When Nexstar Media Group embarked on the ambitious plan to launch a three-hour primetime national newscast in less than a year, there was no way to predict the world would change shortly after work began. Click here to continue reading the article and click here to view the gallery.
Nexstar Media Group plans to launch a nationwide primetime news show called News Nation over its WGN America cable network tomorrow, a risky move under the best of circumstances let alone during the worst economic slowdown since the Great Depression. Click here to continue reading on Forbes.
“When entrepreneur Ted Turner first launched CNN in the early 1980s without any big name anchors, one of his credos was that the news would be the star of his then-revolutionary new network.” Click here to continue reading on the Los Angeles Times website.
“New Orleans first got to know Rob Nelson when he was a reporter for The Times-Picayune, before he moved on to television — first at WWL-TV and then in New York, where he was a reporter and anchor for ABC News and WABC-TV…” Click here to continue reading on The Times-Picayune’s website.
“Ask the typical American if there’s enough news available on cable television in primetime, and you’ll likely get undisputed agreement that there’s no shortage. No doubt, there are plenty of channels airing news-centered content. But as for traditional, unbiased journalism, longtime newsman Joe Donlon sees a gaping hole…” Click here to continue reading on CBS42.com.
WGN America, the erstwhile home to Bozo and Andy Griffith, is set to reinvent itself as a cable news network with the Tuesday launch of “News Nation,” a prime-time newscast that pledges to deliver unbiased reporting. Click here to continue reading on Chicago Tribune.
“Three-time Emmy winning anchor and reporter Rudabeh Shahbazi got her start in media working at the Malibu Surfside News as she earned her Journalism degree from Pepperdine University, graduating in 2004…” Click here to continue reading on the Malibu Surfside News website.
Nancy Loo is the West Coast Bureau Correspondent for WGN America’s News Nation in Los Angeles. Nancy’s journalism career has taken her to cities all over the world including Hong Kong, Tokyo, New York City, and Chicago. Nancy is now back in her home state of California getting ready for News Nation’s launch. Nancy shares […]
It’s not too hard to come across opinion and misinformation on television and the internet in 2020. What may be a little harder to track down these days is truly unbiased national news. Click here to continue reading.
One week from tonight, television history will be made in Chicago. Click here to read more on RobertFeder.com.