Posts Tagged ‘wofl’

Belkys Nerey has great hair…

The website GetGoodHead.com has released its annual list of TV personalities with the best hair.

So who has the best hair in Florida? That would be WSVN’s lead anchor Belkys Nerey.

The site says about Nerey:  “Oh, so you thought only women with long hair could when a HAIRRY, huh? Length has nothing to do with winning! It’s all about the overall look and confidence the ‘do exudes! Nerey is killing it with her slick cut.”

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07 2015

Devan Coffaro joins WALA….

Devan Coffaro has been hired at Mobile/Penscola’s WALA. She will be the station’s newest reporter.

Coffaro comes to WALA straight out of the University of Central Florida and time spent interning at Orlando’s WOFL, WFTV and WKMG.

//hattip to Southern Alabama TV/Radio

28

06 2015

WFTV dominates June….

(edited from OrlandoSentinel.com) – The June ratings brought more good news to ABC affiliate WFTV-Channel 9, which scored big victories in many time periods.

The 25-54 age group at 6 p.m. weekdays reveal WFTV’s strength. WFTV averaged 34,268 viewers to WESH-Channel 2′s 16,552, WKMG-Channel 6′s 14,135 and WOFL-Channel 35′s 6,424. (The Orlando Sentinel has a content-sharing agreement with WOFL.)

WFTV’s dominance was clear as well in households, another way to measure viewing. At 6 p.m., Read the rest of this entry →

27

06 2015

Adam Shadoff to join WOFL sports…

(edited from TVNewsCheck.com) – 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.

10

06 2015

WFTV takes #1, makes gains in May…

(edited from OrlandoSentinel.com) – WFTV put distance between itself and usual No. 2 WESH-Channel 2 in the four-week period that ended Wednesday. Stations work to win the 25-to-54 age group, which is most important to news advertisers. This story focuses on that age group, unless otherwise noted.

WFTV’s dominance was evident across the board and reflected the success of its news coverage and promotion. WFTV was way out in front in early morning, at noon, in early evening and at 11 p.m.

WFTV said it drew 47 percent of the 25-to-54 audience for all newscasts to WESH’s 24 percent, WKMG-Channel 6’s 16 percent and WOFL-Channel 35’s 13 percent. Read the rest of this entry →

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05 2015