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Readers of this website in the Tampa market have noticed one local news personality missing from their screens lately. WFTS chief meteorologist Denis Phillips has been off of the air at the station for several weeks now.
Insiders tell Florida News Center that Phillips had taken a vacation from the station for the holidays and was due back on the air on Monday January 5th. However, the day before he burned his hand on a lawn mower will mowing his yard. Read the rest of this entry →
UPDATE: 01/05/15 - Sources tell Florida News Center that WFTS has temporarily extended Wayne Shattuck’s contract until May 31′st. The veteran meteorologist will continue to stay on with the station until a replacement can be found.
12/03/14 – Sources tell Florida News Center that weekend and morning meteorologist Wayne Shattuck is leaving Tampa’s WFTS.
The official word is that Shattuck is retiring at the end of the year from the station. However, sources tell Florida News Center that the “retirement” is not voluntary and that Shattuck is being forced out.
Investigative reporter Doug Smith has left Tampa’s WTVT, and television news all together. He is leaving TV news to work for a company that makes environmentally friendly spray on chrome. His last day was Wednesday Dec. 31′st.
Smith joined WTVT in 2003 and has served as the station’s investigative reporter since. During his tenure at WTVT, he and his investigative team have won three regional emmys, ad Edward R. Murrow award and a duPont-Columbia University Silver Baton. Read the rest of this entry →
(from WFTS Press Release) – WFTS has named Matt Brown news director for the Tampa Bay area multimedia news provider. Brown joins the ABC Action News team from KSHB-TV, the Scripps owned television station in Kansas City.
Brown brings nearly 20 years of successful newsroom experience to the Bay area. He has held key leadership positions in news operations around the country, including stations in Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Kansas. Read the rest of this entry →