“The idea that I was endorsing what the defensive player did by twisting Josh’s ankle is ridiculous,” Collinsworth said.
In another WGRZ staff note, reporter Karys Belger has left the station to join WXIA-TV in Atlanta, which is owned by the same owner as Channel 2, Tegna.
Mowins is a talented broadcast pioneer who has helped lead a surge in respected female voices in play-by-play, analyst and local television roles that has increased in recent years.
Associated Press TV writer David Bauder noted Tuesday “in what was otherwise a rough two weeks in Tokyo NBC television viewers responded – at …
The national ratings of the Tokyo Games in prime time have dropped more than 50% on some nights compared to the 2016 summer games in Rio.
According to sources, the plan is for Murphy and Wood to go on the road to call games this season, unless things change because of the spread of Covid-19. The Bills open the preseason on Aug. 13 at Detroit.
“I’ve always considered The Buffalo News to be the most important institution in Western New York and I hope my reporting will make it that much stronger,” Specht wrote in an email.
Here are TV critic Alan Pergament's first impressions from Thursday’s premieres.
The WUTV news team will include Syracuse anchor Michael Benny, Rochester meteorologist Scott Hetsko and Rochester sports anchor Mike Catalana.
The 30-minute newscast will initially run from Monday through Friday and be lead at the start by a rotation of anchors.
“We want to control our own destiny,” said Nick Magnini, the general manager of WUTV and sister station WNYO-TV of ending the station’s reliance on airing Channel 2's newscast.
Demler’s apology came after she took a shot at the Cuomo administration’s handling of the coronavirus vaccine program in New York pertaining to those with immune system issues.
"The postseason is so great for the station that it should shout 'Go Bills' as loud as anyone in the Bills Mafia," Alan Pergament writes.
Tegna, Channel 2’s owner, and AT&T, DirecTV’s owner, announced an agreement that returned 64 Tegna stations in 51 Nielsen markets to the satellite service after an 18-day blackout.
Carucci joined Adam Benigni on WGRZ-TV Sunday night to break down the Bills' 24-21 victory over the Patriots.
Veteran Bills reporter Vic Carucci appeared on WGRZ with Adam Benigni following the Buffalo Bills' 42-16 loss.
There was a double-digit percentage local viewership drop-off watching the six commercial channels carrying the convention nightly at 10 p.m. last week.
Consumers have the economic recovery in their hands – literally.
Buffalo police and firefighters are already trying to neuter the state’s repeal of Section 50-a, writes The News' Editorial Board.
Alan Pergament answers your questions about local TV.
Some news items concerning people who work at the local television station on Delaware Avenue:
Ewing is a strong reporter blessed with an important tool for a broadcaster – a distinctive, soothing voice, writes Alan Pergament.
It didn’t take long for former WGR-AM reporter Paul Hamilton to find a new team after he was released by Entercom Buffalo on Tuesday.
The News’ Vic Carucci and WGRZ’s Adam Benigni talk about the Bills’ 21-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins.
This is what I’m thinking: WGRZ-TV (Channel 2) reporter Michael Wooten deserves praise for his balanced coverage dealing with the race for the congressional seat in the 27th district between incumbent Republican Chris Collins and Democratic challenger Nate McMurray. The huge difference in the bankrolls of the two candidates makes it imperative that local media fact-check Collins’ political ads