Sweeps periods aren't what they used to be, back in the old days when networks loaded up May with big miniseries, and stations resorted to the trashiest of come-ons seeking to entice viewers to…
Recent anchor changes have apparently paid off for Los Angeles' KCAL, KCBS and KTLA.
Local Tribune-owned station KTLA has earned an Emmy for its coverage of the death of Michael Jackson.
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Fox-owned KTTV's coverage of last year's May Day melee in MacArthur Park -- in which two of the station's staffers were injured -- has now netted the station a pair of Emmys.
KCBS is on an Emmy roll, scoring its third consecutive prize for best local half-hour news.
Fox-owned KTTV led the L.A. Area Emmy Award nomination tally this year, while Telemundo outfit KVEA will receive this year's Governors' Award.
Fox11 scored the most nominations, 22, for the 58th annual Los Angeles Emmy Awards, announced Wednesday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Next up was KCAL9, with 20, and Fox Sports Net…