WNBC TV News 4 New York television names new VP News
NBC O&O WNBC New York today appointed Amy Morris vice president of news. Her first day at WNBC will be March 27. She succeeds Susan Sullivan who is joining NBC News. As VP of news, Morris will lead all day-to-day news operations for NBC’s flagship station, including weather, investigative and consumer teams. She will also be tasked with increasing WNBC’’s newsroom collaboration with sister station WNJU (Telemundo) on joint investigative and consumer news stories.
Designing Texas returns to Dallas TV
WFAA, News 8 in Dallas television brings back "Designing Texas with Jocelyn White" this weekend. The award-winning Texas Home & Garden TV show is in its 17th year on air in Texas its’ motto is “Upscale Living with a Down-Home Heart”!
KTVU Fox 2 San Francisco TV decodes tech
In the heart of the tech capital - San Francisco television station KTVU Fox 2 will air a special tonight called "Decoding the Future of Tech." The show will air at 6:30pm followng the KTVU News at 6pm.
Women that Soar on Dallas TV
Celebrity guests and musical performances honor the achievements of women; from the Renaissance Dallas Hotel. It will be carried on CW 33 in Dallas at 3pm on Saturday.
Jacksonville TV First Coast Spelling Bee
WJXT News 4 Jax will show the First Coast Spelling Bee Live from the Florida Theater on Friday 3/9/18. 24 finalists from 12 Northeast Florida counties compete to go to Washington, DC for the National Scripps Spelling Bee.
Boston Fire Fighters on Boston TV Special
Fox 25 in Boston will show a special program about Boston Fire Fighters. The show will air on Tuesday at 8pm. The show called "Boston's Bravest: Facing a Hidden Killer" is about the biggest threat to their lives. Not the flames and smoke but cancer. Boston 25 news anchor Blair Miller has been working closely with local firefighters for four months, and found they're dying at an alarming rate. A memorial wall in Boston honors the 190 city firefighters who have died of occupational cancer.
Sand Blasters on San Diego TV
Expert sand Sculptors compete to carve the best work of art to avoid it being blasted to smithereens on San Diego's picturesque Pacific Beach! It's the premise of a new show on Travel Channel called "Sand Blasters." The show premieres this weekend on Travel Channel at 5pm ET. TV Video Clips is one of the largest Broadcast Monitors in the country and records most all of the Travel Channel programs.
Channel 11 WPXI Pittsburgh TV hits the ice
Pittsburgh Television station Channel 11 presents "11 on the Ice" this weekend. Channel 11 WPXI's "11 on the Ice" gives pre and post-game coverage for the Pittsburgh Penguins' regular season match-ups, interviewing players and looking at the ins and outs of each game. The show follows Channel 11 Sunday Morning News at 9am. TV Video Clips is the only broadcast monitor in Pittsburgh recording all the stations in Pittsburgh in full-resolution HD. This includes KDKA and WTAE
LA Television puts on the show for Oscars
ABC television is home to this year's Academy Awards show - and KABC is showing all the network programming in real time. KABC, ABC 7, in LA starts it's coverage at 10am Sunday the 4th with "Countdown to Oscars, Live!" They carry Oscar programming through the 11pm news. On LA's KTLA 5 - there will be coverage as well. KTLA 5 News goes on the air at 1pm Sunday with "Countdown to Gold: Getting Ready." Then they go "Live From the Oscars: Preview" at 130pm, and "Live From the Oscars" at 2pm. That rolls right into the KTLA 5 News at 330pm.
Bryan Norcross returns to Miami TV
Bryan Norcross made a name for himself as a longtime Weather Anchor in South Florida and was best known for helping guide fearful residents through Hurricane Andrew in 1992. fter Miami, Norcross moved to The Weather Channel, but now is back home in SoFlo. WPLG, Local 10, announced that Norcross has joined the station as a hurricane specialist.
Fox 25 Boston to broadcast the Red Sox from Spring training
Boston TV goes to the ballgame as Fox 25 in Boston broadcasts a live Red Sox game Thursday at 1pm. The game will be followed by Fox 25 News at 4pm. TV Video Clips is the only broadcast monitor to record all Boston TV in full HD. We'll be sure to have the baseball game for Boston television clips.
Fox News to launch streaming service for super fans
In an article from the New York Times; "Thanks to a relentless news cycle — and a dedicated fan in the Oval Office — Fox News has defied the downward trends in the television business, notching its highest-rated year in 2017 even as audiences dwindled for many networks. But the mass migration of viewers away from traditional cable and satellite packages is accelerating. And now Fox News is plotting a leap into the uncertain digital future that rivals like CNN have so far put off. On Tuesday, Fox News is set to announce Fox Nation, a stand-alone subscription service available without a cable package. The streaming service, expected to start by the end of the year, would focus primarily on right-leaning commentary, with original shows and cameos by popular personalities like Sean Hannity.
It would not overlap with Fox News’s 24-hour cable broadcast — not even reruns — because of the channel’s contractual agreements with cable operators. Instead, the network is planning to develop hours of new daily programming with a mostly fresh slate of anchors and commentators." ESPN is starting its subscription service, ESPN Plus, in the spring. About five million viewers signed up last year for HBO and Cinemax digital subscriptions. Last week, CBS said it counted five million subscriptions to its CBS and Showtime streaming services, and it plans to add two more stand-alone products, CBS Sports HQ and an offering branded for “Entertainment Tonight.”
Pittsburgh TV broadcasts 18th Congressional District Debate
KDKA CBS 2 in Pittsburgh television is broadcasting the debate for the 18th Congressional Special election. The election will be held on March 13th in Pittsburgh following the resignation of Representative Tim Murphy. The debate will be shown on Channel 2 Pittsburgh from 7pm to 8pm on 2/19/18.
WESH 2 News Orlando TV looks at Space Coast Comeback
WESH 2 News in Orlando is taking a look at what's happening around the Kennedy Space Center and all the activity surrounding the race to Mars and the hiring race that's happening around that. With companies hiring massive amounts of people to help them launch a new generation of rockets it's good for the Central Florida economy. TV Video Clips is the only Orlando Broadcast Monitor that archives all Central Florida channels in full-resolution HD!
Auto Show comes to Jacksonville TV
The Jacksonville International Auto Show will air on News4 Jax's sister station CW 17 this weekend. At 3pm on Saturday News 4 Jax's Richard Nunn, Kent Justice and Nikki Kimbleton take you inside the sights and sounds of the 2018 Jacksonville International Aiut Show. TV Video Clips is Jacksonville Broadcast Monitor and will capture the program if you need segments of the show clipped.
Chicago auto show gets Chicago TV time
The Chicago auto show will be featured on a special program on CBS 2 WBBM-TV Chicago's CBS owned and operated station. The program "CBS 2 Auto Show Special 2018" will air on Sunday night 2/11/18 following the CBS 2 News at 10pm. According to the 2018 Chicago Auto Show website, the Chicago Auto Show is the nation's largest Auto Show. WLS-TV ABC 7, Chicago's ABC owned and operated station is an official sponsor of the Chicago Auto Show. It's also doing a special from the Chicago Auto Show, an hour at 6pm on Saturday night 2/10/18. It follows ABC 7 Eyewitness News at 5pm on Saturday and ABC World News Tonight with David Muir. TV Video Clips is proud to be a Chicago Broadcast Monitor and can provide Chicago TV Clips from any of the Chicago TV stations.
Chicago Fox 32 gets Fired UP!
WFLD, Fox's owned and operated Fox 32 Chicago TV is getting fired up on Fridays with "Flannery Fired Up." The show will feature candidates running for office this election year, along with the people making news in the city and suburbs. It will follow the Fox 3 9pm news on Friday.
