Miami Herald Teams With CBS Affiliate
Nov 25, 2002, 12:00 AM
The Miami Herald and WFOR-CBS 4 are teaming up in a cross-media alliance to share news gathering, personnel, online content, office space and promotional effort. The alliance, signed into by the organizations on Friday, is to take effect on Dec. 2. It also encompasses the companies' websites and such related outlets as CBS 4's sister station, WBFS-UPN 33, and The Herald's alternative weekly newspaper, Street Miami.The Herald's Spanish-language daily, El Nuevo Herald, has its own broadcast partnership with Univisión-owned WLTV Channel 23. Under terms of the new agreement, CBS 4 will feature a Herald Report, highlighting the newspaper's stories, in its three daily newscasts. In return, The Herald will give CBS 4 a slot on Page 4A to feature whatever it chooses.