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John Bachman fake smokes on WJAX…

(edited/pic from TVSpy.com) – During last night’s 6 p.m. newscast on Jacksonville’s WJAX, anchor John Bachman may have let viewers see what he thought about a man who punched a swan.

While co-anchor Tenikka Hughes was reading the story, the control room took Bachman’s camera revealing Bachman doing the international symbol for ‘I’m smoking a joint.’

News director Bob Longo told TVSpy, “It was wrong, unprofessional and disrespectful of our viewers and our co-workers here at Action News Jax.”….Cont….

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06 2016

Josh Thomas departs WFLA…

(edited from TVSpy.com) – WFLA reporter Josh Thomas no longer works at the Tampa station.

Thomas, who went from being weekend anchor to reporter last year, has been gone from the station for a couple of weeks. There’s no word why he left or where he’s going.

His move off the anchor desk, as reported by Florida News Center, along with morning anchor Rod Carter being replaced by Eugene Ramirez, was questioned by the Tampa Association of Black Journalists Read the rest of this entry →

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06 2016

John Brown departs, Erick Webber joins WOFL…

(edited from OrlandoSentinel.com) – With a group hug, the staff at Orlando’s WOFL on Friday said farewell to morning anchor John Brown (right #1) after five years. He will return to St. Louis after a death in the family and go back to his former station, he told viewers.

Erick Weber (right #2), a former morning anchor at Orlando’s WKMG, will replace John Brown on the morning shift at WOFL. He starts next Wednesday.

Most recently, Weber was morning anchor for Charlotte, NC’s WJZY-TV. Before that, he was morning news anchor for NECN/NBC in Boston. Read the rest of this entry →

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06 2016

More noticias on WSCV…

(edited from TVNewsCheck.com) – The Telemundo Station Group today announced an expansion of its local news programming, unveiling plans to launch a new 30-minute newscast that will air weekdays at 5 p.m. ET beginning Monday, Sept. 26, at 14 of its owned stations.

The stations that will the new half-hour newscast are in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, San Francisco, San Antonio, Phoenix, Tuscon, Brownsville, Denver, Philadelphia, and Las Vegas.…Cont….

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06 2016

Carmel Cafiero to retire from WSVN, TV….

(from Sun-Sentinel.com)Carmel Cafiero, the tenacious investigative reporter at WSVN-Ch. 7, is retiring from the station after 43 years. Her last day at the station is June 30.

Cafiero said retirement is “kind of a scary thing … I am really happy about it, and I am really sad about it, and I am looking forward it and I am not sure about it. It’s a full basket of emotions.”

The New Orleans native was the first and only female reporter at WSVN when she began in 1973. She had previously worked at WAFB-TV in Baton Rouge. Read the rest of this entry →

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06 2016