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WYMT, the Gray Television owned CBS affiliate in Hazard, Kentucky, debuted a new home that echoes its branding as “Mountain News.”
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WTVF, the Scripps-owned CBS affiliate in Nashville owned by Scripps, has twice as many social media actions as its next nearest competitor in the market over the last six months.
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Raycom’s WWBT, its NBC affiliate in Richmond, Va., aired an investigative series that exposed how 125 companies delinquent in paying their taxes are being rewarded with government contracts.
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WNBC, the NBC O&O in New York City, aired a special The I-Team Reports, spotlighting several viewer-driven stories that generated action, results and change in the region.
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A Louisiana State trooper made $240,000 last year, more than any other law enforcer in Louisiana. New Orleans Fox affiliate WVUE investigates this situation with Lee Zurik leading as chief investigator.
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Women will run the top four TV newsrooms in the Twin Cities, the only U.S. major market that can make that claim.
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WCVB, Hearst’s Boston ABC affiliate, was named Station of the Year, for the fifth consecutive year, at the annual Sound Bites Awards presentation by the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association.
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Mark Winne, investigative reporter at Cox’s WSB Atlanta, talks to several Georgians who express alt right ideologies in a sobering report.
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WJZ, a CBS O&O, leads Charm City in social media actions over the last six months according to data from audience insight firm Shareablee.
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WHBQ, the Cox-owned Fox affiliate in Memphis aired a clever promotion via Facebook warning subscribers about front porch thieves.
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WBBM in Chicago has made its new set, which debuted in September, the centerpiece of a series of sweeps promos.
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KLRT, the Fox affiliate in Little Rock, rolled out a new news image campaign, which includes six spots for the evening news.
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Gray Television's KFXF-LP (low power) TV station in Fairbanks, Alaska, is dropping its Fox affiliation to become a MyNetworkTV affiliate.
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Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands are still feeling the effects of Hurricane Maria on their broadcast and communication systems. Only five local TV stations in Puerto Rico are confirmed as operational, and none for the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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WLTX, Columbia, S.C.’s CBS affiliate owned by Tegna, leads the market in social media actions over the last six months.
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HITV, owner of Hawaii MyNetworkTV affiliate KFVE, filed a complaint with the FCC alleging that DirecTV violated the agency’s rules requiring it to negotiate in good faith.
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Nebraska NBC affiliate KSNB, has rebranded under the name “KSNB Local4.”
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Tegna has been rolling out new websites for its station group that include a more simplified look.
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The dozen stations who told the FCC they were shuttering their stations after they got incentive auction payouts for their spectrum, have turned in their licenses. An additional 14 stations have also gone off the air.
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KWWL earned two Upper Midwest regional Emmy awards for its September 2016 coverage of flooding in eastern Iowa, one for its morning newscast and the other for its noon news.
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