Sacramento sports anchor and “Boards for Change” co-founder Lina Washington is leaving for a TV role in Phoenix, Arizona.
Bill Eveland, a beloved pilot who provided traffic reports to radio listeners in Sacramento, has died at the age of 91.
A new television broadcast standard is finally making its way to the Sacramento market.
Nexstar Media Group has started looking for a new leader to take over the newsroom at Sacramento’s FOX station KTXL-TV.
Free streaming local television service Locast has finally launched in the Sacramento broadcast market.
Nia Towne has been tapped to lead broadcast news operations at KXTV, Sacramento’s ABC affiliate.
KCRA has hired Kay Recede to report from its San Joaquin County bureau, according to a social media post.
Mike Luery will oversee news operations at Sacramento’s news-talk station and manage other iHeart Media stations along the west coast.
The former KCRA news anchor will be in town for an appearance related to her new book “Your Hidden Superpower.”
Nearly six months after laying off their long-time news director, Sacramento radio station KFBK is ready to fill the position, though the job will come with more responsibilities.