Alanna Autler has joined KTVT/Channel 11 as a consumer investigative reporter. She comes from WSMV in Nashville, where an alt-weekly named her and her husband “Best Media Power Couple.” Now he’s in DFW, too.
Netflix is releasing “choose your own adventure” episodes of the series “Black Mirror” this year, the first adult title to experiment with the concept. Will interactive content become the norm for TV watching?
Props from the set of “The Office” are being auctioned online through Friday. The stuff’s not cheap - the bid on Darryl’s red stapler was $300 on Monday and someone bid $2,000 on Dwight’s Sales Associates Association Award from 2008.
The Burleson-bred singer’s talk show won’t launch till 2019, but there are already reports that Steve Harvey’s daytime show is a goner. That news comes less than a month after a DFW radio station dropped Harvey.
Tribune Broadcasting has canceled the Dallas-based shows ‘Morning Dose’ and ‘NewsFix,’ according to a Houston Chronicle report. Jenny Anchondo, formerly of Fox 4 in DFW, was one of the ‘Dose’ co-hosts.
The WFAA/Channel 8 anchor, who announced this week that he’ll retire March 1, says that the station told him he could stay as long as he wants. But he’s ready to make some life changes and take some time off.
McCaa, one of the longest-running anchors in DFW, joined Channel 8 as a reporter in 1984 and began anchoring various broadcasts in 1988. He announced his retirement Monday evening in a Facebook Live on wfaa.com
“The Walking Dead” season 9 will premiere on AMC Sunday, October 7th, 2018 at 8 p.m. CT/9 p.m. ET. Season 9, the first in more than four years not run by Scott Gimple, takes place after the “All Out War” storyline.
DFW is melting in the record-breaking heat, but one TV station turned the heat wave into an art project, another melted itself (in a way) and another gave itself a big melting hand — all on Facebook Live.
Laura Harris, who will come in from Tampa to fill the vacancy left by a departing Cory Smith, looks like a vibrant addition to the KXAS/Channel 5 news team. Smith is scheduled to leave later this year; Harris is due to arrive after Labor Day.
Hanna Battah, who makes her Dallas-Ft. Worth anchor debut Sunday morning on KDFW/Channel 4, has seen and done a lot in her journalism career. And then there was that pre-TV time when she was a barista, and the customer who liked a REALLY syrupy drink ...