• TVN Tech | AI At NAB: From Buzzword To Practical

    Products and services driven by artificial intelligence promise to revolutionize TV production by automating workflows, speeding searches of archives, controling cameras and even editing video. Above, the EVS Xeebra 2.0 system uses AI to calibrate the field of play and virtually place offside lines for soccer refereeing. More | Add comment
  • Focus On Sales | Out-Of-Home Not Out Of Reach Anymore

    Nielsen has been using Portable People Meters to track out-of-home viewership in the top 25 markets with an eye to rolling out data shortly. It says it’s seeing increases in both 18-49 and 25-54 demos. More | Comments (3)
  • KCRA Sacramento Leads On Facebook By 2M

    KCRA, Hearst's NBC affiliate in California's capital, is the leader in social media actions in the market over the last six months with more than 4.1 million actions on social, 36% of the total engagement generated by the DMA. The secret sauce to KCRA’s success is its pervasive culture that digital is important, says Devon Armijo, digital media manager. “It allows us not only to produce emotionally relevant content for the Facebook platform, but it also allows us to be creative and innovative and have fun with it and I think that’s a big part of our success.” More | Comments (1)
  • Front Office | How To Offer What Local Advertisers Want

    The majority (74%) of local businesses are using digital and traditional media together. Of the remaining advertisers, 22% are purchasing only traditional media, while just 3% percent purchase only digital, and the outstanding 1% reports using some other method. Stations need to get into the marketing services business. More | Add comment
  • Jessell | Viral Video Makes Sinclair Look A Bit Sick

    Deadspin's spot-on video exposed Sinclair's top-down right-wing news agenda for all to see. But Sinclair's problem is not that it has a point a view, but that it is pressing its news pros to join in promulgating it. You don’t create a great news organization by pitting your anchors, reporters and producers against their own ethics. Or, by opening them up to ridicule. This fiasco did both. More | Comments (32)
  • Students Challenged To ‘Disrupt the News’

    and the Broadcast Education Association are looking for student journalists who can create the best new approaches or formats for local TV news. The winners will receive monetary prizes to be presented during BEA’s 2019 annual convention in Las Vegas. More | Comments (2)
  • NewsTECHFutures To Feature CNN’s Foreman

    Journalist Tom Foreman will speak about augmented reality in TV reporting at TVNewsCheck’s  May 31 event in Atlanta. The retreat, geared to engineering leaders, will also explore the IP transition and artificial intelligence and will feature a technology tour of CNN led by a trio of Turner’s engineering leaders. More | Add comment
  • Engineers To Gather At NewsTECHFutures

    The one-day retreat on May 31 in Atlanta will focus on live IP production, AI, AR and news personalization. It will also feature a technology tour of CNN led by Turner’s Bob Hesskamp, Michael Koetter and Matthew Holcombe. More | Comments (2)

Special Reports

  • 2018 NAB Show Tech Hot Topics: TVNewsCheck’s annual multi-part series highlighting emerging tech trends in advance of the NAB Show. Topics: IP workflow, audio, MAM/storage, field operations, master control, graphics, cameras, RF, ATSC 3.0.
  • TVN's FCC Watch: A quick briefing on FCC proceedings affecting TV broadcasters from Washington communications attorneys David Oxenford and David O'Connor.
  • Multicasting 2017: A three-part examination of the revenue, programming and technology strategies of the diginet business.
  • Spectrum Repack: The estimated cost of moving nearly 1,000 TV stations to new channels in the post-auction repack on the TV band will likely reach $2 billion -- some $250 million more than the $1.75 billion Congress allocated for all relocation-related expenses.
  • Single Frequency Networks: With the spectrum repack and ATSC 3.0 on the horizen, broadcasters failing to think about SFNs now may prove to be quite shortsighted in the future.
  • TVN's Top 30 TV Station Groups: Its pending acquisition of Tribune Media boosts Sinclair from fourth to No. 1 in TVNewsCheck's annual station group ranking by spot revenue. Other groups that advanced multiple slots from a year ago include Univision, Gray, Ion Media Networks, Berkshire Hathaway and News-Press & Gazette.
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Service To America Award Winners Named
TVNewsCheck, Apr 20, 2018, 10:19 AM EDT
The National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation will honor these winners June 12 at a dinner in Washington. Full Story | Add comment
WOLO Adds Claire Richardson, Curtis Wilson
TVNewsCheck, Apr 20, 2018, 9:01 AM EDT
Market Share | DMA 23: Charlotte, NC
WJZY Remodels House Of Vet With 3 Purple Hearts
TVNewsCheck/Market Share, Apr 20, 2018, 8:22 AM EDT
Market Share | DMA 1
WPIX’s Creative Team Wins 4 NY Emmy Awards
TVNewsCheck/Market Share, Apr 20, 2018, 8:18 AM EDT
To Succeed, TV Anchors Need Resilence
RTDNA, Apr 20, 2018, 8:01 AM EDT
Branch Davidian Standoff Remembered By Texas TV Journalists Who Were There
Mike McGuff, Apr 20, 2018, 7:47 AM EDT
Brand Connections
dma 3: Chicago
New WGN Anchor Joe Donlon Debuts Monday
Robert Feder, Apr 20, 2018, 7:38 AM EDT
NFL Field To NFL Booth: Ranking The 25 Best
SFGate, Apr 20, 2018, 7:35 AM EDT
ABC Journalist's Secret Liaison With Castro
Politico, Apr 20, 2018, 6:42 AM EDT
The untold story of how Lisa Howard’s intimate diplomacy with Cuba’s revolutionary leader changed the course of the Cold War. Link | Comments (2)
Dma 96: South Bend, Ind.
WBND Names Breanne Palmerini Evening Anchor
TVNewsCheck, Apr 19, 2018, 6:46 PM EDT
Erica Hill Moves From HLN to CNN
TVNewser, Apr 19, 2018, 2:15 PM EDT
'Good Morning America' Launching Newsletter
Variety, Apr 19, 2018, 11:40 AM EDT
ABC and NBC are marching to new kinds of screens in the eternal battle between Good Morning America and Today for A.M. viewers. GMA is revamping the digital extensions of the flagship ABC morning program, said Michael Corn, the show’s senior executive producer. Link | Add comment
Brand Connections
KTVK Phoenix Moves To Temporary Set
NewscastStudio, Apr 19, 2018, 8:24 AM EDT
Student Press Freedom Laws Gain Momentum
SPJ, Apr 19, 2018, 8:10 AM EDT
Local News Not As Moribund As You Think
Nieman Reports, Apr 19, 2018, 8:05 AM EDT
To attract young viewers, stations are going digital-first, crowdsourcing reporting, experimenting with augmented reality, and injecting more personality into the news. Link | Comments (9)
dma 3: Chicago
Two New Co-Hosts Join WGN's 'Chicago's Best'
Robert Feder, Apr 19, 2018, 7:37 AM EDT
dmas 51 & 6
WGNO Anchor Anne Cutler Moving To WTTG, Apr 19, 2018, 7:34 AM EDT
Richard Blystone, CNN, AP Reporter, Dies At 81
The Associated Press, Apr 19, 2018, 7:32 AM EDT
Inside Katie Couric’s Disastrous Yahoo Experiment
Daily Beast, Apr 19, 2018, 7:14 AM EDT
Elizabeth Vargas In Production Deal With A+E Nets
Variety, Apr 19, 2018, 6:08 AM EDT
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