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Nexstar’s CBS affiliate WANE Fort Wayne, Ind., has hired Fort Wayne native Emily Dwire as weekday morning anchor on WANE 15’s First News. She replaces Alyssa Ivanson, who was recently promoted to evening anchor of First at Five, News at 6 and Nightcast at 11. Dwire returns home after working as live desk anchor and […]
Nexstar CBS affiliate WANE Fort Wayne, Ind., has moved Alyssa Ivanson, currently the anchor of First News on weekday mornings, to weeknight anchor on its First at Five, News at Six and Nightcast at 11 p.m. She will anchor along with Fort Wayne favorite Dirk Rowley. Ivanson has been with WANE for 15 years, serving […]
WANE Expands Sat. Morning News To 2 Hours
Beginning March 26, Media General’s CBS affiliate WANE Ft. Wayne, Ind. (DMA 111) will expand its First News Saturday to two hours, from 7 to 9 a.m. “WANE-TV sets the standard for news in the Fort Wayne area,” said News Director Ted Linn. “It’s only natural to make a good thing even better. We’re the […]
Tom Antisdel Upped To GM Of WANE
Media General promotes the Fort Wayne, Ind., CBS affiliate’s sales director to succeed the retiring Alan Riebe.
What Happens Next For Tegna?
WANE GM Riebe Announces Plans To Retire
The broadcasting veteran of four decades plans to retire from the Media General-owned CBS affiliate at the end of this year, saying he’s “leaving at a time when the business is in a state of historical change.” His successor is not yet known.
FCC Moves Could Affect Station Sale
An upcoming Federal Communications Commission meeting could alter a deal by an Illinois media company to acquire a Fort Wayne television station and manage another.
WANE Names Nicholas Ferreir Chief Meteorologist
Longtime WANE News Photographer Dies
WANE Bows New Set For HD Conversion
Stations, Buyers Adjust To A Reset Ft. Wayne
The fallout from the year-ago upheaval in affiliations in the 109th TV market depends on whom you talk to. NBC affil WISE is thrilled with the increase in sports programming it’s gotten from adding Fox on a subchannel, while WFFT, now an independent, says its Rentrak numbers are strong and tracking up. But Nielsen numbers and local ad buyers paint a somewhat different story.