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As solo acts in the field, multimedia journalists are very particular about the kit they carry. From cameras to lights and audio, connectivity tools to editing software and apps, experience has taught them that flexibility and portability are among their gear’s most important qualities. Above: Sony’s remote production package, which includes the PXW-Z280 4K handheld camera, allows MMJs to remotely control, capture and transfer high-quality content in real time from any location.
Barry Fulmer is moving on from Block Communications’ Louisville, Ky., Fox affiliate WDRB after 17 years as news director to head journalism operations at Scripps-owned ABC affiliate WCPO Cincinnati.
Barry Fulmer joins from WDRB Louisville, Ky., to oversee news at the Scripps ABC affiliate in Cincinnati beginning Jan. 18.
Scripps-owned ABC affiliate WCPO Cincinnati announced that meteorologist Sherry Hughes is leaving the station this week. She has been a key member of the station’s 9 First Warning Weather Team for more than 10 years since joining in September 2011. Her last day will be Wednesday, Nov. 24. Prior to working at WCPO, she also […]
WCPO, WKRC, WLWT, WXIX and WSTR are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.
E.W. Scripps-owned ABC affiliate WCPO Cincinnati has promoted reporter Kristen Swilley to primary news anchor for the weekend editions of Good Morning Tri-State. She joined WCPO in October 2015 as a general assignment reporter. Her first day behind the anchor desk will be May 22. Good Morning Tri-State Weekends airs Saturday and Sunday 5-7 a.m. and […]
When Mona Morrow joined the Scripps Cincinnati flagship WCPO in 2000 to run community affairs, she brought a simple idea with her — an idea that was way ahead of its time but two decades later is finally gaining widespread support as an important tool for local newsrooms — a community advisory board.
No TV market has had a quiet news cycle in 2020, and the Cincinnati stations have been all over the pandemic and civil rights protests, finding the local angles and serving them up to viewers, with all the stations justling to get ahead.
TV viewing is up, advertising revenues are down, but no layoffs — those are some takeaways from interviews with general managers Debbie Bush, WXIX; Branden Frantz, WLWT; Jeff Brogan, WCPO; and Jon Lawhead, WKRC-WSTR.
WCPOCinccinnati’s Evan Millward: “If you told me three weeks ago that I would soon be anchoring a newscast from my living room, I would have laughed. Maybe rolled my eyes. Said, you clearly don’t understand how my job gets done. Well … joke’s on me.”
Kevin Necessary isn’t the kind of reporter you typically find in a TV newsroom, but WCPO’s resident cartoonist sure knows how to tell a story. Necessary was already freelancing for the Scripps ABC affiliate in Cincinnati when he was hired full time in 2016 as part of the station’s digital push, which then included a separate digital newsroom.
Scripps-owned ABC affiliate WCPO Cincinnati has a full-time “comics journalist” on staff. He illustrates serious stories that others might avoid, stories that are difficult to photograph because the subjects are too vulnerable.
Scripps’ Cincinnati ABC affiliate leads a tight social media race among its local competitors according to Shareablee data. Its edge comes from lots of native video, its website’s editor-in-chief says, including experiments in live music and weather-inspired stunts.