(KTLA-TV: The News Director’s Office) This week, we’re bringing in the big guns! Jason and Bobby are joined by Nexstar President & CEO Perry Sook. In this in-depth conversation, Perry discusses his career journey through the news business including his early on-air jobs, the purchase of his first television station, and the founding of Nexstar, […]
(News-Examiner) CNN, Fox News and MSNBC will have some competition this fall thanks to a Connersville native who is launching News Nation in prime-time on WGN America cable network. Click here to read more.
(Seeking Alpha) Nexstar is the dominant player in its industry. Click here to read more.
(Next TV) ATSC 3.0, the next-generation television standard, has planted its flag in Portland, as seven local TV stations have begun broadcasting NextGen TV. Click here to read more.
(Arkansas Business) Little Rock media couple, Ashley Ketz and Aaron Nolan of KARK, are moving to Chicago. Click here to read more.
(The Journal Gazette) Marni Hughes joined national cable network WGN America and will lead the anchor team that launches a new national newscast, News Nation, set to debut Sept. 1. Hughes’ first job in television was on-air at WKJG. Click here to read more.
(New York Times) In the last few months, at the end of news-packed days, as the noise of my cooped-up children gives way to the calmer sounds of sirens and fireworks, I have found myself uninterested in seeing any of the current late-night hosts transform the horrors of the world into jokes. I get my […]
(Columbia Journalism Review) The must-watch TV of the moment is local news. As the spread of the coronavirus and fervent anti-racism demonstrations play out differently in cities, counties, and states across the country, Americans are relying on their local stations to broadcast essential information. Click here to read more.
(The Observer) The sudden and acute abdominal pain Rudabeh Shahbazi, then a Los Angeles television news reporter, felt was unlike anything she had ever experienced. Click here to read more.
(TVNewsCheck) Nexstar will launch a new national newscast this fall, drawing in part from its 110 news-producing stations, but individual stations will have the autonomy to chart their own news course, says Susan Tully, SVP of local content development. Click here to read more.