Hearst ABC affiliate WTAE Pittsburgh is set to premiere WTAE Listens, a 30- minute public affairs program that the station says will strive to do exactly what its name suggests: listen. Every week, WTAE will listen to the people who live in and around Pittsburgh about the issues in their communities, and the people they […]
WTAE Accidentally Uses President Biden Photo For Story About Old Man Inappropriately Touching Young Girl
Pittsburgh is known as one of the truly competitive TV markets in the nation, and a new battleground has emerged in the 4 p.m. hour. KDKA (above) has run 4 p.m. news since 2002, while WTAE debuted an hour-long program in July and WPXI did so in mid-September.
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Andrew Stockey, Kelly Sasso and meteorologist Jeff Verszyla will anchor the hour-long broadcast beginning July 6 on the Hearst ABC affiliate.
Hearst-owned ABC affiliate WTAE Pittsburgh has added meteorologist Brian Hutton Jr. He becomes part of Pittsburgh’s Action Weather team, led by Chief Meteorologist Mike Harvey, Meteorologist Ashley Dougherty and Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla. Hutton has been a meteorologist at stations in Mississippi and North Carolina. His severe weather experience includes snowstorms, hurricanes and tornadoes. Hutton grew […]
WTAE Chronicles ‘Being Black In Pittsburgh’
WPGH, WTAE and WPNT roll out the new television transmission technology.
WTAE Telethon Raises Enough For 6 Million Meals
WTAE Expands Its Noon News To A Full Hour
Its Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 at Noon gets an extra 30 minutes beginning Jan. 13. The newscast will be anchored by Kelly Sasso and meteorologist Ashley Dougherty.
Beau Berman Leaves WTAE For School Position
WTAE Uncovers Secret Bid, Earns Journalism Award
Two Hearst Stations’ Specials Focus On Unity
TV stations have the power to be positive change agents in their communities. Bringing together community leaders to openly discuss issues that divide and unite neighborhoods in a town hall setting can be the first step. Two Hearst affiliates, one in Baltimore and the other in Pittsburgh, are broadcasting town hall meetings that address critical issues facing their communities.