Charter to launch all-news channels in new markets including Los Angeles and Kansas City
Charter plans to expand its 24-hour news channel operation to five new markets in 2018, including Los Angeles, according to a company memo. The cable operator now owns 24-hour news channels (called Spectrum News) in five states. They are located in New York, North Carolina, Florida, Texas and Kentucky. TV Video Clips already records and archives a number of Spectrum news channels including New York 1, Bay News 9 and CFN 13 in Orlando.
Fox Business News has been ratings ever
Fox Business Network is off to a hot start in 2018. Per Nielsen, January 2018 was FBN’s most-watched month ever in Business Day, averaging 255,000 total viewers on weekdays in the 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. time period. And as business news dominated the headlines, from the Dow surpassing 26,000 to the government shutdown and Trump’s visit to the World Economic Forum in Davos, FBN scored its eighth consecutive monthly win over CNBC in total viewers. Jan. 2018: Business Day (M-F, 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET)
FBN: 255,000 total viewers / 31,000 A25-54
CNBC: 203,000 total viewers / 39,000 A25-54
Additionally, Fox Biz scored six of the top seven rated news programs on business television in total viewers, led once again by Lou Dobbs, whose eponymous show was the most-watched business news program for the 21st consecutive month. Varney & Co. (which had its highest-rated month ever) Countdown to the Closing Bell With Liz Claman, Cavuto Coast to Coast, After the Bell, and The Intelligence Report with Trish Regan, Risk & Reward all continued to place in the top 10 business news programs in total viewers, and defeated their timeslot competition in total viewers.
Detroit TV airs missing special
WDIV Detroit Local 4 will air a special shows called "The Missing Skelton Brothers. Seven years ago the Skelton Brothers went missing! Now, after years of silence behind bars, their father reveals NEW information only to Local 4! Find out: What he says the last night with his boys was like. What he says he promised his boys the night he said goodbye. It airs at 10pm Monday night just before the Local 4 News at 11pm.
WFAA News 8 Dallas TV Steals the show
In a WFAA News 8 Dallas original documentary they take a look at the Art Heist with Jason Whitely. New clues on the theft of a painting valued at $160 Million, stolen 32-years ago then discovered behind the bedroom door of a widow after her recent death. The show will air on WFAA News 8 in Dallas on Sunday 2/4 at 430pm just before WFAA News 8 News at 5pm.
Boston TV goes into the red zone for the Super Bowl
With the New England Patriots going into another Super Bowl Boston Television stations are all in. On My 38 WBZ's My TV affiliate they are doing a Phantom Gourmet marathon on Super Bowl Sunday. The show will feature interviews with restaurant owners and chefs, a segment on determining the best grocery item of a selected category and a segment on recipes. WBZ meanwhile will air regular episodes of Patriots All Access. The Super Bowl will be broadcast on NBC Boston. Fox 25 is doing an extra half hour from 7pm to 730pm tonight - a sports special which for sure will talk about the Super Bowl. TV Video Clips is the only Broadcast Monitor in Boston that records and archives all Boston TV in HD!
Dallas TV looks at Cowboys Season
There won't be a Texas team in the Super Bowl, but Dallas CBS station CBS 11 will take a look at the Dallas Cowboys in a program called Dallas Cowboys Year In Review. It will contain end of the season replays and interviews with the players telling their stories of how the Cowboys season concluded and how the team will look into the next season. The show will air on CBS 11 KTVT Saturday night at 11pm right after the 10pm News on CBS 11. TV Video Clips is the only Broadcast Monitor recording and archiving Dallas in HD. WFAA ABC 8 will also get in on the football action with it's Sunday show Home and Lifestyle TV - the episode takes a look at the Big Game day featuring everything food, fun and health in DFW. The show airs Sunday at 12 noon on WFAA News 8.
Local 4 WDIV Detroit TV airs Olympic special
WDIV channel 4 Local 4 in Detroit airs an Olympic special on Friday 2/2/18 in advance of the Korean games. The NBC affiliate will carry NBC coverage of the Olympics and this special called "Local 4 Special: KOREA RISING" will air at 8pm ET.
Blizzard talk in Boston TV
WBZ-TV CBS 4 in Boston is airing a special this coming weekend called "Eye on Weather: Blizzard of '78" The great Blizzard gets its own TV Special as CBS 4 takes a look at the storm that is still the high-water mark when people think snow in bean town. The special airs twice. Once on WBZ-TV channel 4 in Boston at 8:30am on Sunday and then again on WBZ's sister station My38 TV in Boston on Monday at 8:30pm - the second half of the nightly one hour newscast WBZ airs on My38. TV Video Clips records and archives Boston TV in HD.
There's much more news today on Univision and Telemundo stations across the country. Telemundo owned stations launch a midday duo local and Telemundo national including WSCV Telemundo 51 in Miami, KVEA Telemundo 52 in Los Angeles, WNJU Telemundo 47 in New York, KXTX Texas 39 in Dallas, WSNS Telemundo Chicago, and other cities. In Miami Univision 23 has beefed up their midday by adding El News Cafe to their already hour long Noticiero Univision Edicition Digital and Edicion Digital Miami.
There be pirates on Tampa Bay TV!
It's pirate season in Tampa and they've taken over Tampa television! The Gasparilla Pirate Fest is underway and kicking things off is Fox 13 WTVT's coverage of the Gasparilla Parade and Fireworks show. Fox 13's Kelly Ring and Mark Wilson host the 2018 "Piratechnic Extravanganza" a dramatic fireworks show that recreates the imaginary sea battle with pirates! The parade coverage shows us floats, marching bands and over 50 Krewes making their way down Bayshore Boulevard with festive costumes and music and treasure to share with the crowds.
San Francisco TV looks At Home in Northern California
ABC 7 KGO-TV the ABC Television station in the San Francisco Bay Area is airing an espisode of "At Home in Northern California" today at 4pm San Francisco time. It's a show featuring property videos from Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage's listings. The show kicks off a news block from 4pm to 7pm on KGO-TV ABC 7 in San Francisco that ends with "ABC 7's Bay Area Life."
11 News Pittsburgh TV airs GOP Debate
Pittsburgh Television station WPXI, 11 News, will air a debate between the four Republican candidates for governor tonight. The debate will be aired live and starts at 7pm on channel 11 Pittsburgh. Laura Ellsworth, a Pittsburgh based attorney with the law fir Joens Day, Paul Mango, a retired Pittsburgh health care consultant, State House Speaker Mike Turzai (R-Marshall), and State Senator Scott Wagner, (R-York) are all scheduled to participate. 11 News anchor David Johnson will moderate. The debate will be held in CMU's College of Fine Arts Building at 5000 Forbes Ave in Pittsburgh.
Jacksonville TV goes Jags crazy
Jacksonville television jumps on the Jaguars' run to the Super Bowl. WTLV is airing one hour specials - Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 10am and again at 10pm on Sunday night - called "Riverside Chevrolet Road to Minneapolis." First Coast News anchor Chris Porter and the entire First Coast News team previews the next step in the Jags run. TV Video Clips, the largest Broadcast Monitor in Jacksonville Florida is capturing all the action in HD clips. WJXT News 4 Jax is doing a special at 7pm Saturday called "4 The Game - The AFC Championship Preview." Mark Brunell, Sam Kouvaris & Cole Pepper get you ready for the AFC Championship game against New England this Sunday. News 4 Jax will be back on Sunday morning from 9am to 930am with another edition of the special.
