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WRC Launches Series on Mental Health - Posted April 30, 2014
WRC, the NBC owned station in Washington, D.C., is launching "Changing Minds," a year-long series on mental health. The series will "consist of powerful and compelling elements including news stories, public service announcements, town halls, specials and partnerships," according to th... [TVSpy]

Liz Crenshaw to Retire After 34 Years at WRC - Posted February 3, 2014
After 34 years at WRC in Washington, D.C., Liz Crenshaw is retiring from the NBC owned station. "This is a note I had hoped never to have to write, but Liz Crenshaw has informed me... [TVSpy]

Zachary Kiesch Joins WRC's Prince George's County Bureau - Posted June 25, 2013
Zachary Kiesch is moving into a new role as an on-air reporter at WRC, the NBC owned station in Washington, D.C. He will be based in the station's Prince George's County Bureau. Kiesch... [TVSpy]

Scott MacFarlane Joins WRC - Posted June 21, 2013
Reporter Scott MacFarlane is joining WRC, the NBC owned station in Washington, D.C., vice president of news Mike Goldrick announced today. "For... [TVSpy]

Reporter Mark Segraves to Join WRC - Posted January 28, 2013
Mark Segraves is joining WRC in Washington, DC, vice president of news Mike Goldrick announced... [TVSpy]

WPXI Shuffles Weekend, Morning Meteorologists - Posted April 25, 2012
Pittsburgh NBC-affiliate WPXI has swapped the schedules of two meteorologists, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazet... [TVSpy]

WPXI Morning Anchors Fall for Spoof Report on Steelers Receiver Hines Ward - Posted March 8, 2012
NFL fans watching WPXI yesterday morning were surprised to hear anchor Todd McDermott report that Hines Ward, a receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, had signed with the rival Baltimore Ra... [TVSpy]

With High-Profile Trial Set to Begin in Pittsburgh, Local Stations See Hope for Courtroom Cameras - Posted June 17, 2011
Cameras will be allowed in the courtroom during the trial of Richard Poplawski, a Pittsburgh man accused of killing three police officers. Although, much to the chagrin of local stations, the high-profile case wi... [TVSpy]

Pittsburgh News Directors Consider Joint Agreement on Covering City's Black Community - Posted April 21, 2011
In a summit attended by local media officials and black community leaders, the news directors of Pittsburgh's top three stations said that they were considering signing a joint agreement on coverage policies regarding the city's black community. The summit, held at ... [TVSpy]