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Ayemer Ayes Staffers

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KTLA has named Nicholas van Hoogstraten exec producer of the station's new morning newscast, premiering in the next few months. Van Hoogstraten most recently served as the station's director of…

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'Must-Carry' Clout

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The National Assn. of Broadcasters and the Assn. of Independent Television Stations have united in a bid to wrangle favorable “must-carry” rules out of the FCC. Must-carry refers to regs that would…

Marketplace

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Welcome To L.A.

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Jennifer Barnett, who most recently served as a publicist for KPIX-TV San Francisco, a CBS affil, has been named publicity director for KCAL-TV. She moves into the job May 1.

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No Nukes

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KSHE-FM St. Louis, Mo. has been fined $25,000 by the Federal Communications Commission for airing a false report that the U.S. was under nuclear attack. Deejay John Ulett aired the broadcast on Jan…

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Emmy Nods Again

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KABC-TV crushed the competition in the area Emmy Awards nominations released April 18. The o& o got 45 out of 223 bids: 22 for news, 18 for programming such as “Eye On L.A.,” “A.M. Los Angeles” and…

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Gone West

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Laureen Ong joins KRON-TV as local sales manager. She comes from WPVI-TV Philadelphia, where she was an account exec. Previously, Ong held sales posts with MTM Distribution Group.

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Live, From Calif.

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A state Assembly panel in Sacramento, Calif. unanimously approved a proposal April 23 that would order the warden at San Quentin to allow televised coverage of executions. As reported by Associated…

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