Dallas TV is Hot On! Homes and Designing DFW
WFAA News 8 brings back "Designing DFW" this weekend at 11:30am - and adds a new show called "Hot On! Homes." Designing DFW is hosted by Jocelyn White and tours homes throughout the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex to introduce the latest and greatest in home desing. Hot On! Homes is a weekly home lifestyle show featuring hot new local communities and new homes in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Hot On! Homes runs just before Designing DFW at 11am on Sunday.
MSNBC, CBS News, Fox News and ABC Anchors honored by RTDNF
The RADIO TELEVISION DIGITAL NEWS FOUNDATION has announced the honorees for the 28th annual First Amendment Awards, ot be bestowed MARCH 8th in WASHINGTON. The honorees will include NBC's "MEET THE PRESS," receiving the First Amendment Award; MSNBC "MORNING JOE" hosts JOE SCARBOROUGH and MIKA BRZEZINSKI, to be given the LEONARD ZEIDENBERG First Amendment Award; CBS NEWS President DAVID RHODES, to receive the First Amendment Service Award; former FOX NEWS anchor GRETCHEN CARLSON, recipient of the First Amendment Leadership Award; and ABC NEWS "GOOD MORNING AMERICA" co-anchor and podcast host ROBIN ROBERTS, getting a Lifetime Achievement Award.
CBS 2 and KCAL 9 Los Angeles Television gets new news direcor
Southern California news veteran Tara Finestone today was named vice president and news director of KCBS and KCAL, the CBS-owned duopoly in Los Angeles. She succeeds Bill Dallman who left the stations last month. Finestone, who has been the stations’ assistant news director since July 2016, is assuming responsibility for overseeing one of the largest local broadcast and digital news departments in the country. KCBS and KCAL produce more than 65 hours of local newscasts a week.
House Hunters on HGTV goes to Jacksonville Beach
Tonight on HGTV Jonesing for Jacksonville Beach hits the air at 11pm. A couple looks for the home of their dreams in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, but can't agree on a style or location; he's hoping for a fixer upper near the water, but she's got her eye on a move-in ready option further inland! Exciting. House and Garden Television brings the drama.
KABC Los Angeles TV ABC 7 broadcasts Kingdom Day Parade 2018
ABC's owned and operated station Channel 7 in LA KABC - ABC 7 will broadcast today's Kingdom Day Parade 2018 from 11am to 1pm Pacific Time. The annual parade will be broadcast live. It's the 33rd year the parade has been organized.
Jacksonville Action News Jaguars All Access has something to talk about!
With The Jacksonville Jaguars win over the Pittsburgh Steelers over the weekend tonight's edition of Jaguars All Access will have something of substance to talk about. The show airs every Monday on WJAX the CBS station in Jacksonville. TV Video Clips is the most complete Broadcast Monitor in Jacksonville with archives going back to June 27, 2016 in HD! In fact, the stations WFOX-TV the FOX station in Jacksonville and the CBS station will be doing extended Jaguars coverage all week. There is the weekly Jaguars Wired show on WFOX and WJAX will be doing a show called Countdown to Kickoff on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7pm following the CBS Evening News with Jeff Glor. And the CW station WCWJ is getting in on Jaguars fever too. Tonight The Mark Brunell Show will be followed by 1010 Tonight.
Detroit gears up for Auto Show!
WDIV-TV Local 4 Detroit Television is airing a special on Wednesday the 17th called "Dateline Detroit: All About Autos" The special will highlight the amazing technology in today's vehicles and how it keeps families safe, the newest unveilings, the state of the auto industry and the latest trends. The show will air on Detroit's Local 4 at 8pm on Wednesday. On Friday the station will air another special; "North American Auto Show Charity Preview." This one hour special begins at 7pm on the 19th and will showcase concept cars of the future and high-fashion glamour at this black tie affair benefiting children charities. On cross-town rival WXYZ-TV the 7 Action News team will also jump into the Detroit auto show with several specials including on Friday at 7pm the "WXYZ Red Carpet charity Preview." WXYZ anchors Stephen Clark and Carolyn Clifford Host the annual sneak peek gala featuring the latest in automotive technology and style trends, along with interviews and top automotive executives. Then on Saturday WXYZ will show "WXYZ Cars are Stars" which takes an insider's look at the latest trends in automotive safety and the future of mobility, including a tour of Mcity, a testing facility for autonomous vehicles. Needless to say, we're big fans of the Motor City and will have all of these specials and all the regular newscasts from Motown available in full-resolution HD!
KTLA 5 News Los Angels goes Choice deep
KTLA 5 in LA goes all out today for covering the 23rd Annual Critics' Choice Awards. They're throwing out the program guide and once they start their daily 1pm news cast they'll be on the air with local coverage and the awards show until 1130pm tonight! The 1pm news will be followed by Countdown To The Critics' Choice Awards. TV Video Clips has the largest LA TV HD digital video archive!
Discovery to leave Silver Spring for New York City
Discovery Communications, the $7.4 billion company behind Shark Week and cable channels like TLC and Animal Planet will be moving to New York. The company is in the process of buying Scripps Networks, the owner of HGTV, Food Network and the Travel Channel. That deal is proposed to be closed in the coming months.
Telemundo stations adding mid-day news
Ten Telemundo TV stations are adding an hour long news show in Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, San Antonio, Phoenix, Tucson and McAllen. The new shows will begin on January 2nd. The first half hour will be local. The second half hour will be a new national program called Mediodia. Univision has also added a Noon show in many markets with a half hour of national News called Univision Digital following in markets like Miami, New York, Chicago and others with a local edition of the show. Telemundo Stations carrying the new programming include WSCV Telemundo 51 in Miami, KVEA Telemundo 52 in Los Angeles, WNJU Telemundo 47 in New York, KXTX Texas 39 in Dallas, WSNS Telemundo Chicago.
KABC-TV Los Angeles ABC 7 LA airs Eye on L.A. marathon!
KABC the ABC owned and operated TV station in Los Angeles is airing five episodes of it's news program Eye On L.A. today. It starts at 11am with the episode "Unique breakfasts in L.A. and around SoCal." Then at 1130am it's on to "New in L.A. Ten new places you gotta see!" At 12 noon they move on to "What's Going on Downtown? Twenty things to try in Downtown L.A." At 1230pm foodies delight "Eye on L.A. Global Gourmet" is your ticket to the best Los Angeles resturants. Closing out the run is "Eye on L.A. Selfie-Worthy Food Trends." TV Video Clips has the largest archive of LA TV in HD.
LA TV gets two more hours of weekend news!
KTLA 5 News adds an hour to its Saturday and Sunday morning newscast extending to 11am both days. That makes the Los Angeles TV staple a 6am to 11am newscast on both weekend days. KTLA 5 News clips are available from TV Video Clips the only Los Angeles broadcast monitor with LA TV Clip HD archives dating back to 11/20/2015
WJZ 13 Eyewitness News Baltimore TV does it's own New Years Eve
WJZ channel 13 in Baltimore will rock it's own New Year's Eve from Baltimore Harbor. The live show will start at 1030pm on Sunday and run till just after mid-night. In years past, the station has carried the live New Year's fireworks show over the harbor to ring in the new year. We expect this year to be no different. WJZ is owned by CBS.
KTTV Los Angeles TV Fox 11 gets new anchor
Fox-owned KTTV Los Angeles (DMA 2) has appointed Dan Cohen weeknight evening anchor. Beginning Jan. 16, 2018, he will co-anchor the weekday Fox 11 5 O’Clock News and Fox 11 10 O’Clock News alongside Christine Devine. Most recently, Cohen anchored the morning news at KFMB San Diego. Previously, he was an anchor/ reporter for WTXL Tallahassee, Fla.
