The allegations continue a trend of employees speaking out about abuse and harassment at Hearst-owned properties.
For the second time in less than a year, Comcast is warning some customers that they will lose KCRA and a few other Hearst Television-owned stations will be dropped on out-of-market systems.
Verizon and Hearst have reached a last-minute deal to keep nine broadcast stations on Fios TV in five markets.
Verizon says some of its pay TV customers may lose one or more channels owned by Hearst on January 1.
A pair of photographers have filed a federal lawsuit against KCRA and other news organizations over allegations of copyright infringement.
Comcast will not remove around three dozen Hearst-owned stations provided outside of designated TV markets.
Comcast is warning customers in the Sacramento television market that it may be forced to drop KCRA and KQCA from its lineup.
Ted Wayman of Boston’s WCVB was stabbed while on assignment over the weekend, the station that employs him confirmed on Tuesday.
Fubo TV has dropped AT&T’s WarnerMedia channels in favor of Disney’s ESPN and others — and the WarnerMedia channels are unlikely to return anytime soon.
Haystack TV, a free streaming TV service that aggregates news stories from local and national organizations, has launched a dedicated Super Tuesday channel.