Local News

KHOU has been in a temporary studio since they lost their building to Hurricane Harvey. But the Tegna station in Houston is making strides towards settling into a permanent new hom
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KNOE-TV is celebrating 65 years of broadcasting. The station went on the air on Sept. 1953. Initially, the station had a 774-foot tower, weighing 4 tons and costing $65,000.
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In Florida, the unofficial state bird is jokingly referred to as the construction crane. So WSFL in Miami used that icon as the basis of a series of promos to highlight programming changes.
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At KSAT, reporter Courtney Friedman said on social media she would be joining Tim Gerber at the anchor desk for 10 p.m. newscasts on weekends.
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WTVD, the ABC O&O in Raleigh and Durham, North Carolina, is using its new streetside studio to promote its morning newscast.
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With a rare Category 5 hurricane bearing down on the Hawaiian Islands, KHON Honolulu got coverage help from owner Nexstar’s Washington bureau and stations in California, Nevada and Pennsylvania. The effort led to an outpouring of support from the community.
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WPMT, the Fox affiliate in Harrisburg, Pa., is expanding its morning news slate.
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KSAT announced plans to expand its offerings by adding a 9 p.m. newscast and extending one of its weekend slots.​
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WISN, the Hearst station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is promoting its new set and new newscast.
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KCRG, Gray’s ABC affiliate, leads in social media actions in the market over the last six months according to data from audience insight firm Shareablee.
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ABC13 KTRK announced it is debuting its new Eyewitness News effective 3pm, Monday, September 10th.
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The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) urged its broadcast members to join newspapers across the country in running editorials responding to President Trump’s attacks on the news media. Hear what a handful of TV stations had to say.
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WNYW, the Fox O&O in New York City, has had a bumpy ride after an Internet outage rendered its control room and studios essentially useless — and had to rely on Fox News Channel for help.
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WCPO, the Scripps ABC affiliate in Cincinnati, earned six Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards in the large market category.
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The addition of Amazon Alexa to KTLA5, SoCal’s top source for local news coverage, will allow the station to reach a broader audience.
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Miami’s WPLG, the Berkshire Hathaway owned ABC affiliate in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale has moved up its afternoon news block to 3 p.m.
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Sometimes a TV station is more than a TV station and that seems to be the case for the high-tech facility Gray Television is erecting in Augusta, Ga., for its WRDW-WAGT, a CBS-NBC duopoly.
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Gray Television, owner of WDBJ Roanoke, Va. (DMA 70), has entered into an agreement with Liberty University to acquire WFFP Danville, Va., and WLHG-CD Lynchburg, Va., creating a new duopoly in the 70th ranked market in central and southwestern Virginia.
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The new 30,000-square-foot home under construction for WRDW-WAGT, Gray’s CBS-NBC duopoly in Augusta, Ga., will do more than house the latest tech and workflows, it will also serve as a “billboard” to remind the locals to tune in.
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SagamoreHill-owned NBC affiliate WNBJ-LD Jackson, Tenn. (DMA 177) is now airing The CW on its ch. 39.2 subchannel.
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