Chicago TV WMAQ WSNS to host debate
NBC-owned WMAQ and Telemundo’s WSNS, both Chicago, will partner with the Union League Club of Chicago and the Chicago Urban League to host the first televised 2018 Illinois Democratic Gubernatorial Forum on Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018, at 6 p.m. The hour-long forum, broadcast from the NBC Tower, will be moderated by WMAQ Political Editor Carol Marin. WMAQ reporter Mary Ann Ahern and WSNS reporter Karla Leal will take questions from the audience in the roundtable-conversation format.
10 News San Diego shows off San Diego Holiday Traditions
KGTV San Diego the ABC station will show a special program on Sunday called Holiday Traditions: Celebrating San Diego. The station has been asking viewers to upload photos to their website showing off their unique holiday traditions. The show will air following 10 News at 6pm Sunday. TV Video Clips is a partner of KGTV 10 News. We record and archive the station and clips from all of it's local news and community programming is available for purchase.
NBC 6 Miami TV does Art Basel Special
WTVJ the NBC owned and operated Miami station will broadcast a special on the annual Art Basel festival. The show will air in the 1130am slot on Wednesday December 7th normally used for the daily 6 in the Mix show. The Art Basel festival attracts people from all over the world for a week of art exhibits in multiple venues in Miami and Miami Beach.
KABC TV Los Angeles carries Huntington Park Parade
ABC 7 Los Angeles TV will broadcast the 67th annual Holiday Parade in Huntington Park. The show will air Saturday morning at 9:30am after the 8am to 9:30am edition of Eyewitness News Los Angeles. The annual parade is presented by the city of Huntington Park in the greater Los Angeles area. TV Video Clips is an official broadcast monitor in LA and will have segments of the parade coverage on KABC available for you to purchase.
House Hunters hunts in Chicago
House Hunters on the HGTV television network takes House Hunters to Chicago in an episode titled "Single in Chicago." In the show a single woman searches for her first home in Chicago and wants a move-in ready bungalow withing 30 minutes of downtown Chicago and her job. TV Video Clips records and archives HGTV and can make episodes or clips within episodes of these programs available.
Telemundo launches daily Puerto Rico Newscast
Telemundo is airing an hour long newscast on its O&O stations called Telenoticias Puerto Rico. The show airs at 4am just before the local station's morning shows. The show offers what Telemundo says is the most complete information with the best reporters in Puerto Rico. It airs on WSCV Noticiero Telemundo 51 in Miami, Telemundo 47 Noticias de Nueva York, Telemundo Chicago WSNS, Telemundo Dallas Noticiero Telemundo 39, Telemundo 52 Los Angeles, Telemundo 48 de Area de la Bahia San Francisco and others.
KFMB San Diego TV CBS News 8 bought by Tegna
TEGNA, the former Gannett Television division, has bought San Diego television's CBS affiliate KFMB-TV for $325 Million. KFMB is also the market's CW affiliate on it's D2 channel. CBS 8 News San Diego does unique programming in the morning and evening on the D2 "CW" station in addition to the normal fare of news programming on the CBS San Diego main channel.
WFAA News 8 in Dallas airs Dallas Marathon
WFAA News 8 Dallas TV will air this year's BMW Dallas Marathon. The Dallas Marathon will benefit the Texas Scotish Rite Hospital for Children, the race highlights iconic Dallas landmarks and starts and finishes in Downtown Dallas. The show airs from 8am to 11am on Sunday.
Fox 2 Detroit TV to air special about Detroit
Fox 2 Detroit, the Fox O&O in Detroit, will air a special Saturday night called "Happy Holidays, Detroit!" The show will take a look at the amazing aspects that Detroit has to offer as it continues to be a national staple while maintaining its own unique essence. "Happy Holiday's Detroit!" will air at 7pm Saturday following the Fox 2 News at 6pm.
WCVB Boston TV airs live holiday tree-lighting concert
WCVB’s annual live broadcast of Boston’s official tree-lighting concert is airing tonight starting at 7. In addition to it airing on TV, the event will be live streamed on WCVB.com. The tree-lighting will take place immediately after a live concert with performances by Grammy Award Winning R&B Group, All-4-One, the Boston Pops Gospel Choir, and several other top named acts.
Dallas Sweeps: WFAA, KDFW, KXAS Post Wins
Beaten a year ago by NBC5 in the showcase 10 p.m. local news wars, WFAA rebounded in the latest November “sweeps” with twin wins in the two key ratings measurements while adding a first-place finish at 6 p.m. in total viewers. Fox4 remained dominant at 6 a.m. with another sweep while NBC5 was strongest at 5 p.m. with an outright win in total viewers and a tie with Fox4 among 25-to-54-year-olds (the main advertiser target audience for news programming). Fox4 prevailed at 6 p.m. in the 25-to-54 realm. CBS11 again emerged with no wins in the four major combat zones. But the station did manage to move up a notch at 10 p.m. in both ratings barometers in a month where World Series run-overs took Fox4 out of the 10 p.m. mix on several nights.
Glor to take over CBS Evening News on December 4th
Jeff Glor, a veteran CBS News journalist, will officially take the reins as the new anchor of CBS Evening News on Dec. 4, the show announced Sunday. "I can't wait to highlight the exceptional, ongoing work of my colleagues every single night," Glor said. "We are focused on delivering a newscast powered by reporting and writing that will get to the heart of the issues that impact our viewers wherever they are." As a correspondent for "CBS This Morning" and "60 Minutes Sports," Glor filed reports recently from Greenland, Newfoundland, Alaska, Africa and Ireland, to name a few. For the CBS Evening News, Glor's ongoing series of reports on the recall crisis at General Motors and Takata sent him across the U.S. to find survivors, stories and information that were kept hidden from the public for years.
WNBC News 4 New York and WNJU Telemundo New York open San Juan bureau
NBC O&O WNBC News 4 New York and Telemundo owned WNJU Telemundo 47 have opened a San Juan, Puerto Rico news bureau which will deliver additional coverage of Puerto Rico's ongoing rebuilding and recovery from Hurricane Maria. Led by bilingual reporter Julio "Gaby" Acevedo, the bureau will deliver daily English and Spanish language news and updates for WNBC, WNJU and for all NBC and Telemundo owned stations like WSCV Telemundo 51 and NBC 6 WTVJ in Miami, KNBC News 4 Los Angeles, KXAS-TV NBC 5 in Dallas, WMAQ-TV NBC 5 in Chicago, NBC Bay Area in San Francisco, WRC-TV News 4 Washington DC, NBC 7 in San Diego and the new NBC Boston and it's all news channel NECN.
Keith Jones joins NBC 6 Miami TV
NBC-owned WTVJ Miami (DMA 16) has named Keith Jones as the station’s 4 p.m. news anchor. Jones joins Trina Robinson and will co-anchor the hour-long weekday newscast as well as the 5:30 p.m. newscast. Additionally, Jones will serve as the lead sports anchor and host of Sports Final. The half-hour locally produced sports show airs Sunday evenings at 11:30 immediately following the station’s late newscast. Jones joined the WTVJ team in July 2012. Prior to that, he was the morning and noon news anchor at WSTP Tampa. Jones’ journalistic career includes anchoring continuous coverage and reporting from the crash site of United Flight 93 on Sept. 11, and field anchoring and reporting from the scene of nine trapped miners at Quecreek Mine in Pennsylvania.
HGTV House Hunter hits Tampa
Second Chance in Tampa is the title of this week's House Hunters on the HGTV network. Minnesota transplants look for a fresh start with their young son in Tampa, Fl.
Bargain Mansions premiere's in Kansas City on DIY Network!
In Kansas City home renovator Tamara Day transforms rundown mansions into dream homes. This is the first episode of this new series on DIY television.
