Tegna’s CBS affiliate in Washington this morning on Monday show off ECO9, an environmentally friendly, low-emission live truck. The Toyota Highlander XLE Hybrid was built by Frontline Communications. The Washington Area Toyota Dealers are launch partners for the ECO9 and its exclusive sponsors.
Tegna promotes her from assistant news director to oversee journalism at its CBS affiliate in Washington.
The Howard NextGen TV Broadcast Collaborative culminates with academic resources and technical innovation to deliver ATSC 3.0 via WHUT, WJLA, WRC, WTTG and WUSA.
Beginning later this summer, the school’s WHUT (PBS) will serve as the host station for NextGen TV broadcasts for itself and WJLA (ABC), WUSA (CBS), WTTG (Fox), and WRC (NBC).
Tegna’s CBS affiliate WUSA Washington, D.C., announced that Tony Perkins will be taking over as host of Get Up DC!, its morning show. Perkins has been a part of the Get Up DC! team for more than a year. Comedian Reese Waters, who has been host of Get Up DC! for the last three years, […]
For radio and TV stations, operating throughout the pandemic and bringing us news and entertainment day in and day out required so much more than a floor lamp, some well-curated books in the background and a working Zoom link. Let’s go behind the scenes of how several stations pulled it off.
Tegna-owned CBS affiliate WUSA Washington is adding Allison Seymour to its Get Up DC! team beginning today. Get Up DC! is hosted by Reese Waters, and co-anchored by fellow District natives Tony Perkins and Annie Yu. The show offers the latest news, traffic, weather and trending stories. Get Up DC! airs live weekdays from 4:25 […]
Tegna’s Verify team along with a medical professional has scheduled a live AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit today at 6 p.m. ET, in the r/Coronavirus subreddit, which has more than 2 million followers. This is the first time it is integrating an AMA with one of its broadcast programs. The Q and A, WUSA […]
Tegna’s CBS affiliate WUSA Washington (DMA 7) has added DC icon Tony Perkins to its Get Up DC!, team beginning Monday, Jan. 13. Get Up DC! is hosted by comedian and D.C.-native Reese Waters, and anchored by fellow D.C. native Annie Yu. The show offers news, traffic, weather and trending stories “with a distinct and […]
New job posts on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include an opening for a brand manager at a broadcast group’s headquarters, and a writer/producer for a station in the nation’s capital.
WUSA in Washington, D.C., WVEC in Norfolk, Va., and WGRZ in Buffalo, N.Y., have returned to the Verizon Fios lineup.
WUSA, Tegna’s CBS affiliate in Washington, today hired Mike Wise, a sports columnist, feature writer and sports TV expert, has joined the news team as a digital journalist and on-air contributor. Wise comes to WUSA from ESPN’s Undefeated, a digital venture covering the intersection of sports, race and culture. “Mike brings his own distinct perspective to […]
WUSA, Tegna’s CBS affiliate in Washington (DMA 6), has hired Annie Yu as anchor of Wake Up Washington, the morning show that airs from 4:30-6 a.m. weekday mornings. In addition, Yu will appear on Get Up DC, which airs weekdays at 6-7 a.m. Yu, who was raised in the D.C. area, comes to WUSA after […]
Bill Lord, news director of Tegna’s Washington CBS affiliate since 2014, announced Friday he would retire after a four-decade career in news.
The head of WLWT Cincinnati is tapped by Tegna to lead its CBS affiliate in Washington. His resume includes an earlier stint at WUSA as VP-station manager.
Like many stations, Tegna-owned WUSA Washington airs regular features in its newscasts about medical and health topics. And when it does, WUSA tends to turn to one source: the Inova hospital chain. Inova has another role in the CBS affiliate’s Family Health features: It’s the sole sponsor of them. The segments raise a question that has dogged the relationship between health-care organizations and TV stations for years: Should such feature stories be called news reports or advertising — or an ill-defined hybrid of both?
Many TV stations show off the skill of meteorologists like WUSA Washington’s Topper Shutt by giving viewers a “3-degree guarantee” for their forecasts, with some tying them to donations, prizes and the like. But whether such a guarantee has any value for viewers is at best questionable.