Albany Loses 4 More Local TV Journalists

Four Albany TV Reporters Leave In Five Days

Jon Hitchcock Named GM Of WNYT-WNYA Albany

He moves from Tegna WTIC-WCCT Hartford, Conn., to take over leadership of Hubbard’s NBC and MNT outlets in New York’s capital.


New Jobs Posted To TVNewsCheck

New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for two general managers, three sales managers, an assistant news director, a producer, a maintenance tech and a master control op.

Benita Zahn Retiring From WNYT After 40+ Years

WNYT Adds Paulina Bucka To Morning News

Ed Dague, Longtime WNYT Anchor Dies At 76


WNYT News Director Eric Hoppel Leaving

News Director Eric Hoppel announced that he was ending a 30-year career at the Hubbard-owned NBC affiliate in Albany, N.Y., where he started as a producer. He will stay on during the transition to a replacement.


WNYT Meteorologist Reveals Childhood Abuse


WNYT News Crew Threated With Arrest

WNYT reporter Mark Mulholland and his photographer Matt Soriano, who work out of the station’s Saratoga-North Country bureau, were shooting in an area near a soon to be closed and empty state prison when a corrections officer told them they couldn’t shoot footage there. The situation escalated, but a call between station management, state police and the Department of Corrections resolved the matter. No one was arrested and no footage was surrendered.

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Hubbard Paying $2.3M For 2nd Albany TV

Hubbard announced its deal to buy WNYA last month, but did not disclose the price. The FCC prohibits the ownership of two stations in markets as small as Albany, but in the application Hubbard asks for a waiver on the grounds that WNYA is “failing.” Hubbard asserts that WNYA meets all four criteria for the waiver, including that it has posted three consecutive years of negative cash flow. “WNYA’s financial condition is dire,” it says.