Travel Channel show Food Paradise visits Texas, Chicago and New York
Food Paradise samples Ghost pepper burger in Texas, Chicago pizza named Dance with Wl Diablo and curry in New York City. Spicy!
WJZ CBS 13 Baltimore TV clips competition on social
According to the station’s general manager and news director, it comes down to listening, powerful visuals, quality posts over quantity, and sometimes, stories that bring a smile. 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. WJZ has just over 3.2 million actions on social, 31% of the market’s more than 10.2 million actions. WRBS-FM, (95.1 Shine-FM), a Christian music station owned by Peter & John Radio Fellowship, led the market in actions per post on Facebook with 276.
KNBC Los Angeles TV ups Matt Goldberg to Ass't ND
KNBC NBC 4 the NBC O&O in LA TV managing editor Matt Goldberg has been promoted to assistant news director. He started at the NBC affiliate in Los Angeles in 2014 as managing editor and supervisor at KNBC's investigative unit. He takes over for Stacy Owen who left LA TV for San Francisco and NBC Bay Area as KNTV's GM along with NBC Bay Area's sister station Telemundo Bay Area KSTS.
Fox News scores with Hannity
After the summer of Rachel Maddow, Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity ascended to the top of the cable news mountain. Hannity’s move to the 9 p.m. timeslot paid immediate dividends for the network. President Donald Trump’s biggest cable news backer averaged 3.2 million viewers in October, topping Maddow’s 2.5 million, the Nielsen company said. Fox’s Tucker Carlson, in an earlier time slot, had 2.8 million viewers. When Bill O’Reilly was working at Fox, there was no question for years who was the top person in cable television talk. His ouster in April following the revelation of sexual harassment settlements put that distinction up for grabs, and MSNBC’s Maddow took the title in July, August and September.Fox’s Laura Ingraham made a strong debut Monday, reaching 3.27 million viewers at 10 p.m. and beating CNN and MSNBC in the time slot, Nielsen said.
House Hunters take the search to Chicago
House Hunters episode 12 in this season is called "Sweet New home in Chicago." The Chicago based episode shows a young couple on the hunt for their first home in Chicago. She's a nurse who really wants a fixer upper that has old-fashioned charm, and he's a med student who prefers to keep things sleek and modern without projects. Chicago TV on HGTV network in full-resolution HD.
St Louis gets visit from Cooking Channel's Late Nite Eats
Chef Jordan Andino visits the city of St Louis to take a look at the city's restaurants that reign supreme in the late-night food scene. The St Louis TV appearance is the 6th episode of the first season of Late Night Eats on the Cooking Channel.
Orlando TV ratings show WFTV Eyewitness News with big win
For October, WFTV-Channel 9 Eyewitness News scared up impressive ratings, winning contests by margins large and small with the 25-to-54 age group. The ABC affiliate was way out in front at 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. but also won tighter races at noon and 4 p.m., according to numbers from Nielsen. Fox 35, the Fox-owned WOFL, ranked first in news at 10 p.m. and offered the most-watched local news from 7 to 9 a.m. against ABC’s “Good Morning America” and NBC’s “Today.” WFTV built on momentum from September, when Hurricane Irma swept through Florida.
CBS News names Jeff Glor as anchor of the CBS Evening News
CBS Television on Wednesday appointed the 42-year-old Jeff Glor to a job that has been held by Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather, Bob Schieffer, Katie Couric and, most recently, Scott Pelley. Glor, from upstate New York, has been with CBS News for 10 years as a reporter and fill-in anchor on various broadcasts and CBS’ digital operation.
WCBS-TV CBS 2 New York TV goes live twice this week!
WCBS-TV, CBS 2 New York City Television, the flagship of the CBS television group will carry a live one hour debate for the New York City Mayor's race this Wednesday at 7pm. Then on Thursday the station will do a half hour plus special for the New York Jets game against the conference rivals Buffalo Bills from MetLife Stadium.
KMBC Kansas City TV takes us to Arrowhead for Monday Night Football!
KMBC Channel 9 in Kansas City Television is doing an hour long special Monday night as ESPN's Monday Night Football comes to town. The KMBC team will broadcast live in advance of the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Denver Broncos. The Broncos had won five straight games at Kansas City before the Chiefs prevailed on Christmas night last year, 33-10, as Alex Smith threw for 244 yards.
New York Marathon coverage this weekend on New York TV
The annual New York City Marathon gets live coverage on WABC ABC 7 the ABC O&O in New York City. A two hour broadcast of the race begins at 3pm on New York's channel 7. Coverage will also be available to ABC station across the country as the program is distributed by ABC TV. The race will be run on 11/5/17.
PIX 11 News New York's WPIX expands morning news
PIX 11 Morning News will now begin at 430am. The new time slot puts the Tribune-owned station on air 30 minutes earlier and at the same time as New York’s other major morning show, Good Day Wake-Up, which is now anchored by former PIX11 anchor, Sukanya Krishnan.
World Series starts today Fox 11 Los Angeles TV has special programming
The World Series starts today between the LA Dodgers and Houston Astros. KTTV Fox 11 will start its news at 3pm in advance of the game start. The game is being broadcast on Fox TV. The first three games are this week Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
ABC News names Dr Ashton Chief Medical correspondent
Dr. Jennifer Ashton has been named chief medical correspondent for ABC News. She joined the ABC News Medical Unit five years ago and most recently had been chief women’s health correspondent for ABC News.
Telemundo 47 New York appoints Endy Rodriguez ND
Telemundo-owned WNJU New York (DMA 1) has appointed Endy Rodriguez vice president of news, effective immediately. He will lead all day-to-day operations within the newsroom while continuing to increase the station’s growth and engagement on its digital properties. He will also further expand WNJU’s newsroom collaboration with sister station WNBC New York on joint investigative and consumer news stories.
Fox 4 Dallas slams the social
KDFW, the Fox O&O in Dallas, dominated social media actions in the market over the last six months according to data from audience insight firm Shareablee. KDFW has just over 13.5 million actions on social, 36% of the total engagement generated by the DMA, with more than 37 million social actions. KDFW was also first in actions per post on Facebook with 1,571, and leads the market on Twitter with more than 300,000 actions.
WFTV 9 Eyewitness News Orlando TV looks at Orlando International Airport
WFTV Channel 9 Eyewitness News News in Orlando, the ABC station is airing a special report on Orlando International Airport Wednesday 10/18/17 at 7pm. Orlando International Airport is the gateway to Orlando's theme park world, including Disney, Sea World and Universal.
KCBS-TV CBS 2 in Los Angeles airs Las Vegas special
LA TV Station KCBS CBS 2, the CBS O&O station in Los Angeles is airing a special report tonight at 1130pm on the shooting in Las Vegas. It airs following the CBS 2 News at 11pm.
Cori Coffin joins WTTG Fox 5 DC
Fox O&O WTTG Washington (DMA 7) has hired Cori Coffin as a general assignment reporter, effective Oct. 9. Most recently, Coffin was an anchor and reporter for KVUE Austin, Texas. Prior to that, she was an anchor and reporter at KREX Grand Junction, Colo. She began her career in broadcasting as a freelance reporter for Time Warner Cable in Los Angeles. Coffin holds a B.F.A. degree in television and broadcast journalism and a B.A. in public relations and advertising from Chapman University.
Stokes joins Fox 5 New York TV morning show
Lori Stokes has been named co-host of Good Day New York on Fox flagship WNYW New York, it was announced today. Stockes, most recently co-anchor of Eyewitness News This Morning at crosstown WABC, will work with Rosanna Scotto on the 7-10 a.m. show. “I can’t wait to work alongside Rosanna and be a part of … a show that has always had its finger on the pulse of the greatest city in the world,” said Stokes in a statement.
