Tribune Media is prepared to drag out its fight with Charter Communications over programming fees as long as necessary, an executive said in an interview this week.
Author Matthew Keys
Tribune Media has pulled several stations from Charter Communications-owned Spectrum TV following a temporary reprieve during negotiations over retransmission rights.
The FCC said most of its operations will be suspended by the end of the week as lawmakers continue a standoff with the president over federal funding initiatives.
Three NBC-owned stations will jointly produce a new lifestyle and entertainment program that aims to highlight the best sights, businesses and events throughout California.
Dominick Brascia, a Montana radio show host who previously worked as a producer on “Armstrong & Getty,” was the subject of a criminal sex assault case in Los Angeles before his death.
Tribune is warning that many stations, including KTLA, PIX 11 and CW Portland, could be pulled from Spectrum TV after negotiations with Charter have not yielded a new contract.
Chris Burrous, the weekend morning news anchor at KTLA-TV, passed away Thursday evening, his employer announced on Twitter.
A California congressman blackballed his local newspaper for more than a year before acquiescing to a short, 20-minute interview with a single reporter in early February 2018.
Journalists are worried they may be fired next year after the company recently moved to eliminate many positions from its technical support staff for Reuters.com.
Dominick Brascia, a former actor and Sacramento-area radio show producer who recently found himself on both ends of a child sex abuse scandal, has died.