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New York Stations Go Live for Shuttle Landing

As a jet carrying the space shuttle Enterprise touched down today at JFK airport around 11:21 a.m. ET, every major news station in New York was carrying live coverage of its arrival.

Beginning at 10:30 a.m., WABC, WCBS, WNBC, and WNYW cut into their regularly scheduled programming to bring live coverage of the shuttle’s entry into New York City. On a windy day in which news helicopters were grounded, there was a noticeable split in how the stations covered the event: WABC and WCBS had multiple reporters in the field and the stations highlighted their team coverage, while WNBC and WNYW relied more heavily on the personalities in their respective studios. Read more

VIDEO: Pauly Shore Invites WNYW Guest Host La La Anthony Back to His Hotel Room


WNYW anchor Rosanna Scotto is off this week, and this morning La La Anthony sat in as Greg Kelly‘s co-host for the 9 a.m. hour of “Good Day New York.”

Kelly and Anthony, who is the wife of the New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony, interviewed Pauly Shore. Shore was promoting a movie that premieres this weekend, but somewhere in the middle of the interview, he abandoned all promotion tactics and focused in on Anthony instead (video above, at about the 5:00 mark).

“Are we gonna do P90X later? In my hotel room?” Shore asked Anthony as he carressed her arm. “So sweet. She’s adorable. Oh my God.” Read more

NY Stations Carry Live Coverage of Verdict in Rutgers Webcam Spying Case

New York stations cut into their regular programming on Friday, around 11:40 a.m., to bring live coverage of the verdict in the Rutgers webcam spying case.

As the jury read its decision, WCBS, WABC, WNBC, and WNYW all carried the verdict live. The defendant in the case, former Rutgers student Dharun Ravi, was convicted of hate crimes, but found not guilty on several accounts. Read more

Greg Kelly Returns to WNYW: ‘It’s Been a Tough Couple of Weeks, Obviously’

Greg Kelly, who was cleared this week of rape allegations made against him, returned to the WNYW anchor desk this morning after a three-week leave of absence (video above).

“It was a tough couple of weeks, obviously, for a lot of people,” Kelly said. “I’m very, very grateful for all the support.”

Kelly joked with co-anchor Rosanna Scotto after his statement, asking, “You ready to get back to work?” Read more

Greg Kelly to Return to WNYW Anchor Desk Friday

WNYW anchor Greg Kelly will return to the anchor desk on Friday, a Fox spokesperson tells TVSpy.

Kelly has been on a leave of absence from the Fox O&O since the Manhattan District Attorney’s office opened an investigation into rape allegations made against him on January 26. He was cleared of all charges last night.

Steve Lacy has been filling-in alongside Kelly’s co-anchor, Rosanna Scotto, on the morning newscast. In a statement released last night, Kelly thanked Scotto for her support.

“I will always remember her kindness, and I look forward to soon resuming my post on Good Day New York next to her,” he said.

News Greg Kelly Won’t be Charged With Rape Leads Evening Newscasts in NYC

All of WNYW‘s rival stations reported last night Greg Kelly, an anchor at the Fox O&O, was cleared of the rape charges made against him last month. WNBC, WABC, WPIX and WCBS all led their respective evening newscasts with the story.

WABC reporter Lucy Yang was live in lower Manhattan, while WCBS’ Sean Hennessey and WNBC’s Jonathan Dienst reported the story from the WCBS and WNBC newsrooms.

All four stations also reported the news throughout this morning’s newscasts. It was also reported on on “Today and “Good Morning America.” Read more

WNYW’s Greg Kelly Cleared in Rape Investigation

An investigation by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office has cleared WNYW anchor Greg Kelly of rape allegations made against him, according to the New York Daily News.

“We have concluded that the established facts do not constitute a crime under New York criminal law,” a spokeswoman for the Manhattan District Attorney said.

The investigation, which was opened last month, was handled by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office because Kelly is the son of New York police commissioner Ray Kelly.

The WNYW anchor, who took a leave of absence from the Fox O&O during the investigation, issued a statement Tuesday night.

“I am so thankful the investigation established what I’ve known all along, that I am innocent of the allegations that were waged against me,” Kelly said. “I am so blessed to have a wonderful family and friends whose support for me never wavered.” Read more

NBC’s ‘Today’ Weighs In on Greg Kelly Rape Case

NBC’s “Today’s Professionals” panel weighed in on the rape case of WNYW anchor Greg Kelly this week.

The discussion included Dr. Nancy Snyderman‘s admission that she had been sexually assaulted in college.

“I was attacked in 1970 as a college girl and I did everything wrong. I didn’t come forward. I waited too long,” Snyderman said, before suggesting that Kelly should return to work (video above).

Greg Kelly Rape Case Gets Animated

WNYW anchor Greg Kelly‘s rape case has gotten the Taiwanese animation treatment (video above).  The video is by Big Apple Daily, the New York-centric wing of Taiwan’s Next Media Animation.

Greg Kelly’s Rape Case Remains Front Page News in New York

WNYW anchor Greg Kelly‘s rape case remains front page news in New York, as local newspapers continue to churn out coverage of the tabloid-ready story involving the popular morning show host, his police commissioner father, and a 20-something woman with an angry boyfriend.

On Sunday, days after allegations first emerged that Kelly raped a young woman last October, both the New York Post and the Daily News devoted their front pages to the case. Read more

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