Fox TV and ION deal closer?
Fox has talked about a joint venture with ION media and it appears that ION really wants it to happen. TheStreet.com says that ION is trying to sweeten the deal to get it done. The two sides are talking about a joint venture in which the ION stations will join with the Fox O&O's like WNYW Fox 5 New York, WTTG Fox 5 DC, KTTV Fox 11 Los Angeles, WFLD Fox 32 in Chicago, KTVU Fox 2 in San Francisco-Oakland, WOFL Fox 35 in Orlando, WTVT Fox 13 in Tampa-St Petersburg, WFXT Fox 25 in Boston, KDFW Fox 4 in Dallas and so on and all would be Fox affiliates. If this happens it will have a huge impact on Sinclair and other companies that have Fox affiliates in markets where there is a ION media station.
Welcome Bean Town - Where everyone knows your name!
TV Video Clips has added another great American City to its list of record and archive venues. Boston will now be recorded in full-resolution HD and archived forever. This includes Fox 25 WFTX, WHDH 7 News, WCVB ABC 5, WBZ CBS Boston, NBC Boston, NECN (New England Cable News), WGBH Boston Public Television, and WMUR Channel 9 in Manchester New Hampshire. Welcome Boston TV to the TV Video Clips family of markets!
New York TV covers Puerto Rican hurricane
Several TV news reporters from the New York City market are in Puerto Rico today covering Hurricane Maria.
There are more than 1 million Puerto Ricans living in New York, which makes up about 23 percent of Puerto Ricans living stateside. WPIX, PIX 11 the Tribune-owned flagship station, sent morning anchor Craig Treadway, with photographer Eddie Lebron and engineer Jared Barnett. They’ve been reporting live all morning. WABC ABC 7 weekend anchor, Joe Torres, who also hosts Hispanic affairs show Tiempo is also in San Juan. CBS correspondent, David Begnaud, did hits for WCBS CBS 2 from Puerto Rico. Janelle Burrell was in East Harlem, which has the largest population of Puerto Rico natives in the city, reporting on how locals are reacting. Ray Villeda led coverage for WNBC News 4 New York and Cristina Navarrese for Telemundo. WNYW Fox 5 filed a national piece on the storm and did a local package on Tropical Storm Jose churning up the water on the coast of Long Island.
NBC Chicago TV Makes a Difference
NBC Chicago, Channel 5 Chicago is airing an episode of NBC 5: Making A Difference on Saturday 9/23 right after Chicago 5 News at 5pm. The series tells stories of individuals and organizations serving the communities of Chicago.
NBC Today Show gets Megyn Makeover
Starting Monday September 25th the third hour of the Today show on NBC will get a new look and a new host. Megyn Kelly will take over the slot with a show titled Megyn Kelly Today. Kelly was brought to the Peacock from Fox News as part of the massive NBC News build-up directed by Andy Lack which includes a total remake of MSNBC's daytime lineup.
Page Six TV makes the iconic name come to life
Starting today the iconic gossip page from the New York Post comes alive on television in the new strip; Page Six TV. Page Six TV puts fashion, real estate, politics and sports under a microscope - all with a dishy twist, according to a Page Six TV press release. It joins a host of new shows for the new season including Sister Circle, Daily Mail TV written DailyMailTV, Daily Blast and more.
WCBS-TV CBS 2 New York TV hosts Mayoral Debate
Bill de Blasio and Joe Lhota will square off on WCBS-TV, New York City's CBS owned and operated TV station. Recent polls show that de Blasio is ahead by 40 points, but Lhota says he thinks he can close the gap. The debate was originally scheduled for Tuesday, but postponed by one day to honor the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy.
WLS-TV ABC 7 Chicago TV clips the competition on social media
WLS, ABC's O&O in Chicago Television, known as ABC 7 locally - is number one in social media actions for the last six months. Shareablee says ABC 7 Chicago has almost 5 million actions on social, 36% of the total engagement generated in Chicago TV. WLS was first on Instagram with almost 950,000 actions. WFLD Fox's Chicago TV station Fox 32 in Chicago was first in actions per post with almost 22,000. The Chicago Tribune which owns WGN-TV led the market on Twitter with just over 480,000 actions. NBC Chicago had the 4th most actions with 11,758,708 from Feburary 20 to August 20.
New York One NY1 in HD!
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KTVU Plus San Francisco covers Race in the Bay Area
KTVU is examining race relations the the San Francisco Bay area with the program Barriers and Bridges - Race in the Bay. The show will air this week on Tuesday night on KTVU Plus at 8pm following the nightly KTVU Plus 7pm news.
Telemundo New York TV expands public affairs programming
WNJU Telemundo 47 in New York City is giving viewers more opportunity to watch its local public affairs program Enfoque en Telemundo 47. It will not run weekly starting August 6th at 8am. Enfoque en Telemundo 47 is hosted by Allan Villafana. Enfoque en Telemundo 47 gives viewers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut information about their local neighborhoods.
KRON San Francisco TV expands Primetime News
KRON-TV San Francisco is expanding its weekday primetime local news programming from 8pm to 11pm Starting August 21st. KRON will move its current two hours of MyNetworkTV programming to 11pm weekdays. KRON will now broadcast 11 hours of live local news every weekday, with six hours of nonstop local news in the morning, two hours of early evening news and three hours of primetime news.
Washington DC TV gets news station
Although the "new" station for the Washington DC TV market isn't really "new" it is now available to many more people for the first time. Based in Hagerstown WDVM (formerly WHAG) has expanded its reach by nearly a million people with carriage on several metro area cable systems. The station has also increased the amount of news it produces including NOVA (Northern Virginia) News (Mon.-Sat. at 7 a.m., Mon.-Fri. at 7 and 11:00 p.m.) and I-270 News (Mon.-Sat. at 7:30 a.m. and Mon-Fri at 7:30 p.m.).
CBS 4 Miami TV airs Versace Special
CBS 4 Miami, WFOR-TV, is airing a special this weekend called The Versace Murder: A South Beach Story. The special will examine the events surrounding the shooting death of famous designer Gianni Versace. It's the 20th anniversary of the shooting death.
WXYZ ABC 7 Detroit TV examines Detroit Riot 50 years ago!
WXYZ, Detroit TV's ABC station, will air a documentary about the 1967 Detroit riot this Sunday night at 7pm. Fox 2, WJBK in Detroit, will also air a half hour special about the riots. That show will be woven into the regularly scheduled Fox 2 newscasts. On WXYZ, the show produced by The Detroit Free Press will be called 12th and Clairmount. It will highlight the tensions that led to the most violent uprising in Detroit's history - presented commercial-free and will feature WXYZ archival film along with home movies from Detroiters who witnessed the five-day riot.
Jennifer Montoya Betancourth joins KRCA News Los Angeles TV
Estrella TV flagship station KRCA LA has hired former Noticias Caracol anchor Jennifer Montoya Betancourth. She will take over the anchor desk for the noon and 5pm newscasts starting Monday July 31. She joins the station with more than ten years of journalistic experience in her native Colombia where she anchored the national newscast Noticias Caracol. KRCA has beefed up it's local news joining a great deal of Spanish language news in Los Angeles - the 2nd largest TV market in the country - including Univision's local station, KMEX Univision 34, and Telemundo's local station KVEA Telemundo 52.
Washington DC TV gets new newscast - new TV station
WDCA owned by Fox and co-operated with WTTG Fox 5 DC is being rebranded Fox 5 Plus. As part of the move Fox will add a prime time newscast at 8pm. The show will be anchored by main Fox 5 anchors Tony Perkins and Shawn Yancy. The station will also have breaking news updates during the day.
