WTLV-WJXX’s Testimonial Promos Are ‘Show-Stopping’ Spots

WTLV and WJXX, Tegna’s NBC and ABC affiliates in Jacksonville, Fla., turned to their viewers’ testimonials in a powerful new promotional campaign.

Eric Garcia Named President-GM Of WLTV Miami

The Univision veteran will lead the company’s TV, radio and digital offerings in Miami.

WLTV Miami News Director Samuel Belilty Out

Reporter Daniel Benitez Joins WLTV Miami

Univision’s WLTV Miami has hired Daniel Benitez as a reporter for its Noticias 23 news team. The station described him as a seasoned reporter with vast knowledge of the South […]

Four Stations Launch NextGen TV In Miami

WTVJ, WSCV, WFOR and WLTV are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.

South Florida Holds The Keys To Successful Local News

The Miami-Fort Lauderdale market has an awful lot of strong players, in both English and Spanish


Univision Expands Local News Apps In 7 Markets

The new apps will include livestream so mobile users can watch local newscasts in real time.


WLTV-WJXX Puts A Face On Matthew Promos

DMA 16

WLTV Miami Adds Ivan Taylor As Anchor

Univision-owned WLTV Miami (DMA 16) has appointed Ivan Taylor as weekend co-anchor and reporter for Univision Miami Noticias 23, which airs on WLTV and co-owned WAMI (UniMás). Taylor has served […]

DMA 16

WLTV Launching Sunday Public Affairs Show

Univision-owned WLTV Miami (DMA 16) is debuting a new public affairs show, Al Punto Florida, on April 24 at 11 a.m. The hour-long Sunday morning program will be hosted by Ambrosio […]


Digital Makes Unique TV Allies In Jacksonville

In the tourism-heavy Florida city, an unusal online alignment has emerged on the TV side: The Gannett-owned NBC and ABC affiliates share a website, as do the Newport Television-owned Fox and CBS stations. Jacksonville’s atypical team-ups have produced some unique approaches to digital content and revenue.

DMA 16

Rodriguez To Head Univision’s Miami Duo

Michael Rodriguez brings nearly two decades of broadcast experience to the company’s WLTV (Univision) and WAMI (TeleFutura).

2 Univision TVs Join Live Mobile TV Initiative

Los Angeles’ KMEX and Miami’s WLTV will be among the broadcasters deploying Dyle, the consumer-facing brand presenting live mobile TV.