An interesting week of local newscasts that will debut this week. Three in the very busy market in Los Angeles and another in the much smaller market of Savannah. Here’s that list.
FIRST ON THE BLOG: There has been some more changes involving two television stations in the Twin Tiers. Discontinuations and additions in all.
FIRST ON THE BLOG: A small change to report from Memphis, the capital of the Mid-South and Western Tennessee.
FIRST ON THE BLOG: Everybody in Tulsa and in East Central Oklahoma has been waking up to local news at 4:30 a.m. for quite some time now. KTUL started it, followed by KOKI and later KOTV. Apparently, KJRH didn’t get the memo. Or so they now thought? Because apparently they did and now they’re ready for it.
If you’re looking for afternoon news at 3:00pm in Los Angeles, KTLA already does that for you. But how about KABC? It seems like they’re willing to do so as well.
FIRST ON THE BLOG: A few changes that I’ve happened to notice involving weekend morning newscasts at two stations in The First Coast (Jacksonville and Brunswick, GA)
FIRST ON THE BLOG: Two years ago, WRDE launched its local news operation after receiving the NBC affiliation. Now, its adding its first newscast since launching that operation.