Just as it has for many viewers, the coronavirus pandemic has transformed the work lives of TV newspeople in Philadelphia. As news operations continue to evolve their approach to social distancing in an effort to keep their workers safe, jobs that once seemed impossible to do outside a studio are getting done from home.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a media specialist at a top 5 market O&O, a maintenance technician for a Hearst station in the midwest, and a programming and content distribution director for Illinois Public Media.
KYW-AM and WCAU-WWSI join forces to create what the companies call the region’s “largest and most experienced broadcast news and weather team.”
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s MediaJobCenter include openings for a senior promo producer in Nasville, and an account exec for a network O&O in Philadelphia.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a news director, creative services director and systems engineer at stations owned by NBC, Meredith and Lockwood in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Virginia.
New TV job postings on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings at two network O&O’s in L.A. and Philly. The third opening is for a local sales manager in the Santa Maria/Santa Barbara/San Luis Obispo region of California.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a local sales manager for stations in Columbia, Mo., and an account executive for a network-owned station in Philadelphia.
Exclamations about the IP transition, the cloud and AI were notably muted at this year’s IBC. Vendors say that’s because this year wasn’t about shiny new things, but rather getting to work on implementation.
NBCU moves him from WNBC New York to lead technology and operations at its Philadelphia NBC-Telemundo duopoly in Philadelphia.
A step up from past LCD video walls, the new LED technology is increasingly featuring in new news set designs, enabling crisper images and more flexibility.
Why Anzio Williams, WCAU’s competitive news director, decided to go for Broke in Philly.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Television viewers in the Philadelphia area had been getting black screens when they turned their TVs to NBC10 (WCAU) during the series finale of the time travel drama “Timeless” Thursday evening. Several people had taken to social media Thursday night to say NBC10 was offline from about 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. A receptionist […]
The new WCAU-WWSI facility, set for a grand opening sometime this fall, is IP-centric and is designed to not only give the two stations a more efficient space with a common technology infrastructure, but to give their personnel new flexibility in creating content for today’s multiplatform world.
NBC-owned WCAU Philadelphia (DMA 4) says Stephania Jimenez will join the news team as a morning anchor. She will join Dray Clark on the weekend anchor desk replacing Rosemary Connors who has been promoted to anchor the station’s 11 a.m. weekday newscast. Jimenez will start on Friday, July 27. Fluent in Spanish, Jimenez is of […]
NBC-owned WCAU Philadelphia (DMA 4) today announced that meteorologist Steven Sosna and reporter/anchor Dray Clark are the latest additions to its news team. Sosna will join NBC10’s First Alert Weather team beginning Monday, Sept. 18. Clark, who joins as weekend morning anchor alongside Rosemary Connors, will start Oct. 23. “We are thrilled to have Steve […]
Williams, who along with WCAU President-GM Ric Harris forms the almost unheard-of big-city pairing of African Americans in those influential positions, made news this past spring when NBC10’s 11 p.m. broadcast was the most-watched late newscast among adults in the coveted 25 to 54 age demographic this past May.
NBC-owned WCAU Philadelphia (DMA 4) today named Tammie Souza the latest meteorologist on its First Alert Weather team. Souza will begin the first week of March and will be seen on NBC10 News at 5 and 11 p.m. Souza joins from WFLD Chicago where she has served as both the weekday morning and weekend meteorologist. She […]
Investigative reporters Harry Hairston and Ines Ferre are the faces of NBC10 Responds and Telemundo62 Responde at NBC’s Philadelphia duopoly of WCAU and WWSI. Consumers are calling with problems about 200 times a week. To date, that’s 5,643 complaints, and the stations have recovered a combined $170,000 so far.