Student journalists who create the best new approaches or formats for local TV news in broadcasting will be awarded monetary prizes.
TVNewsCheck will not publish Wednesday, July 4. We will return Thursday, the 5th. All of us at TVNewsCheck wish you a happy Fourth.
The news website targeted to the business news needs of the TV broadcasting industry debuts a new look, powered by a new operating system, today. Changes include the introduction of premium content, an easier-to-use MediaJobCenter and the promise of more services to come. What hasn’t changed: a commitment to providing the best breaking news rundown in the TV trade press — continuously updated throughout the day — and the best in-depth trend stories and analysis available to the industry.
TVNewsCheck and the Broadcast Education Association are looking for student journalists who can create the best new approaches or formats for local TV news. The winners will receive monetary prizes to be presented during BEA’s 2019 annual convention in Las Vegas.
The June 20-21 event, designed to address the specific needs of the broadcasting industry, will open with a Cybersecurity Tour of CNN, led by Pete Chronis, SVP and chief information and security officer at Turner.
TVNewsCheck is off today. We will return Tuesday, Jan. 2. Happy New Year from all of us at TVNewsCheck.
A TVNewsCheck webinar about the changing TV ratings scene will feature experts from advertising, broadcasting and the research community addressing how to improve local audience measurement.
A new Borrell report Gauging Facebook’s Impact on Local Advertising, estimates that by year’s end, the social media giant will be capturing as much as 10% of all local ad dollars in the U.S., more than the newspaper, TV or radio industries. Attendees of TVNewsCheck’s “Optimize, Monetize Your Facebook Strategy” webinar on June 13 will receive a free copy of the $995 report.
Readying for our June 13 webinar on optimizing and monetizing Facebook, it’s clear to me that legacy media’s relationship with the social media platform evolves daily. But for media, migrating users out of Facebook’s walled garden remains a priority.