Posts Tagged ‘wesh’

Eryka Washington departs WKMG…

(edited from OrlandoSentinel.com) – WKMG is losing one of its high-profile investigative reporters.

Erkya Washington is leaving the Orlando Station on Friday and will become public information officer for Aramis Ayala, the newly elected state attorney for Orange and Osceola counties. First-time candidate Ayala defeated incumbent Jeff Ashton in August.

Washington was a familiar face before joining WKMG; she had been a reporter and weekend anchor at WESH-Channel 2 before departing the Orlando TV market in 2010….Cont….

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12 2016

Orlando – November 2016 Ratings…

(from OrlandoSentinel.com) – The Orlando TV ratings for November underscore how competitive the market has become in local news as well as prime time.

Different stations could crow about wins with the 25-to-54 age group, which is most important to news advertisers. WFTV-Channel 9 was the clear favorite weekdays from 5 to 7 a.m. as well as 5 to 6:30 p.m., according to Nielsen ratings supplied to the Sentinel.

But WKMG-Channel 6 scored wide leads at noon and 11 p.m. in the ratings period that ended Wednesday.

WESH-Channel 2 eked out a victory over WFTV at 4 p.m.  Read the rest of this entry →

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11 2016

VIDEO: Reckless driver shows off for WESH crew…

Watch the video below of a reckless driver showing off for a WESH crew and reporter Gail Paschall-Brown that was covering Hurricane Matthew.

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10 2016

LIVE EVENT: Hurricane Matthew TV Coverage…

10/08/2016 – LIVE has concluded

Click the links below to watching LIVE streaming coverage of Hurricane Matthew. Be safe Florida!

 

West Palm Beach

WPTV/WFLX                WPBF ABC 25               WPEC CBS 12

Orlando

WFTV ABC 9        WESH NBC 2         WKMG CBS 6          WOFL Fox 35

Miami

WSVN Fox 7          WPLG ABC 10          WTVJ NBC 6           WFOR CBS 4

Jacksonville

WJXT Ind 4             WTLV/WJXX              WJAX/WFOX

National

The Weather Channel             Weather Nation

06

10 2016

Sister stations help Orlando stations with coverage…

(edited from TVSpy.com) – Continuing coverage of the terrorist attack in Orlando has left local stations spread thin. Sister stations from around the country have been helping with the coverage.

Sources tell Florida News Center that staffs from cable outlet Bay News 9 in Tampa have been sent to Orlando to assist its sister News 13 with coverage. The stations already share resources and some staff.

Cox Media Group-owned WFTV: WJAX-WFOX in Jacksonville, WSB in Atlanta, WFXT in Boston and WHIO in Dayton and its Washington, D.C. bureau sent reporters, photographers and producers to help WFTV. Read the rest of this entry →

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06 2016