It's already been 6 years since I sat down for a reunion with my first TV wife on WHAS11's Great Day Live! I was lucky enough to work alongside Ange (pronounced Angie but, yes, that's how she spells it) Humphrey on my first regular TV show in the fall of 1987. It was a locally packaged version of PM Magazine called PM Louisville. By that time, Ange was an established media personality from her 1973 launch as the WLKY-TV "weather girl." She was also a country singer, emcee, interviewer, and storyteller. I was a TV novice but Ange was patient, kind, and thoughtful as my learning curve sharpened. Her positivity elevated the entire studio. Total pro. Prior to our stint at WHAS-TV, Ange had
Inadvertent media errors are understandable. Punctuation and camera angles sometimes get the short shrift by media workers. No one gets hurt by minor mistakes in media. However, lives are ruined when media manipulation is in play. This adds to the burning tire fire that is fake news. Ouch! We report tonight the real bombshell: Christine Ford’s close HS friend (who Ford says was at the party when Kavanaugh allegedly assaulted her) said Ford’s story is not believable and told the FBI Ford’s allies pressured her, threatened her with a smear campaign to say otherwise https://t.co/GQhBTXHcze— Jan Crawford (@JanCBS) September 17, 2019 This is really helpful to our media business. Thanks for the punch in the face, New York Times. So the New York
WAVE3 would like for you to have a kitty. My teammates at WHAS11 are rating snacks. Over on WLKY, it's breaking news about dog faces on St. Patrick's Day shirts. And WDRB is squabbling with service providers to get reinstated. All local stations go through these rate negotiations from time to time. WDRB's typically news heavy website does occasionally throw in some fluff.