Sacramento ABC station KXTV is returning to the studio with an updated news set and a refreshed morning news program.
The FCC demanded an explanation as to how Standard General’s acquisition of TEGNA would serve the public interest.
Revenue from cable carriage fees eclipsed that of traditional and digital ad revenue for the first time last year at TEGNA.
TEGNA is rolling out a new streaming news initiative that will see dozens of its broadcast stations launching individual applications over the next few weeks.
Local broadcaster TEGNA is being acquired by a well-known hedge fund.
Sacramento sports anchor and “Boards for Change” co-founder Lina Washington is leaving for a TV role in Phoenix, Arizona.
The trick, which was ultimately revealed on “Last Week Tonight,” was part of a broader commentary on the practice of sponsored content.
Twist will offer lifestyle, knowledge and reality-based shows aimed at women, TEGNA said in a statement.
Nia Towne has been tapped to lead broadcast news operations at KXTV, Sacramento’s ABC affiliate.
Local television broadcaster TEGNA is at the center of another carriage dispute.