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KXAN expanding noon news, ‘Studio 512’

3:11 pm Mar. 23, 2017

Austin NBC affiliate KXAN is shaking up its daytime lineup starting next week.

“Studio 512,” the station’s lifestyle show, will move to 11 a.m. and expand from 30 minutes to an hour. It currently airs at

NewsRadio 590 adds 1 show, drops another

1:33 pm Mar. 20, 2017

NewsRadio 590 has made a few tweaks to its lineup.

The news/talk station has added the nationally syndicated “Kilmeade and Friends” to its weekday schedule, airing from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

The program, hosted by Brian

KVUE adds morning traffic reporter

3:56 pm Mar. 16, 2017

KVUE’s morning team will be back at full strength soon with the addition of a new traffic anchor.

Anavid Reyes starts Monday, arriving from Abilene, where she worked for the city’s NBC and Telemundo affiliates. Her

‘Stripped’ at SXSW: Bravo TV shows some skin

2:48 pm Mar. 11, 2017

A team from cable network Bravo was turning more than a few heads outside the Austin Convention Center Saturday afternoon.

Members, at first glance, appeared to be naked, but a closer look revealed they had on

February TV ratings: KXAN wins mornings and evenings

4:32 pm Mar. 9, 2017

KXAN continues to be Austin’s No. 1 choice for TV news, winning virtually every head-to-head competition in February, according to the latest Nielsen ratings.

The city’s NBC affiliate took the top spot at 5 a.m., 6

Brittany Glas joins KXAN’s investigative team

2:26 pm Mar. 7, 2017

KXAN has filled one of its two investigative reporter openings by promoting from within.

Brittany Glas, who joined the station as a reporter in August 2016, is shifting fulltime to the KXAN Investigates team, KXAN said.

Glas

KVUE’s new morning meteorologist debuts

1:51 pm Feb. 28, 2017

A new face popped up today on KVUE’s two morning newscasts.

The city’s ABC affiliate has hired Erika Lopez to serve as meteorologist for its “Daybreak” and “Midday” broadcasts.

Lopez, a self-described “ultimate weather nerd,” arrives in