After almost a year of planning and upgrading plus simulcasting local news from WVLA in Baton Rouge, KLAF is about to start fresh and debut a whole and fresh new news operation to Lousiana’s Acadiana region.
FIRST ON THE BLOG: A small change to report from Coastal North Carolina, but the change could be short lived come 2017.
I guess the no-9:00 a.m. weekday morning news era in Central Oklahoma was short lived. That’s because KOCO is about to bring it back. Not only that, its going primetime as well.
FIRST ON THE BLOG: The last two months in the Central Savannah River TV market has been a mess! As I quote famous TV sports show host Gonzalo “Papi” LeBatard (son of Miami Herald columnist and sports talk radio show host, Dan LeBatard) would say… Thank god, this is over.
We are heading into the final week of March and this Friday is April Fools’ Day, but this upcoming list is no joke. Here are the newscasts that will be debuting this week and listed by day and time order. If a tie, then by market size.
Yes… another list of local newscasts debuting this weekend. And oddly enough, its taking place during Easter Weekend and earlier today was Good Friday with this Sunday being Easter Sunday itself, so its a holiday weekend, mostly religious nonetheless. But anyways, here’s that list you’ve been looking for…
FIRST ON THE BLOG (other than The Des Moines Register): If you’ve been living under a rock by now, KCWI is now owned by Nexstar Broadcast Group, making it a sister station to WOI. NOW, those changes are starting to come into effect and starting soon, KCWI will air news… produced by WOI.