Twelve new jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in news, engineering, creative services and accounting.
The streaming service’s new agreements with Hearst, Citadel, Morris Network and others add more than 70 stations from top DMAs including Boston, Baltimore, Orlando and Pittsburgh.
Mike Meara, president of News Press & Gazette Broadcasting, says the family-owned company has no plans to get swallowed up in the industry’s consolidation trend and is very interested in picking up more stations itself. Note: This story is available to TVNewsCheck Premium members only. If you would like to upgrade your free TVNewsCheck membership to Premium now, you can visit your Member Home Page, available when you log in at the very top right corner of the site or in the Stay Connected Box that appears in the right column of virtually every page on the site. If you don’t see Member Home, you will need to click Log In or Subscribe.
NPG is partnering with the NAB and Pearl TV alliance of broadcasters to launch the new 3.0 standard in Santa Barbara on ABC affiliate KSBB. The test is designed to allow broadcasters in the nation’s mid-to-smaller markets see exactly how next-gen TV will enhance services for local viewers and for broadcasters.
News-Press & Gazette Co. began ATSC 3.0 transmission in Santa Barbara, Calif., Oct. 11, making its KSBB-TV Class A station one of the first on the West Coast to begin delivering Next-Gen TV over the air.
The United States will experience a coast-to-coast total solar eclipse Aug. 21 — the first in 99 years. For the reporters, anchors and news crews at local TV stations, coverage of the celestial event is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. With just under two months to go, many stations are deep into their coverage planning.
2016 Spot Revenue: $78.7 million Stations: 36 in 10 markets Coverage: 0.9% Ownership: Private (Bradley family) Key Executives: David Bradley, chairman-CEO; Brian Bradley, president; Mike Meara, president, NPG Broadcast; Tony Courtwright, director of digital media.
KBJO, branded as “CBS St. Joseph,” is scheduled to begin broadcasting on June 1, according to News-Press & Gazette Co.
28. NEWS-PRESS & GAZETTE, St. Joseph, Mo. 2015 Spot Revenue: $66.7 million Stations: 39 in 11 markets Coverage: 1.6% Ownership: Private (Bradley family) Key Executives: David Bradley, chairman-CEO; Brian Bradley, president; Mike Meara, president, NPG Broadcast; Tony Courtwright, director of digital media.
News-Press & Gazette has created broadcast centers in Yuma, Palm Springs and Santa Barbara that enable it to produce newscasts for multiple stations in those markets, sometimes simultaneously.
Internet Broadcasting (IB), a provider of digital publishing technology and services for media companies, announced today the extension and expansion of its relationship with News Press & Gazette Co (NPG). Under the terms of a renewed operating agreement, IB will continue to provide digital publishing, content and advertising solutions to NPG’s television stations, including KEYT Santa […]
News-Press & Gazette has agreed to purchase the ABC affiliate from Smith Media for an undisclosed amount.
John Keuneke, head of the St. Joseph, Mo.-based News-Press & Gazette’s TV broadcasting unit, says over the next five years the company is looking to grow its cash flow through the acquistions of TV stations or possibly newpapers and data centers.
News-Press & Gazette has agreed to pay $16 million for KMIZ, an ABC affiliate that airs MNT and Me-TV on subchannels, and low-power, Fox affiliate KQFX. Seller is JW Broadcasting, one of several broadcast companies backed by Alta Communications.
With Fisher Communication’s recent announcement that its KIDK Idaho Falls would be turning over operations to competitor News-Press & Gazette’s KIFI under a shared services and sales agreement, 27 people will be out of work and there will be one less news voice in DMA 162. The official line is the move was made to take advantage of “operating synergies and expense savings,” but executives of both companies wouldn’t say any more or take questions.