Stephen Arnold Makes Music For Scripps

KLST’s Giant Football Promo Makes A Big Impression

KFSN’s ‘Killer High’ Doc Represents Broadcasting’s Future

KFSN in Fresno, California, created an hour-long documentary examining California’s fentanyl epidemic and released it on streaming platforms a week before its broadcast on television. Why? “That is where we see the future of broadcasting,” says Tim Sarquis, KFSN’s executive producer of content development.


Personal Memories Of The Late Edwin Edwards, Flamboyant Louisiana Governor


Readers Rave About TVN’s Market Share

Paul Greeley To Manage TVN’s Job Board

TVNewsCheck’s Market Share blogger Paul Greeley is adding oversight of the site’s classified ad platform, Media Job Center. In addition to administering the site, the position includes oversight of sales and marketing for TVNewsCheck’s classified ads.


Stations Need To Focus Online Efforts Locally

In the wake of criticism that stations’ online coverage of terrorist attacks in Paris wasn’t thorough enough, I’d like to disagree. I don’t think anyone turned to local stations’ websites expecting to see live, up-to-date coverage of that tragedy. And why should they? International news isn’t their thing. Local is where their commitment is and should remain.