By refusing to watch Sinclair TV stations, you cut into their bottom line.
Because after all, Sinclair is only out for the almighty dollar. Continue reading
For as long as there has been television, there has always been ways for men to keep their interest. In football, there’s cheerleaders. In NASCAR, there’s the Sprint Cup girl in the winner’s circle. In news, there’s blondes in anchor … Continue reading
A survey was released by the Radio and Television Digital News Association and Hofstra University that reported the average local station produced a record 5.3 hours of news a day in 2010, up 18 minutes from 2009. The network affiliate … Continue reading
For the last few years, this blog has been alerting our readers about the increased presence of Shared Services Agreements within US television markets. The SSA’s have been damaging to communities, leading to layoffs, increased workloads and a lack of … Continue reading
Media General CEO Marshall Morton announced to staff this week that the company is requiring its employees to take 15 furlough days before the end of the year. “In order to reach our cash flow goal for the year, which … Continue reading
When CBS-affiliate WTVH-TV in Syracuse shut down their news operations and shifted it to my former employer, WSTM in 2009, I predicted news coverage in the Central New York market would suffer because of the lack of objective coverage. Well, … Continue reading
Jim Tortora resigned this week as news director at WSYR-TV. Upon hearing the news, I worked myself into overdrive to find out what was happening at my former competitor. According to a source close to the station that I talked … Continue reading