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“When we ignore bigotry, we normalize the bigotry.”
A security guard hired by Nexstar’s KRON in San Francisco was shot on Wednesday while on assignment with a reporter who was covering a robbery in Oakland. The guard is in stable condition after ...
“This is like surrendering the aircraft to a 12-year-old at 36,000 feet.”
It’s politics instead.
It’s another move up the Univision ladder.
Her new title is effective immediately.
Sports (and weekend morning news) anchor Siafa Lewis is headed to his hometown of Philadelphia, PA after seven years at NBC-owned WMAQ in Chicago. In making the move, he is also moving into news ...
It’s not a lot of time.
She’s been with the company in a news director role for years.
Oh if only FACEBOOK were still filled with cat pictures, recipes and awkward family photos But it’s come a long way from those bright college days when Mark Zuckerberg conceived it as a digital ...
Staffing up begins.
It’s now 24 hours…
This is a decent breakdown.
It’s coming out in late October and it looks to be a barn-burner. Katie Couric, at this stage of her life, has probably decided “Oh what the hell!!” and it certainly appears her book ...
He’ll anchor in two languages.
Let’s just say it involved double duty.
Stations aren’t always competitive.
Did you notice something new about the morning news?
He had been moving up at Spectrum.
The hole in the roof is very, very real.
Can you imagine jumping from a first job to the network?
A look at our nation’s coverage of Afghanistan.
She is also the longest running morning anchor in the region.
Check out this jump.
It was completely my decision.
“He is strategic, innovative and brings a unique perspective of the local news landscape to our newsroom.”
She’s heading to the market from Texas.
“Sure, the number is 3, 2, 1....”
It happened on Sunday.
She was living in the tower that collapsed.
Wendy Corona, an anchor/reporter for Apollo/Cox’s WSB in Atlanta, announced during her 4 PM newscast that she was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. The good news is that the cancer was caught early on. ...
She’s moving right into a SVP role.
He had a long run.
It’s getting heated in the state.
It’s a good gig.
She’s well known in the market.
She took one on-air job and got to come back.
This was drawn out.
We ran across an article in “The Washington Post” about the beginnings of cable noise wanna-be powerhouse Newsmax and its exceedingly self-appreciating CEO Chris Ruddy and it is quite the read. We had, quite ...
She claims males were given privileges and not wearing masks.
A former Houston reporter has been selected to lead.
It was an emotional day.
"Fox uses them to push their conspiracy theories that Biden is essentially senile.”
A letter has been sent to the Governor on behalf of Sung and 30 organizations.
We’re breaking it down.
Check out what this West Palm reporter caught on camera.
He's one of the guys who has been on the frontline of almost everything.
There is a specific team focusing on Hispanic communities.
There is a main anchor role opening.
It’s effective immediately.
Staffers discovered something super creepy.
She has been with the station since 2006.
The man arrested has been charged with battery.
And her family fell victim to Anti-Asian hate speech.
Female meteorologists, read this.
This anchor handled is so well.
It’s happening now, everyday at 6.
The reporter found himself in a predictment.
Ratings are up.
“I’m really excited about my gown.“
She still doesn’t know what happened.
“I’m super excited about this next chapter - but will definitely miss my family here in Tampa.”
This is just a shout out to the reporters who aren’t startling by random people who feel the need to interrupt journalists just trying to do their job. Liv Johnson, a reporter for CBS47 ...
We all want to be reassured right now. And for one Baltimore Sun writer, it was seein news stations handle severe weather coverage last week they why they would have before the pandemic hit. ...
Smart TV? No problem. You’ll now be able to get your local news in Los Angeles without having to purchase cable service. KTLA has just launched KTLA+, a live-streaming app for all Smart TV ...
A Texas-based NBC investigative reporter won’t forget the storm that rolled through the state last week. Not only because of the stories he was covering but because of his own story. Mike Hixenbaugh, like ...
If something seems off, you’re right, it is.
She helped launch the Eyewitness news brand.
Deadline is reporting that ABC News chief national correspondent Matt Gutman has been suspended. It’s because he violated the company’s policy on Covid-19 safety, according to the publication, when he entered a hospital to ...
He spent four good years in Nebraska.
It happened live during the impeachment trial on February 9.
It wasn’t the reporter’s fault!
President Joe Biden’s first formal interview as the Commander-in-Chief will take place during a uniquely American event: the Super Bowl
“One of the priorities of local television news stations is to employ staff who see, know, care about and understand our community. If the candidate is qualified, and we can hire someone who openly ...
This is the culmination of 18 months of head-in-the-sand obfuscation of Leon Black's dealings with Jeffrey Epstein.
“We’ll dive into the biggest stories in news, sports, entertainment and culture while staying true to NewsNation’s mission of delivering objective journalism”
“Meet the Press” and the network’s bureau closer to the heart of the city — paying credence to the mantra of “location, location, location.”
Kimberly Klacik, who recently ran as a Republican candidate for Congress in Maryland, reminded viewers that “there are 75 million people that voted for President Trump” and agreed when asked if his followers might ...
Depending on which cable channel you were watching on Wednesday morning, it was a tale of two exits – according to the Daily Beast. On Fox News, Newsmax, and One America News Network, Donald ...
While monitoring online chatter about protests at state capitols in advance of next week’s presidential inauguration, the Seattle Times came across a chilling description for journalists: soft targets
"In some markets, there may be a tradeoff between localism and diversity. A merger that eliminates a source of local news may be optimal, even though it reduces viewpoint diversity, if the merged entity ...
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) was founded to provide quality programs and services and advocacy for Black journalists worldwide.
High-level editors at The New York Post instructed staff members this week not to use reporting from CNN, MSNBC, The Times and The Washington Post as the sole basis for any Post article
“After review, and in light of concerns about the ongoing potential for violence, we removed new content uploaded to Donald J. Trump’s channel for violating our policies”
Wichita Falls Police are investigating a report of vandalism after an internet communications tower fell and damage was done to the tower at KFDX-TV
Comcast, AT&T, Hallmark and Facebook are joining the list of companies that are rearranging their political contributions and business relationships to distance themselves from President Donald Trump and the G.O.P. the week after supporters ...
“They all work together to make sure at the same time we would lose access to not only our apps, but they’re actually shutting all of our servers off tonight, off the internet"
If this comes as a surprise, it’s in degree and not in point of fact. That the President who pointed out the “very fine people on both sides” of the Charlottesville riots in 2017 ...
The woman who was shot and killed inside the US Capitol during the protests was from the San Diego area
NBC News‘ Sunday morning political affairs program “Meet the Press” is planning to move to its new Washington, D.C. set Jan. 10, 2020, according to moderator Chuck Todd.
After seeing social media clips of folks chomping on icicles ... she had to speak up.
It was a year unlike any other in most of our lifetimes, and we wanted to take a moment to recognize and thank the journalists who have gone above and beyond this year
“Mr. President, it’s time to end this dark charade”
“Doesn’t this hurt your effort to model good behavior and to urge people to act responsibly? I mean, why is the vice president doing something like this?”
When Joe Biden is sworn in as president on 20 January, cable news viewers may witness one of the most dramatic 180-degree turns in history
When it comes to receiving news, local news (TV, radio and print) is cited by respondents as the most reliable source of information.