WLWT’s creatives needed a space they could take over to create a inexpensive holiday setting. With a little imagination and a good decorator, they made it work.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a director general of the largest broadcasting organization in Canada, United States and Mexico, a corporate opening for a director of news management recruitment and station openings in engineering, IT, meteorology, digital and news.
WCPO, WKRC, WLWT, WXIX and WSTR are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.
TVNewsCheck‘s Michael Depp talks with Branden Frantz, president and GM of Hearst’s WLWT Cincinnati, about the station’s revival of editorials in a period of stark political divisions and tenuous media trust among viewers.
Hearst-owned NBC affiliate WLWT Cincinnati has expanded its weather team to five meteorologists, adding Cincinnati native Katie Donovan, who will begin delivering forecasts on weekend evenings starting mid-August. Donovan attended […]
Hearst-owned NBC affiliate WLWT Cincinnati will add two new weekday newscasts at 4 and 7 p.m. WLWT News 5 at 7 p.m. will debut on Monday, July 26, during the […]
No TV market has had a quiet news cycle in 2020, and the Cincinnati stations have been all over the pandemic and civil rights protests, finding the local angles and serving them up to viewers, with all the stations justling to get ahead.
Despite pushing newsrooms temporarily into mostly remote production, set design vendors say COVID-19 won’t have a lasting effect on where sets were heading before the pandemic. They say viewers are likely to see more LED panels and walls, virtual sets and augmented and virtual reality usage in news studios. Above, for the TF1 broadcast news studio in France, Planar delivered a 750-square-foot curved video wall.
TV viewing is up, advertising revenues are down, but no layoffs — those are some takeaways from interviews with general managers Debbie Bush, WXIX; Branden Frantz, WLWT; Jeff Brogan, WCPO; and Jon Lawhead, WKRC-WSTR.
The Hearst NBC affiliate in Cincinnati promotes local sales manager, Julie Gossard, to succeed the retiring Mark Diangelo.
He began his broadcast career in radio before spending 21 years at the Hearst NBC affiliate in Cincinnati.
Hearst-owned NBC affiliate WLWT Cincinnati (DMA 35) announced today that long-time anchor Lisa Cooney will retire in April after 30 years at the station. Cooney, a Northern Kentucky native, was […]
Hearst-owned NBC affiliate WLWT Cincinnati (DMA 35) has added meteorologist Cameron Hardin to its weather team as weekend Meteorologist for WLWT News 5 Today. Hardin is familiar with the tri-state […]