WOWT Omaha Anchor Lauren Taylor Leaving Local TV

WOWT Omaha Moves Into New Facility, Debuts New Set

Local News Close-Up: Omaha Stakes

Omaha, Neb., residents say the friendly market always welcomes new arrivals, and that’s a good thing for the station general managers. All the Big Four affiliate GMs in town have turned up in the last two years.

WOWT Makes Sales Management Appointments

The Gray NBC affiliate in Omaha, Neb., adds Greg Price as general sales manager and Laura Abel as digital sales manager.

5 Stations Launch NextGen TV In Omaha

Five of Omaha, Neb.’s television stations today began broadcasting with NextGen TV, also known as ATSC 3.0. Switching on the new transmission standard are Hearst Television’s KETV (ABC), E.W. Scripps’ […]

Reporter Lileana Pearson Leaving WOWT Omaha

WOWT Anchor Explains Why She Was Off-Air For 2 Weeks


KETV Tops Omaha’s Social Media Market

Hearst-owned ABC affiliate KETV leads Omaha local media on both total actions and fans/followers, according to data from Shareablee. It edges out Gray’s NBC affil WOWT in both categories, dominating both Facebook and Twitter.


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WOWT Omaha Off Cox Cable System

Gray Television’s NBC affiliate WOWT Omaha, Neb., went off the air Wednesday on the Cox cable system.The two parties were unable to reach a new retrans agreement by a midnight Tuesday deadline and Cox dropped the station from its television lineup Wednesday, said Vic Richards, WOWT VP-GM. The negotiations are continuing, said Beth Weiss, senior manager of public affairs for Cox Communications’ central region, which includes Nebraska and Iowa.


3 Gray Stations Off Cox Cable Systems

With no new retransmission consent deal in place by deadline, Cox Communications subscribers today lost Gray Television’s WOWT Omaha, Neb. (NBC); KAKE Wichita, Kan. (ABC); and WIBW Topeka, Kan. (CBS).


Apps, Backpacks Feed Omaha’s Digital Boom

Backpack journalists have been a boon to traffic at, where reporters file stories from smart phones and four TVU technology-powered units being tested by parent company Gray Television. The station and its bigger online rival, World-Herald-owned, are bristling with apps to serve a population that accesses much of its digital news on mobile devices.