Posts Tagged ‘SNN’

New graphics package & a tweaked logo at SNN…

Viewers watching Sarasota based Suncoast News Network (SNN) may have noticed several changes to the 24hr news station this week. SNN has introduced a newly tweaked logo (left), with the addition of a rhomboid background and a new graphics package (below).

Check out the screen caps and video below

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10 2015

Adam Shadoff to join WOFL sports…

(edited from – Orlando’s WOFL has named Adam Shadoff as the station’s newest sports anchor and multimedia journalist. Effective June 22, Shadoff will anchor the weekend sports and report for several newscasts throughout the week.

Shadoff comes from the 24hr news channel SNN in Sarasota, where he has been the sports director, anchor, and reporter for the past 5 years. Prior to SNN he worked in sports at KRQE-TV in Albuquerque, WRIC-TV in Richmond, KSTM-TV in El Paso and WUTR in Utica.


06 2015

VIDEO: “Clicker” trouble at SNN….

Check out this video below as SNN chief meteorologist Justin Mosley drops his weather computer remote, a.k.a. “the clicker,” during a newscast.

Mosley does maintain composure and continues his newscast. And….don’t worry, we will not bring up the other YouTube video that made Mr. Mosley famous….we promise.


06 2015

Trevor DeGroot to sports at SNN…

Trevor DeGroot has been named as the new weekend sports anchor/editor at Sarasota’s Suncoast News Network (SNN).

@TrevorDeGroot tweeted: So happy to announce I have accepted a full-time job at @SNNTV as their Weekend Sports Anchor/Editor! Very grateful for this opportunity. Read the rest of this entry →


02 2015

SNN to be broadcast over-the-air…

(edited from – Local television station SNN will add a digital, over-the-air broadcast to its cable offerings on Oct. 15.

Citadel Communications, which has owned SNN since January, decided to merge SNN with an existing digital TV station and create one with the call letters WSNN-LD.

As a result, WSNN will become available to 25,000 more homes that do not have cable or satellite services.

The station will continue to be seen on its current cable channels: Verizon channel 26 and 526, Comcast channel 6 in Sarasota, channel 11 in Charlotte County, and channel 400 in HD in Sarasota and Charlotte counties.

The station’s new presence will be on digital channel 39.1. Negotiations for a 24-hour entertainment broadcast on WSNN-LD 39.2 also are ongoing….Cont….


09 2014