NY1 Anchor Ruschell Boone Dead At 48 After Cancer Battle

Ruschell Boone Returns To NY1 After Cancer Battle

NY1 Meteorologist Erick Adame Apologizes After He’s Fired for Appearing On Adult Cam Site


Reporter Safety A Story That Won’t Go Away

Since attacks on journalists dramatically escalated last year, station groups have tightened safety protocols and veteran reporters are going into potentially volatile environments with escape routes at the ready. Even after 2020’s violent crescendo, journalists must be constantly vigilant against threats that “can happen spontaneously,” says Ruschell Boone, a reporter with NY1.

Former NY1 Anchors Who Settled With Charter Communications Claim Retaliation In New Suit

Charter Settles With Women Who Filed 2019 Gender, Age Discrimination Lawsuit Against NY1

How Do You Transform A Legacy Brand?

One of the most daunting barriers to innovation in local TV news is fear — the danger of driving away viewers who like what you’re doing and don’t necessarily want it to change. By that standard, Spectrum News is taking on a tricky challenge: tinkering with its iconic 24/7 New York City cable news channel, NY1.

NY1 Boss Accused Of Mocking Cancer-Stricken Anchor, Sexually Harassing Producer

NY1 Hires Helen Swenson As Content VP

Two Former NY1 Female Anchors Suing Charter

Thalia Perez and Michelle Greenstein, both of whom were let go by the company in 2017, have filed a lawsuit alleging age, gender as well as pregnancy discrimination.


Roma Torre: ‘Pushed Aside Because I’m 61’

NY1’s Roma Torre has spent three decades in TV, winning two Emmys. But when she lost opportunities to men and younger women, she was told “That’s just the way it is.”

NY1 Enters The World Of Morning Talk


NY1 Debuts New Morning Show

Unsettled Days For Staff, Viewers Of NY1

For many New Yorkers, the cable news channel NY1 has been a steady, scrappy and sometimes quirky companion for a quarter century with its no-nonsense coverage of exclusively local news and issues, 24 hours a day. But change landed hard on NY1 and its viewers this week, in the form of layoffs for about a dozen employees, part of a shift in direction that employees said has been underway since Charter took over in May 2016.

Cable’s NY1 Now Spectrum News NY1

NY1’s Pat Kiernan Is Hollywood’s Favorite Anchor

Rep. Grimm Apologizes For Threatening Reporter

Rep. Michael Grimm Threatens NY1 Reporter

NY1 Temporarily Takes Down Paywall


NY1 Becomes A Primetime Anchor During Storm


‘Real New Yorker’ Promos Are The Real Deal


NY1, Time Warner’s cable news channel in the Big Apple, wanted to reinforce its position as the city’s quintessential news channel. Its Real New Yorker campaign, a sharp-eyed series of promos that offer up fast-moving snapshots of daily life from the jaded but affectionate perspective of native New Yorkers, did just that. One of them even got the mayor to toughen up fines for cab drivers who refuse inconvenient fares.