Gray Television, Inc. announced many of its television stations across 113 local markets will partner with The Salvation Army to help raise funds following the deadly storm system that impacted America’s Heartland.
Channel 2 and CBS 5’s Jeff Dowd to be Posthumously Inducted into ABA Hall of Fame. The Alaska Broadcasters Association inducts broadcasters for significant contributions to the industry and Alaska each year.
Gray Television, Inc. announced its portfolio of top local news television stations across 103 markets in the United States will partner with the Salvation Army to help raise funds following Hurricane Ida.
The Northwest Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) has recognized KTUU General Manager and Vice President, Nancy Johnson with one of its most prestigious career honors, induction into the Silver Circle.
KTUU-TV Channel 2, the local NBC affiliate, and KYES Channel 5 today announced that an agreement has been reached with pay-TV provider Dish Network to continue carrying the Alaska stations’ programming.
Northern Lights Media (NLM), operator of Anchorage-based KTUU-TV and Channel 2 News, today announced the acquisition of the local NBC (KTVF), CBS (KXD) and Fox (KFXF) television affiliates in Fairbanks from Tanana Valley Television Co. and Chena Broadcasting Co. for $8 million in cash.
KTUU-TV today announces that longtime Channel 2 News reporter/anchor Steve Mac Donald is set to retire in December of this year. Mac Donald began his career at KTUU-TV in September of 1996 as a general assignment reporter and later served as assistant news director, news director and special projects manager.