Local TV stations get fired up over 4th of July Fireworks shows
Local Fireworks Shows are broadcast by many stations. The Big Bay Boom in San Diego on Fox 5 KSWB, The Ford Fireworks on Local 4 WDIV in Detroit, Jacksonville's annual Fireworks on the River on News 4 Jax WJXT, Kansas City, Dallas, and the Granddaddy of them all the Macy's Fireworks on NBC Television from New York. Copies of these fireworks shows, needless to say, are all available from the nation's largest broadcast monitor; TV Video Clips. Click here to order.
Chicago TV host recovering from open heart surgery
Corey McPherrin, host of WFLD Fox 32's Good Day Chicago, is expected to be off the Fox-owned station's morning show for at least six weeks while recovering from open heart surgery to correct a lifelong ailment. McPherrin, 62, underwent surgery last Tuesday to replace an aortic valve and part of his aorta that had become enlarged.
Fox 5 New York TV leads social media
WNYW continues to lead in the social media ratings in New York City TV, raising their overall Share to 39.5 in the last 30 days. WABC Eyewitness News ABC 7 came in second with a 30.7 overall share and WPIX PIX 11 TV came in third with a 12.8 overall share.
LA TV gets new Spanish language news casts
KWHY TV, Los Angeles TV channel 22 has launched two news local LA TV news casts one at 7pm and one at 10pm. Both will strip seven days a week.
Chicago TV gets new midday newscast
Chicago Univision station adds local element to the daily Univision Edicion Digital by adding a half hour local component to the show. The local show in Chicago will fill the Chicago TV void of local Chicago midday news for Spanish speakers in Chicago TV news offerings. Diana Perez and Enrique Rodriguez will lead Ediciion Digital: Chicago, geared to Chicago's cross-cultural audience featuring live, in-the-moment interviews with influencers and experts. The show airs daily from 1130am to 12n Chicago time.
Morning Dose replaces Eye Opener on Tribune stations
Tribune Broadcasting today announced the launch of "morning dose.," a first of its kind, live social "wake-up" show, in partnership with Dose, a top digital media agency that specializes in data-driven, shareable content. Hosted by television personalities Melissa Rycroft and Brandon London, and news anchor Laila Muhammad, "morning dose.," will launch on June 29th and will feature compelling and timely news stories powered by Dose's social storytelling and scientific method to create and distribute content. "morning dose." will air weekdays syndicated in six Tribune markets: KDAF/Dallas, KIAH/Houston, WPHL/Philadelphia, WDCW/Washington DC, WSFL/Miami and KRCW/Portland, OR.
Miami TV get familiar face back on television
Louis Aguirre is coming back to SoFlo TV. WPLG Local 10 has hired Aguirre to replace Victor Oquendo, who is leaving the station to become a correspondent with ABC News. Aguirre was working on the syndicated show "The Insider" but the show was canceled and Aguirre was looking to come back to Miami TV. Aguirre worked at WPLG from 1988 to 1992. he then went to Channel 7 WSVN for ten years. He also worked for Fox News.
Chicago TV gets new anchor!
NBC 5, WMAQ in Chicago, hires new anchor from Kansas City. Patrick Fazio, who's been the morning news anchor at NBC affiliate KSHB in Kansas City since 2013, will join NBC 5 on July 31st.
Chicago TV CBS 2 WBBM teams Bailey and Kennedy
Marissa Bailey, who’s been weekend morning news anchor at WBBM-Channel 2 since 2012, has been promoted to Monday-through-Friday morning co-anchor alongside Erin Kennedy at the CBS-owned station. Bailey replaces Lionel Moise, whose contract was not renewed after two years at CBS 2. His last day on the air was Friday.
TV Video Clips celebrates One Year in San Francisco
If you left your heart in San Francisco - not to worry. TV Video Clips, the nation's largest Broadcast Monitor, has you covered. We have a one year archive in HD of all the San Francisco TV Stations. San Francisco Video Clips are available with a start date of 6/13/16. If you're looking for NBC Bay Area, KPIX, KRON, KTVU Fox 2, KGO-TV or an episode of "Check, Please! Bay Area" you are just a phone call or click away from getting it delivered to your inbox - in full-resolution High Definition. San Francisco Television. We have it.
Orlando TV plans 1 Year Pulse Shooting anniversary specials
One year after the Pulse attack, Orlando television looks back with specials and public-affairs programs before extensive coverage Monday, the first anniversary of the shooting in which 49 died. “Pulse One Year Later,” a one-hour, commercial-free broadcast, brings together community leaders on WFTV-Channel 9. Martha Sugalski and Greg Warmoth host the program at 7 p.m. Sunday. Two Pulse survivors, Neema Bahrami and Orlando Torres, take part. Other participants include Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs, Orlando Police Chief John Mina, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings, Pulse nightclub owner Barbara Poma and Dr. Chadwick Smith, a surgeon at Orlando Regional Medical Center. “Orlando United: Pulse Remembered,” a half-hour telecast, will be shown at 6:30 p.m. Monday on News 13. “One Year Later: Orlando Stronger,” a one-hour special, airs at 10 p.m. Monday on WESH-Channel 2. Jim Payne hosts. Taking part will be Dyer, Mina, state Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith, Rabbi Steven Engel, the Rev. Jim Coffin, Imam Muhammad Musri and Ashlyn Harris of the Orlando Pride. Segments focus on Pulse survivor Rodney Sumter and Lt. Jim Young, the police department’s liaison to Orlando’s gay community. “From Broadway With Love: A Benefit Concert for Orlando” will debut at 8 p.m. Thursday June 15, on WUCF TV, Orlando’s PBS station. The program documents a July concert at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts to help raise funds after the shooting. The concert featured Chita Rivera, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Kelli O’Hara, Andrea McArdle, Darren Criss of “Glee” and many others. “Orlando Matters”: Dyer and Mina are Ryan Elijah’s guests at 7 a.m. Saturday on WRBW-Channel 65. “Flashpoint”: Orlando City Commissioner Patty Sheehan talks to Erik Sandoval at 8 a.m. Sunday on WKMG-Channel 6. “Central Florida Spotlight” at 12:30 p.m. Sunday on WFTV: Host Warmoth welcomes Sheehan; Robin Maynard, Pulse of Orlando board member; Jeff Prystajko of Come Out With Pride; and Michael Perkins, museum manager at the Orange County Regional History Center. “Political Connections,” hosted by Ybeth Bruzual, features Congressman Darren Soto, D-Orlando, at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday on News 13. PolitiFact’s Truth-O-Meter rates a claim about mass shootings and current gun legislation. “In Focus with Allison Walker Torres” examines gun legislation at 11:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Sunday on News 13. Guests are state Rep. Smith, D-Orlando; state Rep. Scott Plakon, R-Longwood; and Pulse survivor Angel Santiago Jr.
Chicago TV gets new Political Reporter
Veteran Chicago newsman Craig Wall, who signed off last April after 19 years as a general assignment reporter at Fox-owned WFLD-Channel 32, soon will be joining ABC-owned WLS-Channel 7 as chief political reporter, sources said Thursday. Wall is expected to replace Charles Thomas, who retired last February after more than 25 years at ABC 7, including the last eight as political reporter for the top-rated station.
