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Mouseboy332,744 posts since 10 Feb 2014
FTVLIVE is doing their annual Best/Worst stations to work for.
WSVN 7 Miami came in at #9 of the best stations to work for. Not bad out of over 300 stations nationwide.
FTVLIVE is the industry "gossip page" if you want. Its snarky and all of their stories happen as they are written. Nice little read.
https://www.ftvlive.com/
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We head to SoFlo for the No. 9 best Tv station to work for on our list.

WSVN in Miami is one station that everyone should have on their resume. At WSVN it is about the news and only the news. The station is more like a news factory, that it is a newsroom.

If you live and breathe TV news, then this is the place to be.

If you’re a person that needs constant feedback and told what a good job you’re doing, this is not the station for you. WSVN puts on the best newscast they can and when it’s over, the focus is on the next newscast.

Alice Jacobs the VP of News is not in your face micro-managing all that you do. The station is about hiring good people and letting them do their job. If you’re not good, they will cut ties with you and try to find someone that is.

This is a place where the news is the star and not the people that deliver it. No BS stories to cover. Hard news rules the day at Channel 7.

The station is very different from other stations, but it is a good kind of different. There is no doubt that some will not like it.

But, as we said, if you love news, don’t need to be coddled, then this is a place for you.

Check back next hour for No. 8 on our list.
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RtH186 posts since 1 Apr 2001
London
Is SBS6 and Hart van Nederland going through a major change? Within a week of each other, Gallyon van Vessem and Selma van Dijk have both now left the programme.

For two of the longest serving presenters to leave, I hope SBS6 know what they're doing.


Yes, major changes were announced, but nobody knows what they want to do with the programme. As a result, two of the main presenters were fired, and the weather presenter didn't get a new contract. He will leave the programme next month, after 23 years.

Several years ago, SBS wanted to refresh the programme to attract a younger audience. A new set, new graphics and music were introduced, and two main presenters were fired. They didn't succeed, the ratings dropped.
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whoiam989894 posts since 22 Dec 2007
BBC World News
Is SBS6 and Hart van Nederland going through a major change? Within a week of each other, Gallyon van Vessem and Selma van Dijk have both now left the programme.

For two of the longest serving presenters to leave, I hope SBS6 know what they're doing.


Yes, major changes were announced, but nobody knows what they want to do with the programme. As a result, two of the main presenters were fired, and the weather presenter didn't get a new contract. He will leave the programme next month, after 23 years.

Several years ago, SBS wanted to refresh the programme to attract a younger audience. A new set, new graphics and music were introduced, and two main presenters were fired. They didn't succeed, the ratings dropped.


Does anyone have any details on Piet Paulusma's departure, and where he will head next?