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For about a year KXLY have been using drone technology for a segment they’ve been producing called Air 4 Adventures –non-narrated packages that bring viewers “the beauty of the region from the air.”
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KM Communications, owned by the Bae family based in Chicago, has closed on the sale announced in 2018 of KWKB Iowa City, to HC2 Holdings for $1,850,000.
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Federal workers in Michigan out of work due to the government shutdown are calling out, Help Me Hank. WDIV’s consumer reporter, Hank Winchester, is listening and providing news coverage that offers insight and resources for workers who are trying to stay afloat without getting a paycheck.
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WPVI will distribute 10,000 Kidde smoke alarms to local families in need.
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A new set that resembles a trendy downtown apartment that’s been converted from industrial space is now the workplace for the newscasts at WDAF in Kansas City.
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KTLA is credited with being the first TV station to broadcast live footage from a helicopter in 1958. Today, KTLA is the CW affiliate in Los Angeles, but in 1948, it was the first TV station west of the Mississippi River.
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WOIO, the Raycom Media-owned CBS affiliate began using its new ProHD Studio 4000 live production and streaming studio from JVC Professional Video to provide a scaled-down, cost-effective version of its full control room for its OTT media platforms.
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CBS WFOR won an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award for its documentary, “The Everglades: Where Politics, Money and Race Collide.” WFOR spent a year exploring the causes of the contaminated algae in Florida’s Everglades after the toxic blue-green algae shut down beaches and businesses.
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Hearst’s NBC/ABC affiliate KSBW collected 489 pounds of food, 5,129 toys, and $184,000 in its “Share Your Holiday” event.
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Hearst’s ABC affiliate WCVB raised $350,000 in the “Relief Fund 5: Explosion Recovery” telethon. The money supports relief efforts after a gas line exploded in the Merrimack Valley.
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Gray’s NBC affiliate WEAU raised $83,000 in memory of three fourth grade Girl Scouts and a parent who were killed by an impaired driver and the money will be used for a memorial scholarship in their honor.
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WDSU, Hearst’s NBC affiliate in New Orleans, went on the air on Dec. 18, 1948, making it Louisiana’s first television station, now celebrating 70 years.
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Chronicle: Pittsburgh’s Holiday Traditions highlights the remarkable ways the holidays come alive for families in western Pennsylvania and will air on Hearst’s ABC affiliate WTAE.
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WFOR, the CBS O&O in Miami, earned a Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award for its hour-long documentary, The Everglades: Where Politics, Money and Race Collide.
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KNTV, the NBC O&O in San Francisco, earned an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for its investigative series, Drivers Under Siege.
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WTVM in Columbus, Georgia, is celebrating its 65th anniversary through the eyes of the people who worked there through the ages.
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It is rare for three local TV competitors in the same market to forget their differences and to come together to honor a beloved member of the community. Three local TV affiliates, will air Standing with Chris, to honor the life of the late Chris Bradley who was the chief meteorologist at WBNS.
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New Orleans TV stations brought home a collection of regional Emmys last weekend, as the Suncoast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences handed out its 2018 awards.
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As Hurricane Michael approached Nexstar Media’s WMBB in the Florida panhandle town of Panama City, station management was feeling fairly confident. They had a well-developed disaster plan.
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In 2012, two Palm Springs, Calif. stations merged. KESQ, the ABC affiliate and KPSP, the CBS affiliate, begin working under one roof, but produced different newscasts with different staff.
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