller Adds Duties As Co-Anchor Of WBTW 5 & 6 P.M. Newscasts

Nexstar-owned CBS affiliate WBTW Myrtle Beach, S.C., has promoted News 13 at 5:30 anchor Meghan Miller to co-anchor of News 13 at 5 and News 13 at 6 beginning Monday, Nov. 23. Miller will continue anchoring News 13 at 5:30 and co-anchor both additional newscasts with current veteran co-anchor Bob Juback. Miller has been solo-anchor […]

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KING Adds Former Seattle Police Chief As Analyst

Anchor-Reporter Sasha Foo Leaves KUSI After 17 Years

Michaela Pereira Joined Former Rival ‘Good Day L.A.’ But Don’t Call Her Disloyal

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.

Man Apologizes For Attacking WSMV Nashville Crew

WBAY News Van Runs Into COVID-19 Testing Site

‘Your Take’ Turns The News ‘Outside In’

The Fox stations’ new segment is a multi-station experiment in audience engagement that features panels of regular viewers to comment on issues in the news.

WHDH Reporter Fired For Appearing In Adam Sandler’s New Netflix Movie

Craig Cannon Retiring From KHBS-KHOG After 37 Years

WJLA Hires New Morning Traffic Anchor Stacey Rusch

Sinclair Broadcast Group’s ABC affiliate WJLA Washington has hired Stacey Rusch as its new morning traffic anchor as well as lifestyle host for Let’s Talk Live.  She joins the station’s Good Morning Washington, rounding out the team of anchors Robert Burton and Ashlie Rodriguez, StormWatch7 meteorologists Veronica Johnson and Eileen Whelan and 7 On Your Side […]

Reporter Angela Ingram Leaves WKRC

KTVI Reporter-Anchor Derrion Henderson Moving On

WMAQ Hires Reporter Vi Nguyen From WBBM

Ella Dorsey Moves To Mornings On WGCL’s ‘Wake Up Atlanta’

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KVUE Reports On Racial Equality For ‘A Better Austin’

Anchorage Mayor Resigns Over ‘Inappropriate Relationship’ With Anchor

Mayor Ethan Berkowitz apologized for engaging in a “consensual, inappropriate messaging relationship” with Maria Athens, an anchor at KTBY-KYUR Anchorage after she posted a photo on social media. Athens was fired Monday.

Karen Navia Joins WRMD As Multimedia Journalist

Telemundo’s WRMD Tampa has hired Karen Navia as a multimedia journalist for Noticiero Telemundo 49 on weekdays and weekends. Navia’s on-air debut was on Oct. 7. Before joining Telemundo 49, Navia worked for Telemundo affiliates in New Mexico and Lubbock, Texas. She had several roles that included executive producer, reporter, and anchor for both newscasts. […]

WSMV Crew Attacked While Shooting B-Roll Outside School

Anchorage Mayor Admits To ‘Inappropriate Messaging Relationship’ With News Anchor

COMMENTARY BY YVONNE LEOW

Why Local News Needs A Funding Pipeline

Tech and philanthropic institutions are giving thousands of $5,000 to $250,000 grants to individual newsrooms, but… then what?

WNBC Newsers Allege ‘Unfair’ COVID Testing

Employees at NBC’s New York O&O claim they’re being treated like second-class citizens when it comes to the company’s coronavirus testing policies. They are demanding they receive COVID-19 tests like their colleagues at NBC News, MSNBC and even Saturday Night Live, who are being tested at least once a week, sources close to the situation say.

Stations, Networks Honored With Murrow Awards

Among networks, CBS News took home six awards, NBC News four, with ABC News winning for overall excellence in network TV. Among station goups, E.W. Scripps posted six awards, Nexstar four. Here’s the complete list of national winners.

WOWT Anchor Explains Why She Was Off-Air For 2 Weeks

Innovating During A Weather Emergency

With another storm approaching, Gray’s NBC affiliate KPLC Lake Charles, La., drops its traditional news coverage plan.

ProPublica Illinois To Double Reporting Staff, Expand Coverage

DMA 115: LANSING, MI

WSYM Lansing Expands News Operations

The Fox affiliate is the latest Scripps station to announce plans to expand local news this year.

WCAU Investigative Reporter Harry Hairston Retires After 17 Years

Vince Bagli, longtime WBAL Sportscaster Known As ‘Dean Of Baltimore Sports,’ Dies At 93

Former KUSA Weatherman Marty Coniglio Writes About His Firing

Station Groups Bulk Up With Streaming Options, National Newscasts

After years of buying and selling, the nation’s largest TV station groups have become local leviathans that own dozens of outlets across the country. At an unsettled time for broadcast TV, the biggest independent groups — including Nexstar Media, Sinclair Broadcast Group and E.W. Scripps — are increasingly trying to generate new profit sources by using local news and programming assets in innovative ways.

Anchor Lauren Westbrook Returns To KWTX Waco

Bruce Johnson Retiring From WUSA After 44 Years