Ten newsrooms have been chosen to receive custom watchdog training in the coming year through Investigative Reporters & Editor’s Total Newsroom Training program (TNT), with two television stations among them — WCSC Charleston, S.C., and WSAW-WZAW Wausau, Wis., both owned by Gray Television. TNT provides two days of intensive, in-house training for small and medium-size newsrooms dedicated […]
WCSC Charleston, S.C. (DMA 94), said longtime news anchor and award-winning journalist Debi Chard will be retiring from the Gray Television-owned CBS affiliate. Her final news broadcast will air Friday, March 15. This year marks Chard’s 43rd year with WCSC. She co-anchors the 6 p.m. newscast and reports for the station’s investigative unit. Since joining […]
WCSC, Raycom’s CBS affiliate in Charleston, S.C., is out in front by more than a million social media actions over its next nearest competitor during the last six months. WCSC has almost 1.8 million actions on social, 27% of the total engagement generated by the DMA (No. 92), with more than 6.5 million social actions.
Raycom chooses the former GM of WJHL Johnson City, Tenn., to succeed the retiring Rita Scott as head of its CBS affiliate in Charleston, S.C.
The head of Raycom’s CBS affiliate in South Carolina is ending her 38-year broadcasting career today.
In Charleston, S.C., a horrific shooting in an African-American church and a vehement debate over the state’s Confederate flag and heritage have put a community on edge. Raycom-owned CBS affiliate WCSC has used its social platforms to bring fractured people together through civilized discussion, cementing its position in social media leadership in both total social actions and fans/followers.
In Charleston, S.C., the local media players are bringing new media innovation to the Old South: The daily newspaper is getting ready to put up a paywall, while its competitors, including TV stations, are rolling out apps, mobile sites and innovating ways to gather news, in their efforts to win over audiences and grab a bigger piece of a growing local ad pie.