Lilly Broadcasting Ventures is pleased to announce it will begin operations as the new affiliate for the ABC television network in Guam effective June 1.
The station was presented with the honor April 29 at a ceremony in Detroit.
The agreement means that leading television providers who are members of the Co-Op including Digicel, BVI Cable, Cable Bahamas, Logic Communications and many others will continue to carry One Caribbean Television programming throughout the region.
Erie News Now and HAPPI 927 have been honored with 2023 Excellence in Broadcasting awards from the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters (PAB).
The broadcast, hosted by Erie News Now anchor Isley Gooden, focuses on The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration.
For the first time, 19 News will broadcast the start of the sled dog race live from downtown Marquette as part of an exclusive, half-hour special presented by Northern Michigan University.
WZMQ 19 is proud to announce a new partnership with the Meijer State Games of Michigan in 2023.
A news team from the company's stations visited historic venues in Montgomery and Selma, Alabama, to chronicle the stories of racial segregation and the brave soul who inspired the movement that led to progress and change in the deep south.
A news reporting team from Lilly Broadcasting has returned to Europe to report on “Stories from Ukraine” on the company’s broadcast and digital platforms.
WZMQ 19 News is pleased to announce that Sarah Blakely has been appointed anchor and executive producer of the station's new live & local news operation.
Ariane joins the WZMQ 19 First Warning Weather team with an ability to provide a personal connection to the U.P.’s people and places.
WZMQ 19 will begin broadcasting news live from the station's new studios in historic downtown Marquette, Michigan, on Monday, Oct. 3.
Megan will keep you in the know on popular events and top UP trends through her weekly segment “What’s UP with Megan.”
Jim will present a weekly commentary titled “Life in the 906” about important issues, developments and events in the U.P.
WZMQ, the Upper Peninsula’s new CBS station, is the Reserve Champion Sponsor of the fair, which began in 1928.
Elise Kline will oversee the bureau as a multimedia journalist and reporter.
This is a rare opportunity to step aboard some of the finest ships to sail on Lake Superior.
The wall is a tribute to service members killed during the Vietnam War and is an opportunity to recognize all who served.
The use of the historic building means WZMQ 19 will be the only television station located in downtown Marquette.
Erie News Now won two Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters (PAB) awards and earned two Emmy Award nominations for its work.
During the 10-day trip, Washington D.C. reporter Rachel Knapp and Erie News Now (WICU/WSEE) photographer Brian Schnieders brought viewers live reports and produced daily packages and briefings for the company's stations.
Washington reporter Rachel Knapp and videographer Brian Schneiders depart for Poland March 19 and will remain there for more than a week.
The program features historical artifacts and displays plus interviews with those involved in the fight against discrimination.
“Going for the Gold: Memories of Lake Placid” will air on Lilly Broadcasting stations this month. It explores the history of the winter Olympics in Lake Placid.
CBS programming will now be seen on WZMQ CBS 19.2 over-the-air and traditional cable and satellite providers.