With over 10 million monthly page views, three quarters of a million unique visitors, and 250 thousand video views each month, WWLTV.com is the highest-trafficked local TV website in Louisiana. Site visitors have access to local news, weather and sports. Among its many features are over 40 detailed weather radars, a mobile site and iphone application, an events section, a dining guide, Northshore news, Frank Davis’ reports and recipes, and health tips. WWLTV.com is also home to pages featuring hurricane information, the New Orleans Saints, LSU Tigers, Hornets basketball, and more. WWLTV.com was awarded a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for overall excellence and an Editor & Publisher, Eppy Award for best overall local TV internet service. It was also voted “Best TV News Website” by Gambit in their annual “Best of New Orleans” edition in 2010.
For information about advertising on wwltv.com, call:
Molly Bernard, mbernard@wwltvcom, 504-529-6210
WWL-TV, Channel 4
One of the nation's highest-rated local television stations, WWL-TV Channel 4 first signed on the air on September 7, 1957. As "Louisiana's News Leader", WWL-TV produces 35 hours of local programming every week. Channel 4’s unwavering commitment to local journalism has earned it seven prestigious George Foster Peabody Awards, three National Edward R. Murrow Awards and a host of other national, regional and local honors. The station’s most recent awards recognized WWL’s continuous coverage of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath; Channel 4 was the only New Orleans station to remain on the air before, during and after the devastating storm. The station continues to strive for innovation and excellence while remaining deeply tied to the community it serves.
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NewsWatch On Channel 15
Launched on October 20, 1989, WWL-TV's NewsWatch on Channel 15 is a 24-hour local news channel. The first of its kind in the country, Channel 15 continually rebroadcasts WWL-TV's powerhouse newscasts to nearly 290,000 cable television households in Orleans, Jefferson, St. Tammany, St. Bernard and St. Charles parishes. It was created in response to the growing number of people whose busy schedules did not permit them to watch a newscast at traditional broadcast times. Whether arriving home from work late or leaving the house early for errands, viewers in southeast Louisiana have access to local news on demand. Channel 15 successfully serves the needs of an entire market of "on-the-go" consumers - an affluent demographic for your advertising message.
For information on advertising on Channel 15
Justin Adams, email@example.com, 504-529-6240
The newest addition to the WWL family is My54, a sister station to Channel 4. Broadcasting from the French Quarter, the channel captures the flavor, fun and festival of Louisiana. It is a My Network affiliate that airs wide array of comedies - including “House of Payne" and "Meet the Browns" from New Orleans favorite son Tyler Perry. There are also dramas, game shows, sports programs and news shows. On weeknights, My54 airs “Eyewitness News at 9”, a 9pm newscast produced by Channel 4’s acclaimed journalists. The station also broadcasts LSU/SEC basketball games, SEC football games, and Southland Conference football. Anchoring the station are two local hosts who update viewers on upcoming programs, public service campaigns and events in the community. The pair also works to promote local businesses that are connected to the Crescent City in a Sales initiative called “My New Orleans”.
For information on advertising on WUPL
Justin Adams firstname.lastname@example.org, 504-529-6240