August 10, 1986
The nominees for Most Insipid Station Plugs are: KNBC for "Donahue"; KNBC for "I'm Going to Tell David Horowitz on You"; KNBC for "Fritz Said It Would Be Like This"; and KNBC for "If It Grunts, Kicks, Chokes, Etc., Fred'll Show It to You." And the winner is . . . sorry, I've changed channels. Tom Lester, West Los Angeles
May 18, 2010
The Early Show Amanda Seyfried. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Will Forte and Kristen Wiig; Pat Brown. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC Good Morning America Matthew Fox; Fred Thompson; Emeril Lagasse. (N) 7 a.m. KABC Live With Regis and Kelly Matthew Fox ("Lost"); Matthew Morrison ("Glee"). (N) 9 a.m. KABC The View Jorge Garcia; Fred Thompson; Tim Hasselbeck. (N) 10 a.m. KABC The Doctors LL Cool J. (N) 11 a.m. KCAL The Martha Stewart Show Chef Ryan Hardy. (N) 2 p.m. KNBC The Oprah Winfrey Show Lisa and Laura Ling discuss Laura's captivity in North Korea.
April 7, 2004
Sources: CBS; Nielsen Media Research -- PROGRAM NAT'L RANK STATION HOUSEHOLDS 1 The Apprentice 5 KNBC 889,000 2 CSI 1 KCBS 795,000 3 American Idol (Wed.) 3 KTTV 707,000 4 American Idol (Tue.) 2 KTTV 705,000 5 Survivor: All-Stars 4 KCBS 649,000 6 ER 7 KNBC 616,000 7 The O.C. 24 KTTV 589,000 8 That '70s Show 27 KTTV 563,000 9 Without a Trace 8 KCBS 558,000 10 Law & Order: SVU 11 KNBC 552,000 -- Los Angeles Times
June 12, 1985
A week after former KNBC news anchor Tritia Toyota signed with KCBS-TV Channel 2, KNBC weatherman Kevin O'Connell has followed suit. He is expected to begin appearing on the Channel 2 news next week, a KCBS spokeswoman said Tuesday. However, a decision on which newscast he will work was not immediately made. KCBS management is still deciding how it will staff the various news programs now that Toyota is on the premises. She is due to make her first on-air appearance Monday.
January 15, 1994
Thank you for your informative interview with John Beard ("At Channel 11 News, 'It Just Feels Better,' " Jan. 8). We concur absolutely with Beard regarding KNBC-TV local news coverage--frankly, it's a joke. KNBC, along with KCBS and KABC, delivers news that insults every viewer's intelligence. We could care less about the Michael Jackson situation until all the facts are in. (Thanks anyway, KNBC!) Whereas KABC previously led the pack in sensationalizing the news, KNBC has now taken over that ranking.
August 7, 1996 |
Viewing dipped a bit in the second week but the Summer Olympics were still the dominant force on television last week, according to figures released Tuesday by Nielsen Media Research. NBC's seven nights of coverage from Atlanta landed the top seven spots in prime time. For the week, NBC's nighttime Olympics programming, hosted by Bob Costas, averaged a 20.3 household rating--down about 11% from the first week of the Games but still more than ABC, CBS and Fox combined.