The Radio Television Digital News Association today announced the national winners of the 2022 Edward R. Murrow Awards. These awards recognize more than 100 outlets for outstanding work in digital, radio and television journalism in technical and editorial categories. There were more than 5,200 entries this year. TV station winners cited for “Overall Excellence” are WGME Portland, Maine, and KUSA Denver.
Shannon Bream will take over the show, making her the first woman to anchor the program in its 26-year history. Bream replaces anchor Chris Wallace, who helmed the show for nearly two decades and left the network last year for rival CNN. Bream will also continue as the network’s chief legal correspondent and a rotation of journalists will guest anchor her former post on Fox News @ Night until a permanent replacement is named.
After a decade writing columns puncturing — and praising — the press, the ex–New York Times public editor and departing Post columnist will be teaching at Duke and pursuing book projects, including a fictional series about a laid-off local journalist solving crimes.
Emmy Award-winning anchor and reporter Cindy Hsu has been promoted to anchor of CBS O&O WCBS New York’s weekday 9 a.m. newscasts that will debut on the station and the CBS News New York streaming channel on Monday, Sept. 12. A 30-year WCBS veteran, Hsu has most recently been the anchor of the station’s weekend newscasts and […]
Time was, journalists assumed that news consumers demanded “more information, faster and better.” Now, instantaneous communication via passive media — video and television — supplies what indolent consumers demand.
Available now on the Plex platform, the channel aims to build on “The Hill’s success as an essential, agenda-setting read for lawmakers, policymakers and influential digital consumers from Capitol Hill to Main Street.”
Named for the first news director of CBS, the award recognizes an individual’s lifetime contributions to electronic journalism. Woodruff will be recognized during an awards ceremony and reception Sept. 15 at RTDNA22 in Indianapolis.
Reporters who cover sensitive beats sometimes have a sense when big news is about to break. But not this time. The FBI’s Monday morning search of Mar-a-Lago — a thunderclap in American political history — happened so quietly, so secretly, that it wasn’t caught on camera at all. For the most part reporters didn’t catch wind of the FBI action until after it was over.
The National Association of Broadcasters on Monday announced the launch of the 2022 Election Toolkit. The online resource provides local television and radio broadcasters with ideas and information to cover the 2022 local, state and federal elections. The 2022 Election Toolkit provides assets to help broadcasters serve their communities in the lead-up to Election Day on Nov. 8. […]
Access to the video site allows Russians access to one of the few sources of independent information about the Ukraine war. YouTube still operates in Russia, possibly because the Kremlin views it as too big to block.