Posts Tagged ‘WCTV’

WCTV N/D bails for New Orleans…

(edited from RickGevers.com) – WCTV News Director Triston Sanders has left the Tallahassee station, to become the Assistant ND for WWL-TV in New Orleans, LA. She’s been ND there for just over two years and had served as the EP before that. She first joined the station as an anchor/reporter, had worked for WINK-TV in Ft. Myers, and had interned for WCTV while attending Florida State University. (edited from RickGevers.com)

So far there is no word on who will replace Sanders at WCTV. Stay tuned to Florida News Center for the latest.

 

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09 2012

Gumbel signs off at WCTV…

(from WCTV.tv) – For seven years the name Elton Gumbel has gone hand in hand with WCTV Sports. But he’s passing off the baton — taking his final lap — shooting his last shot — and sliding in at home plate.
Today we say goodbye and good luck to our beloved EG.

“We all know that Elton is smart and smooth but what you may not know about Elton is he’s really funny.”
WCTV Anchors and Reporters had a lot to say about Elton….Cont….

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07 2012

Gray up in 2Q…

(from MediaPost.com) – Gray Television released preliminary figures for the second quarter showing revenues will be up about 6%, stripping out dollars from political spending and retransmission consent. Total revenues are projected to increase 24% to $95 million.

The company was helped by about $13 million in political spending as its three Wisconsin stations benefited from special recall elections in the state.

The political dollars sucking up inventory did lead to lesser increases in both local (1%) and national (7%) ad dollars than expected….Cont….

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07 2012

The 1Q revenue numbers are in…

WCTV reporter remembers his famous grandfather…

(from WCTV.tv) – CBS News legend Mike Wallace passed away on Saturday April 7th at the age of 93. His grandson, WCTV Eyewitness News Reporter Eames Yates, showed a never before seen interview with the news legend.

CBS News legend Mike Wallace won 21 Emmy’s. He was on television for more than 60 years. He was also the grandfather of WCTV’s Eyewitness News Reporter Eames Yates.

6 years ago Yates sat down with him for a candid interview. WCTV broadcast it for the first time ever….Cont….

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04 2012