Craig Stevens and five other local TV news vets were awarded the Silver Circle award for excellence last night. The award is awarded to distinguished individuals who have contributed a quarter of a century or more of exemplary excellence...
WFOR will produce what is the first, and so far only televised debate in the race for Florida Governor. Channel 4 will together with Leadership Florida and the Florida Press Association to produce the debate.  CBS 4 news anchor Elliott Rodriguez will serve...
Guess who's back! WFOR just announced they hired John Gerard as the new weekend meteorologist. South Florida viewers are already very familiar with him, for several years he was a meteorologist at WPLG until moving to WTVJ in 2004....
For today's Rewind, a full newscast from this day way back in 1995 when WFOR was still known as WCIX. WCIX 6 Actions News at 11 were anchored by Barbara Sloan and Stan Miller. Miller went on to anchor at several...
Jilda Unruh and Brian Andrews ham it up for his 'How Dirty Is It' reports airing on WFOR where places people hang out, and things people touch get swabbed and tested for germs. Hint, your smart phone is gross...
The Sun Sentinel's Johnny Diaz has the usual Nielsen ratings recap for the most watched shows in South Florida, but this time there's something many of you ask often about - newscast ratings. The numbers are for total viewers and...
WPLG gave away iPads, and vacations for Facebook likes. WTVJ quickly followed suit with daily iPad giveaways of their own. Now WFOR, which lags way behind every Miami station in Facebook popularity, are upping the ante by offering a...
MaryAnn Martinez WFOR CBS 4 News reporter

New WFOR Reporter

Channel 4 are filling their ranks up, MaryAnn Martinez just started at WFOR as a general assignment reporter. Her first day on air at CBS 4 news was yesterday. Martinez is native of Texas and has worked at various TV...
Industry site TVNewsCheck profiled the Miami TV market and the changes happening around here lately with WPLG adding an hour of news at 4pm and WFOR adding new anchors to its team. WTVJ general manager Larry Olevitch summed it up well when he told TVNewsCheck "We...
The latest RTDNA article from former WFOR investigative reporter Al Sunshine takes on very important issue - workplace hazard for journalists, and even newsroom employees in general who spend their days toiling away in the newsroom. Mold in the newsroom? Sure...