Trade rag Broadcasting and Cable recently profiled the Miami TV market and how in a year we've dropped two 5pm newscasts in favor of entertainment. But we already knew about that. What some of you may not know however is...
CBS4.com - frequent updates, on the front page, and video from on-air reports. No live streaming that i can see - here's live video link NBC6.net - WTVJ is streaming their live coverage , you can watch it here WSVN.com -...
The Miami Herald is reporting WFOR and WFOR reporter Gary Nelson have been hit with a defamation lawsuit by Miami-Dade police director Robert Parker. The suit stems from an October 3, 2006 report in which WFOR claimed Parker's son, Robert...
Saw this while browsing CBS4.com today. It's a (new?) news section on CBS4.com in Spanish. No idea what it says but at this time the top story on the page has something to do with Toshiba, Sony and Blu-Ray...
An anonymous tipster claiming to be speaking "on deep background" says alleges that if the current team at WFOR /the suits - ND, GM etc./ doesn't nudge the ratings upwards by May sweeps one of the three in...
WFOR: A reader points out WFOR have started using stretch-o-vision on their local content. According to other posters on AVSForum-Miami it is not the same stretching that WSVN/WPLG are doing, they've sort of split standard and wide screen leaving small...
Tipsters say WFOR is in the midst of budget cuts - less part time hours, no stringers and no freelance reporters allegedly. Christina Puig, who worked at CNN/CNN Espanol and Univision, was one to get axed also allegedly due to...
Former WFOR anchor and reporter Art Barron who was one of many to leave CBS4 late last year is now the morning and noon anchor at KSTP, the ABC affiliate in Minneapolis-St. Paul. His KSTP bio
CBS4.com will have a chatroom open between 10pm and midnight. "South Florida voters will get the chance to talk back to their TV during election night coverage in our CBS4.com Live Chat event. Just click on the link between 10...
Viacom went on a buying spree in late 2004 snatching up low-power stations WTCN and WWHB with grand plans to enter the Spanish language market by way of WWHB's affiliation with Azteca America. They already owned WFOR and WBFS-33 (UPN...