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LIVE EVENT: Hurricane Matthew TV Coverage…

10/08/2016 – LIVE has concluded

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West Palm Beach

WPTV/WFLX                WPBF ABC 25               WPEC CBS 12


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


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


WJXT Ind 4             WTLV/WJXX              WJAX/WFOX


The Weather Channel             Weather Nation


10 2016

John Gerard departs WFOR….

(edited from – WFOR weekend meteorologist John Gerard has departed Miami’s WFOR.

Gerard, 58, posted his goodbyes on his Facebook page Tuesday night after a total 20 years on three of the four main local stations, and it doesn’t appear he has any plans for the immediate future.

He wrote on Facebook: “For those of you who were wondering, I resigned from my position at CBS4. Totally my decision & I thank WFOR for the opportunity they offered me. Thanks for all of your support over the years, wherever I wind up I’m taking y’all with me. Carpe diem & God bless you.” Read the rest of this entry →


07 2016

Natalia Zea to depart WFOR & TV… reports that WFOR reporter and weekend anchor Natalia Zea is departing the Miami station and television.

She is set to join Miami-Dade Public Schools, as the director of community outreach.

She joined WFOR in 2006, from WOAI in San Antonio. Her last day is reported to be June 7th. Read the rest of this entry →


05 2016

Tom Doerr named N/D at WINK… reports that WINK-TV has named Tom Doerr as the Fort Myers station’s new news director.

He comes from WFLD-TV in Chicago, where he resigned from this past February.

He also worked as news director at KRIV in Houston and VP/Manager at WFOR in Miami.


04 2016

Producing TV from Cuba is difficult & expensive…

(edited from – To pull off broadcasting from Cuba is anything but easy, yet Miami’s local stations have become expert at it.

This has turned into the new measuring ground for South Florida’s fierce TV news competition: Cuba, the foreign country Miami considers a suburb of its own.

All four of Miami’s English-language network affiliates — WPLG, WSVN, WTVJ and WFOR — have set up shop for the week to broadcast live from Havana for President Barack Obama’s once-in-a-century visit. Read the rest of this entry →

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03 2016