Evening Headlines — 6/13/13

Daughter of WAVE 3 News anchor John Boel seriously injured in accident
The daughter of WAVE 3 News Sunrise anchor John Boel was seriously injured Wednesday night when she and another girl were hit by a car in Jeffersontown, Ky. Brianna Boel and a friend, both 14, were trying to cross the busy intersection of Hurstbourne Parkway and Linn Station Road around 8 p.m. ET Wednesday night when the accident happened. [WAVE]

Jonathan Martin Signing Off From WSMV
WSMV weekend anchor and reporter Jonathan Martin is leaving the Nashville NBC affiliate. A formal announcement is expected on Martin’s plans in the coming weeks, TVSpy has learned. He will work at WSMV through the end of the July. [TVSpy]

NBC scores with Stanley Cup opener
The Stanley Cup Finals got off to a thrilling start last night with a triple-overtime game that didn’t end until 1:06 a.m. The payoff was pretty good for NBC. The network finished first in primetime with the Chicago Blackhawks’ 4-3 victory over the Boston Bruins, which averaged a 2.4 adults 18-49 rating from 8 to 11 p.m., according to Nielsen overnights. [MediaLife]

ESPN Decision Is Latest Blow To 3D
ESPN's announcement Wednesday that it will shut down its 3D channel by the end of the year is the latest sign the format won't revolutionize entertainment as the industry once hoped. [AP/TVNewsCheck]

Is it time to quit being nice about what 'NewsHour' has become?
With the word Tuesday that "NewsHour" was shutting down offices and laying off employees, it's time to ask the question: Just how much of the this one-time PBS bedrock is actually left? [Baltimore Sun]

MTV Bows First ‘TV Everywhere’ App
MTV’s “Teen Mom,” “Teen Wolf” and other youth-skewing TV fare are now playing on mobile devices — but fans will get full access only if they’re lucky enough to have a pay TV provider currently on board with Viacom’s TV Everywhere program. [Variety]

ASCAP to Pandora: Not so fast
According to a representative from ASCAP Radio Ink spoke to last night, the Pandora purchase of a radio station may have been a waste of $600,000. ASCAP EVP of Licensing Vincent Candilora says, "The RMLC license was designed for terrestrial radio stations and groups which earned the overwhelming share of their revenues from traditional radio, not an online streaming service that buys a radio station that ranks only 255th in the U.S. market as a ploy to undercut songwriters." [Radio Ink]

The battle between Pandora and music publishers such as ASCAP and BMI just got a little more interesting and, for sure, will be heading to court. BMI has ended negotiations with Pandora and filed a lawsuit against the online music service. [Radio Ink]


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