The professionals at Stephen Arnold know news music. The creatives at Cox’s TV stations in Boston and Memphis, not so much. The two groups found the perfect collaborative synergy with Stream, a new news music package both stations are using.
Former Meredith exec Todd Brown today was named vice president and general manager of Cox-owned Boston Fox affiliate WFXT.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in sales, news, engineering, social/digital, and executive management.
“We want viewers to see our people how we get to see them every day behind the scenes — down-to-earth and personable,” says Heath Benfield, promotion manager for WFXT, Cox’s Fox affiliate in Boston.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a promotions manager in Detroit and a creative services photographer in Boston.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a creative services photographer-editor and a promotions producer and assignment editors for Cox, Nexstar, Capitol Broadcasting and Quincy stations.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for an assistant news director, a general sales manager, and a creative services photographer-editor for Sinclair, Quincy and Cox stations.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include an opening in creative services for a producer-writer-editor at a Cox’s Boston Fox affiliate, WFXT.
This past week on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center, Cox’s Fox affiliate in Boston (actually the station is located in Dedham, Mass., an important distinction as you’ll see), placed an ad for a “creative” (its emphasis) senior producer.
Cox Media Group announces that Nicole Oliverio will join its Fox affiliate WFXT Boston (DMA 9) starting Jan. 4. Oliverio will co-anchor the weekend evening newscast, Boston 25 News at 10 and 11 p.m., alongside Chris Flanagan. She will also report weekdays for Boston 25 Morning News. Oliverio has spent the last 11 years reporting […]
The head of Cox Media Group’s Fox affiliate in Boston will leave at the end of this year.
Cox moves the top news exec from its WPXI Pittsburgh to oversee news at its Boston Fox affiliate.
A new set is not the only focus at Cox’s Boston Fox affiliate WFXT — weak ratings have been noticed at corporate, and Cox Media Group is sounding the alarm.
WFXT News Director Lee Rosenthal no longer works at the Boston Fox affiliate. Rosenthal stayed with Cox in the 2014 ownership swap when then Cox-owned KTVU in the San Francisco Bay Area Market became a Fox-owned station and then Fox-owned WFXT in Boston turned over to Cox.
Cox-owned WFXT Boston (DMA 8) is set to launch Fox25 News at 4:00 p.m. beginning Monday, April 25. Elizabeth Hopkins and Blair Miller will co-anchor the weekday newscast with Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lemanowicz. The additional hour of news gives WFXT a three-hour block of local news coverage from 4 to 7 p.m. “The addition of […]
The Cox-owned Fox affiliate will introduce a 4 o’clock newscast starting in mid-April. The new broadcast will be anchored by Blair Miller and Elizabeth Hopkins, with chief meteorologist Kevin Lemanowicz on weather.
Steve Pagliuca, chairman of Boston 2024, a group that is working to bring the Summer Olympics to that city, and Chris Dempsey, co-chair of No Boston Olympics, will face off for the first time in a debate Thursday, July 2, co-sponsored by Fox O&O WFXT Boston (DMA 7) and The Boston Globe. The Boston Olympics […]
Atlanta, Boston, Seattle, Orlando, Pittsburgh, Charlotte and Dayton are the latest additions to the Katz Broadcasting network that debuts on April 15.
The new members will help deliver six hours of the Boston station’s Fox25 Morning News.
Verizon FiOS and Cox Media Group, the new owner of Boston Fox affiliate WFXT, settled their retrans dispute Wednesday night, restoring access to the station for Massachusetts FiOS customers following a blackout on Thanksgiving Day.
Some football fans in Massachusetts and Rhode Island had to scramble to find alternative ways to watch the Eagles-Cowboys Thanksgiving game as the Fox station in the area, WFXT, which carries the matchup, went dark on Verizon FiOS at 3 a.m. Thursday, affecting 400,000 customers. The reason is awfully familiar — another retransmission fee dispute between Verizon and Cox Media Group, which bought the Boston-based station WFXT from Fox in June and embarked on renegotiating retransmission fees.