A source inside West Palm Beach City Hall tells Gossip Extra that Walter is scheduled to start as the city’s communications director sometime next week.
Walter accepted the job last week after the city received more than 100 applications, including many from reporters desperate to exit from the dying local corporate media. Read the rest of this entry →
(edited from WTVJ.com) – A Miami woman accused of faking her own abduction to get back at her boyfriend was back in handcuffs Wednesday night after she attacked a WTVJ photographer and threw a rock at another TV crew.
Authorities took 20-year-old Samantha Martinez into custody after the attack, which happened a short time after she was released from jail for filing a false police report. Martinez was booked into jail, appeared in bond court and was released before attacking the NBC 6 cameraman. Everyone involved declined to press charges and she was released. (more from WTVJ…)
(edited from TVSpy.com) – The City of St. Petersburg announced on Thursday, that former WFTS weekend weather anchor and reporter Bill Logan had been named as the city’s new public works communications manager.
“Bill will help us streamline and focus our communications–but internally and externally,” said City of St. Petersburg public works administrator Claude Tankersley.
As Florida News Center reported, Logan and WFTS parted ways suddenly this past September. He had worked at WFTS since 2004 and has worked at other Tampa stations including WTVT, WTSP and The Home Shopping Network.
Jacqueline Matter has been named as the new morning co-anchor at Sarasota’s WWSB. She wrote in an Instagram post that she was “exited and honored to have the opportunity”
She comes from WNCT in Greenville, NC where she joined in 2015 after graduating the University of North Carolina. Notably, she is also Miss North Carolina International 2016.