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What do you do when you're four minutes to air and there are no lights in the studio? Improvise. And use Twitter to tease your broadcast.  Full story
A lower third with an errant number that made a woman reach an epic age caught the eye of one "Tonight Show" viewer.  Full story
In the opening episode of truTV's "Breaking Greenville," WAGB-TV news director Pam Chatman proudly reveals the fact she is referred to as "the Oprah of the South."  Full story
The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence delivered a petition Tuesday to the general manager of Fox 5 demanding the station to fire reporter Emily Miller.  Full story
The state Attorney General’s Office confirmed that it has closed an inquiry into a complaint by a local TV station that Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli lied to county freeholders in securing a no-bid contract for an authenticator to help him auction off seized baseball memorabilia that the reporter says he knew was bogus.  Full story
What do you do when you feel driven to help solve the social ills that you cover as a journalist, and you believe your reports are just not enough? Well, you switch gears or, in my case, journeys.  Full story
Sofia Ojeda joins the KPRC 2 weekend morning anchor desk station management has confirmed to mikemcguff.com.  Full story
If you think Saturday’s The Suze Orman Show series finale on CNBC will be the financial guru’s first step toward retirement, you probably haven’t been paying attention to Suze the past couple of decades.  Full story
Meeting a reporter for coffee one cold morning this week, Gregg Jarrett looked great–healthy and full of life.   Full story
Andrew Lack doesn't officially start his new job as chairman of NBC News and MSNBC until April 6.   Full story
Don Tollefson's sentencing Wednesday proved no less bizarre than his trial, with a psychologist claiming that the former sportscaster told him that his mother forced him to sleep in her bed throughout his childhood and well into college.  Full story
A KSDK newsroom employee who helped the station cover one civil rights protest — and then organized, promoted and participated in another — may or may not keep her job.  Full story
Longtime WTMJ-TV (Channel 4) news anchor Mike Jacobs told viewers Wednesday that he's retiring at the end of May.  Full story
The interview with Channel Ten journalist Jonathan Hyla didn't start well, when he suggested he should have brought beer to the junket to break the ice.  Full story
Nielsen, the company that measures TV audiences, will begin offering data on viewing by Netflix Inc. and Amazon Prime subscribers for the first time starting midyear, Chief Executive Officer Mitch Barns said Tuesday.  Full story
Jimena Sanchez, 30, has been labelled the "Mexican Kim Kardashian" — with good reason! The two bare a striking resemblance, and they definitely share a few things in common, like their crazy curves and a love of selfies.  Full story
Former Action News television anchor Mark Spain is leaving the Jacksonville market for another broadcasting job.  Full story
George Fischbeck, a science teacher turned weatherman who joined KABC-TV in 1972 and spent nearly two decades exuberantly delivering the local forecast, has died. He was 92.  Full story
Comcast says its $45 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable will take longer than expected because of a long-running regulatory review.  Full story
Set design firm Devlin Design Group paid a visit to the Burlington Station in Omaha, checking up on the progress of turning an 80-year-old building into a state-of-the-art television station for KETV-TV.  Full story
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