Spring Break is in full force in Florida and especially in Orlando. If you’d like to take part in the fun at Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras celebration, enter the WBFS/WFOR-TV ticket giveaway contest.
A big change has taken place on South Florida radio as CBS Radio welcomes two FM stations and one AM radio station.
Some big changes behind the scenes are coming to South Florida radio, as CBS Radio and Beasley Broadcasting announced a four-city station swap on Thursday.
It appears that Pat Riley felt he deliberated long enough on how to build around the Big Three.
Students at the University of Miami’s School of Communication enjoyed a visit from one of the top executives in the media world, Leslie Moonves, the President and CEO of the CBS Corporation.
CBS4 is thrilled to announce the latest addition to our award-winning anchor team. Veteran broadcast journalist Rick Folbaum will join CBS4 as co-anchor of the station’s weeknight 5 and 11 p.m. newscasts, beginning Monday, August 26.
Former longtime CBS4 investigative and consumer reporter Al Sunshine received a proclamation Tuesday morning by the Board of Miami-Dade County Commissioners.
Funeral services have been arranged for Dave Game, a longtime member of the WFOR/CBS4 news family who passed away after a long illness on February 5, 2013.
Dave Game, a longtime member of the WFOR/CBS4 news family, passed away after a long illness on February 5, 2013.
South Floridians know all too well how difficult it is to recover from a devastating hurricane. That’s why CBS4 is proud to announce it has joined with the American Red Cross and CBS Outdoors to raise funds for victims of Superstorm Sandy.