Rarely has a story and a reporter aligned as perfectly as it did the night of May 30, when the WKBW Buffalo, N.Y., reporter-anchor described what was happening as Western New Yorkers circled Niagara Square to protest the killing of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer. Carter’s riveting 75-minute live shot — yes, 75 minutes — illustrated that she was someone to watch not only on that night but also in the future.
WKBW, WGRZ, WUTV, WIVB and WNYO are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.
The management, marketing and sales executive is chosen to oversee the Scripps ABC affiliate beginning today.
ABC affiliate WKBW Buffalo, N.Y., General Manager Michael Nurse and two prominent members of the station’s sales department were released from their duties Tuesday by a representative of E.W. Scripps Co., the station’s owner.
Beginning Feb. 27, Scripps-owned ABC affiliate WKBW Buffalo, N.Y. (DMA 53), is adding two additional hours of local news on Saturday and Sunday mornings to complement Good Morning America on ABC. “Our viewers don’t take weekends off and mornings are a prime time when they need news and information the most,” said Michael Nurse, VP-GM […]
The Scripps-owned Buffalo, N.Y., ABC affiliate hires Robert Heverling, an assistant news director at WOIO Cleveland, to oversee its news operations.