Hearst-owned ABC affiliate WPBF West Palm Beach, Fla. is adding two new anchors to its morning show. Nathalie Pozo and Steven Graves will join long-time morning anchor Erin Guy weekdays on WPBF 25 News Mornings from 4:30 to 7. WPBF 25 News Mornings now grows to a team of five with Pozo and Graves joining Anchor […]
Hearst Television’s ABC affiliate WPBF West Palm Beach, Fla., will launch WPBF 25 News at 4:00 p.m. on July 18. The new hour-long weekday afternoon newscast will be co-anchored by Tiffany Kenney and Shayne Wright. They will be joined by WPBF meteorologists Cris Martinez and Glenn Glazer. WPBF 25 News at 4:00 p.m. will have “a distinct focus […]
WPBF, WPEC, WFLX, WPTV and WWHB-CD are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.
The current assistant news director is selected to lead journalism at Hearst’s ABC affiliate in West Palm Beach, Fla.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a general sales manager, a producer, a sales director, morning news reporter and executive producer, and a photojournalist.
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.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a marketing and promotions producer for Cox and a digital content producer for Hearst.
Hearst’s ABC affiliate in West Palm Beach, Fla., chooses the former assistant news director at KGO San Francisco to head its news operations.
The assistant news director at Hearst’s Palm Beach ABC affiliate moves into the top news position.
Beginning this Saturday, WPBF, the Hearst-owned West Palm Beach, Fla., ABC affiliate will debut an additional hour of news, WPBF 25 News at 5:00, expanding the news block to 5-6:30 p.m. on Saturdays. Sanika Dange will anchor the newscast, along with meteorologist Taylor Grenda. “We are very excited about expanding our weekend newscast,” said WPBF […]
For outsiders, West Palm Beach conjures up images of palm trees and retirees, but the Florida city has a fiercely competitive online scene, with TV stations among the major players. The competition could heat up even further later this year when local daily The Palm Beach Post erects its paywall.