Wilson is calling on the report and security footage of the alleged incident to be released to the public.
When it comes to the fight for local news viewers in the Anchorage market, new ratings numbers show both KTUU-Channel 2 and KTVA-Channel 11 succumbing to national election “fatigue,” but their morning shows bucking the trend.
The latest Nielsen ratings for local television news stations show the revamped KTVA still trails longtime leader KTUU by a wide margin.
The latest Nielsen ratings for local television news stations show the revamped KTVA not just stalled in its quest to compete with longtime ratings dominant KTUU, but actually losing ground.
In 2013, local cable TV and data communications company GCI spent millions to buy and upgrade KTVA, in both technology and on-air talent, to compete with KTUU. It is now closing in on three years since KTVA launched their new slate of news products. Are those changes paying off?
The latest television ratings are out and both significant competitors in the Anchorage television news war are crowing.
The war surrounding local television stations KTUU and KTVA is going to the next level, now spilling over into the Attorney Generalâ€™s office with accusations of political favors.
KTUU raids KTVA, Reinbold gets some party support, and the end of the year fundraiser season starts
Lisa can’t find a flack, GCI gets in the budget game, and Landfield out smarts’em all. Its Friday in the sun!!!!!!
So, does John Tracyâ€™s involvement in both KTVA and Murkowskiâ€™s campaign explain the wide disparity in coverage between KTVA and KTUU? In essence, has KTVA become the station of Murkowski and Murkowski the candidate of KTVA?