WABM, WDBB, WIAT, WBRC, WVTM, WTTO and WSES are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a broadcast maintenance engineer, executive producer, digital content promotions producer, two promotions producers, IT support technician, chief political reporter, reporter and news producer.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in creative services, news, sales and engineering.
Media General moves the veteran broadcast executive from head of its Mississippi stations in Jackson and Hattiesburg to run its CBS affiliate in Birmingham, Ala.
Journalist Art Franklin has joined Media General’s CBS WIAT Birmingham, Ala. (DMA 45) He will lead a team of journalists as they deliver Storm Track weather, traffic reports as well as breaking news and stories that affect families in Central Alabama. His first day on the CBS 42 Morning News will be Monday, Feb. 8. Franklin is […]
Media General moves the head of its Wichita NBC affiliate to take over leadership of its CBS affil in Birmingham, Ala., following the promotion of Helen Swenson.
He announced his departure in an email to station staffers today. He has been the news director at the Birmingham, Ala., CBS affiliate since 2006.
The former Weather Channel SVP is brought in to succeed Bill Ballard at the Birmingham, Ala., CBS affiliate.
Bill Ballard, who helped rebuild LIN’s CBS affiliate WIAT Birmingham, Ala., from a perennial ratings doormat into one of the stronger CBS stations in the country, was released after his contract expired Friday. Ballard had been the president and general manager since 2003.
Here’s another small sampling of the investigative reporting being done at stations. The stories turned up breaches of airport security in Nashville; abbreviated prison sentences in Indiana; industrial pollution in North Birmingham, Ala.; and uncertified, previously owned mattresses in Detroit.
In Birmingham, Ala., planned cutbacks at the market’s daily, the Advance Publications-owned Birmingham News, have readers turning their attention to the city’s online news outlets, including TV sites, an innovative pureplay and Advance’s own three-paper website.
The Radio Television Digital News Association and UNITY: Journalists of Color announced on Wednesday seven winners of the 2011 RTDNA/UNITY award, which honors outstanding television, radio and online journalism focused on diversity.