Detroit TV gets new Reporter
Reporter Andrea Isom has joined Scripps-owned WXYZ (ABC) and WMYD (MNT) Detroit (DMA 13) as a reporter and investigator. Recently, Isom was an on-air correspondent and video production producer on the nationally syndicated show Crime Watch Daily. She traveled the country telling in-depth, high-profile stories about truth, crime and justice. Isom is a familiar face to Detroit viewers. From 2004-2015, she was a reporter at WJBK, the market’s Fox affiliate. She also worked as a reporter at WDAF Kansas City; WDTN Dayton, Ohio; and WETM Elmira, N.Y.
WJXT News 4 Jax in wins Jacksonville TV sweeps Morning, evening and 10pm
Jacksonville TV station News 4 Jax - WJXT - the independent station operated by Graham Media was the No. 1 news source in the morning, early evening and 10 p.m. news time periods in households, according to the station. This marks the 71st consecutive month WJXT has won the 7-9 a.m. time period, and the 169th consecutive month WJXT’s 5 p.m. news is No. 1, says the station.
Megyn Kelly set to debut on NBC this Sunday!
Megyn Kelly's new NBC news magazine is set to premier this Sunday opposite CBS's 60 Minutes. She left Fox News two weeks before the Trump inauguration. The show will run through the summer and return early next year after the NFL takes over Sundays on NBC. Under Andrew Lacks leadership, NBC News has invested a great deal of time and energy and money in rebuilding it's team - both on NBC and on sister network MSNBC. This includes a number of former Fox News Channel people like Kelly.
WBAL Baltimore TV slams key demos
WBAL, Hearst’s NBC affiliate in Baltimore, was the top performer among adults 25-54 at 6 a.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. in the recently concluded May sweeps, according to the Type your paragraph here. “WBAL has had a string of major sweeps wins, and May 2017 is no exception,” said John Baldwin, WBAL’s creative service director.
PIX 11 New York TV shakes up Morning News Team
Tribune Broadcasting’s CW affiliate WPIX New York today announced the final weekday anchor lineup for PIX11 Morning News. Beginning June 19, Dan Mannarino will co-anchor from 6 to 9 a.m. each weekday alongside Betty Nguyen. The pairing of Nguyen and Mannarino complement the existing anchor team of Kala Rama and Craig Treadway, who anchor from 5 to 6 a.m. each weekday and report for the program from 6 to 9.
Hurricane Season spans local news specials
Especially in Florida many stations in Miami TV, Tampa TV, Ft. Myers TV, West Palm Beach TV, Orlando TV and Jacksonville TV are taking to the air for the start of hurricane season. The June first start of the nasty storms has produced a number of specials to get viewers ready for the worst. This includes a special on WKMG Local 6 in Orlando TV on Thursday 6/1 at 7pm and on WESH, also in Orlando TV, on the 1st at 7pm as well
MSNBC Number 1 in Prime Time for the FIRST time!
For the first time in its history, MSNBC ranked number one in both total viewers and the key adults 25-54 demo during primetime for a full week among the big three cable networks. According to Nielsen, for the week of May 15, MSNBC averaged 2.44 million viewers with 611,000 in the key demo from 8 to 11 p.m., beating out CNN and Fox News in both measures. In total day viewership for the week, CNN has ranked number one in cable news among adults 25-54 for six straight days (May 14-19), marking the network’s longest winning streak in that measure in six years. Fox News finished first in total viewers with 1.5 million and second in the demo with 321,000. MSNBC was second in total viewers with 1.2 million total viewers and third in the demo with 281,000. CNN finished third in total viewers with 1.05 million but first in the demo with 353,000.
NBC sets Megyn Kelly's Sunday Premiere
The Fox News lawsuits keep coming. Former Fox host Andrea Tantaros filed one in federal court today alleging that network operatives hacked her phones and emails to conduct a smear campaign against her after she reported sexual-harassment complaints against former CEO Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly. In addition to Ailes, the suit names current co-president Bill Shine, PR executive Irena Briganti, and social-media consultant Peter Snyder as defendants.
Tantaros’s suit, filed in the Southern District of New York, details a shadowy plot that evokes the current season of Homeland. Tantaros accuses Peter Snyder, who runs the investment firm Disruptor, of orchestrating an army of Twitter sock-puppet trolls to harass her. Fox News operatives, according to Tantaros, also monitored her phone calls and emails, and used the information they acquired “to intimidate, terrorize, and crush her career through an endless stream of lewd, offensive, and career-damaging social media posts, blog entries and commentary.”
Tantaros alleges the hacking began around the time she was taken off the air in April 2016, after speaking up to network bosses about harassment at Fox News. (The network said her removal was for failing to get a sign-off from the company on her book.) According to the suit, “a forensic analysis of Ms. Tantaros’s computer revealed that it contained unique surveillance viruses that are not found in any mass malware.” Tantaros says that she has information that proves “a person working for Fox News was responsible for hacking [her] computer so that she could be spied upon.” The suit cites multiple examples of things Tantaros discussed in private phone conversations that soon ended up in tweets directed at her.
Snyder is a longtime Fox News contributor (the network ended his contract last month, a source said). A recent Salon profile chronicled social-media operations he ran for Ailes. Snyder’s company, according to Salon, created anonymous websites such as “Girls of Fox News” that included crude comments about female Fox anchors.
Tantaros describes a conversation with Snyder that allegedly took place a couple years before the alleged hacking, when she visited his Nantucket house in August 2013. (Tantaros had become friends with Snyder through his wife, whom Tantaros met when they were Republican aides on Capitol Hill.) “Snyder proceeded to tell Ms. Tantaros about the work he did for Fox News, explaining that Bill Shine would call him and give him instructions from Ailes as to whom he should target as an enemy through sockpuppet accounts, fake websites and internet trolling,” the suit says. “Mr. Snyder told Ms. Tantaros that he used an ‘army’ of independent contractors to complete assignments, and that Disruptor was used to employ these contractors.” (A spokesperson for Snyder denies this.)
Fox News’ legal counsel, Dechert, LLP, released a statement describing the allegations as false. “Fox News and its executives flatly deny that they conducted any electronic surveillance of Ms. Tantaros,” the statement reads. “They have no knowledge of the anonymous or pseudonymous tweets described in her complaint. This lawsuit is a flimsy pretext to keep Ms. Tantaros and her sexual harassment claims in the public eye.” And Randy Mastro, a lawyer for Snyder, also denied Tantaros’s claims, saying Snyder stopped doing social-media campaigns for Fox in 2012. “Andrea Tantaros’ lawsuit against Pete Snyder is a sham and a shakedown,” he said in a statement. “It will be thrown out of court because it is meritless, time-barred, and subject to arbitration in any event.”
The Tantaros suit presents significant new problems for Fox News as the network seeks to move on from the O’Reilly scandal, and federal prosecutors continue their investigation of the network. For one thing, Tantaros names Fox’s current leadership, including Shine and Briganti, and provides new details of the Fox News “black room” that I reported on last year. According to the suit, Bill Shine personally directed Synder’s social-media smear campaigns against Fox’s enemies. The lawsuit also marks the first time a former Fox News personality has alleged that the network actually hacked into her phone — conduct that evokes the News of the World scandal.
The suit also describes surveillance operations that private detective (and current mayoral candidate) Bo Dietl allegedly ran against journalists on behalf of Fox. “Dietl, at the request of [general counsel] Diane Brandi [sic], illegally secured journalists’ phone records and credit reports,” the suit states.
Dietl denies obtaining phone records. “If Roger Ailes hired someone to do all this bullshit, it wasn’t me,” he said.
This is not the first time Tantaros has sued Fox. Last August, she filed a suit in New York state court, but the judge in that case ruled to move the matter to private arbitration. Tantaros is being represented by Judd Burstein, the lawyer who successfully negotiated a reported $8 million settlement for former Fox News PR chief Brian Lewis.