KTLA Channel 5 in Los Angeles plans to air a half-hour tribute, “Stan Chambers: L.A. Newsman,” to the pioneering T.V. reporter who died Friday morning at his home in the Holmby Hills section of Los…
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Tribune's long-awaited decision to spin off its newspaper holdings and bet squarely on television pounds a final nail in the coffin of the rationale underlying the Times Mirror-Tribune merger back in…
Nerves were on edge at KTLA Studios on Tuesday night when the lot was evacuated for more than two hours after a bomb threat that police said turned out to be a prank. The call came in to the station…
Tribune Co.'s pursuit of Peter Liguori for the CEO role at the post-bankruptcy entity is the surest sign that the new owners intend to hang on to its TV station group, at least for a little while.
The FCC is looking to ease its long-standing restriction on simultaneous ownership of a TV station and newspaper in the nation's largest markets.
Tribune-owned KTLA will expand its weekday Los Angeles morning news show to Saturdays and Sundays, beginning April 9.
Recent anchor changes have apparently paid off for Los Angeles' KCAL, KCBS and KTLA.
Los Angeles was home to about 300 television sets when 24-year-old Stan Chambers began his TV career as a stagehand at KTLA-TV in December 1947.
On Jan. 5, moments after Don Corsini started his gig as KTLA's president and GM, the troops knew there was a new sheriff in town. Why aren't we doing more news?, Corsini wanted to know. Why aren't we…
A week after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Tribune Co. has tapped its broadcasting president Ed Wilson to take on additional duties as the company's chief revenue officer.
This and that: KCET salutes Sydney Pollack; Gordon Ramsay feeds us well; Moczulski to KTLA; Betty White alert!
L.A. pubcaster KCET-TV will pay tribute to multihyphenate Sydney Pollack on Monday by running Pollack’s 2005 docu "Sketches of Frank Gehry," followed by a 1994 interview Pollack did for PBS’ "Life…