Jairo Marin, news director for KMEX-TV announced the incorporation of Teresa Quevedo as the new weekday news anchor for the weekday newscasts of "Noticias 34," alongside 25-year KMEX veteran anchor Eduardo Quezada, beginning this week.
CTAM (Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing) has released a study analyzing consumer interest in Interactive Television services through the eyes of the cable TV customer, using video demonstrations of commercially-available services, rather than concept descriptions.
Almost all Americans (91%) in a recent Insurance Research Council (IRC) survey of U.S. households believe that use of cellular phones while driving distracts drivers and increases the likelihood of accidents.
Ovum predicts that by January 2006, 166 million Internet users world-wide will be regular users of PC-to-phone IP telephony. This represents almost a quarter (23%) of Internet users growing from only 5% today.
After 35 days of political and legal uncertainty in this country in the 2000 general election, President Elect George W. Bush will consummate his electoral victory by beginning his tenure as the 43rd President of the United States on Saturday, January 20th.
With nine new categories and 240 nominees in all (241 if you separately count Will Ferrell and Darrell Hammond as "Bush vs. Gore" on Saturday Night Live), the excitement continues to build for the third annual "TV Guide Awards," which has announced its first-round nominees.
Telemundo posted unprecedented results in the recently released NSI* November 2000 reports. For the first time in its history, in key markets, Telemundo is the market ratings leader in numerous dayparts.
Entravision Communications Corporation announced that it has completed the acquisitions of WUNI-TV, Channel 27, serving Boston, Massachusetts, from Jasas Corporation for $47.5 million and WHCT-TV, Channel 18, serving Hartford Connecticut, from Astroline Communications Company and Two If By Sea Br
KVEA-TV rings in the new year by announcing today its debut of a one-hour weekday morning news and information program; a half-hour midday news program; and an alternative to weekend news, featuring live, local and late-breaking news coverage beginning Monday, Jan. 15, 2001.