South Florida viewers gobbled up all the NFL coverage they could last week, according to the Sun Sentinel's Johnny Diaz. The network you rarely watch but pay through the nose for (ESPN) came in at number one with 309,000...
WPLG is getting in on the help-a-viewer wagon with a new segment named 'Call Christina'. The new feature, similar to WSVN's Help Me Howard, would be headlined by Local 10 reporter, and Miami native, Christina Vazquez with local attorney...
After 14 years covering sports for WFOR, sports anchor Kim Bokamper is calling it quits. The former Dolphins player says he's retiring from the TV biz to spend more time with his daughters, and to take some time to...
Add WTVJ reporter Gilma Avalos to the list of those moving out and on to bigger and better things. She's now with Dallas CBS-owned KTVT which hired her as their new weekend morning anchor and weekday reporter. A native of South Florida Avalos joined...
Jennifer Bisram left her reporting job at WSVN a couple weeks ago, and now we know where she moved to! At another circle seven station. Bisram is now a weekday morning reporter at WXYZ, the Scripps-owned ABC affiliate in Detroit. Bisram had...
It's that time of the year again, the Suncoast Emmy Awards are upon us. Recently the chapter announced nominees and as usual we tallied up the nominations. In total South Florida stations and media grabbed 156 nominations this year...
Unless you live under a rock, you probably heard what happened last night at the Governor debate moderated by WFOR anchor Eliott Rodriguez. In what looked like an SNL skit, Governor Rick Scott refused to get on stage for...
Someone at WFOR managing the Facebook page accidentally referred to Michael Phelps as Josh Phelps in a post about the swimming star's DUI arrest. There is a Josh Phelps however, but he's a former MLB first baseman. 40 minutes later someone edited...
WSVN morning anchor Alexis Rivera is no longer with WSVN, SFLTV just learned. Rivera, who joined 7News in 2011 as reporter, got promoted to Today In Florida co-anchor when Richard Lemus left in February 2012. Details are a bit...
Uncle Walt has died. Longtime WPLG meteorologist Walt Cronise passed away at his home in Jacksonville on September 20. After a 25 year career forecasting the weather in the Navy, and a stint with the Hurricane Hunters, he joined WPLG...