Posts Tagged ‘WJXT’
Sources tell Florida News Center that Jacksonville’s independent WJXT has lost and gained several personalities as of late.
Reporter Elizabeth Cate (right#1) has moved across the panhandle to Tallahassee. She is the new Press Secretary for the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association. A little factoid…she is the daughter of primary WFLA (Tampa) anchor Keith Cate.
Emily Turner (left #1) is headed west to Tuscon, Arizona. She joins KOLD-TV/KMSB-TV as a reporter.
Jason Law (right#2) has joined Cincinnati’s WCPO-TV. He is the station’s new investigative reporter.
Alicia Booth (left #2) has joined WJXT as a reporter. She comes from Cleveland’s WEWS-TV where she was the station’s health reporter.
(edited from WJXT.com) – Police arrested WJXT chief engineer James Lowery on Sunday night. The 6o-year old was arrested on charges of trespassing, disorderly intoxication and resisting arrest after an incident at his neighbor’s house.
According to the arrest report, a 15-year-old girl told her father a man was looking in the window of their home on Forest Stump Lane.
The report says the father went outside and found Lowery, kneeling against their house and looking in the window. The father stopped the man when he tried to run….Cont….
(from WJXT.com) - In morning news, Channel 4 at 5 a.m. is No. 1 in the time period with a 3.1 household rating beating WTLV (2.4 HH rating). Channel 4 at 6 a.m. is up 30 percent year-to-year as the only station in the market with growth in the time period, and is No. 1 in household ratings in the 6-7a a.m. time period, garnering a 6.0 household rating and an 18 share (compared to WTLV 4.3 RTG/13 SHR and WTEV 1.2 RTG/4 SHR).
The Morning Show (7-9 a.m.), anchored by Staci Spanos, Bruce Hamilton and Richard Nunn, is No. 1 in the time period with a 6.1 HH rating and a 17 share beating out all other newscasts including the national broadcasts of NBC’s Today Show on WTLV (4.2 RTG/12 SHR) and ABC’s Good Morning America on WJXX (1.3 RTG/4 SHR). This marks the 11th straight month of wins in the 7-9 a.m. time period….Cont….
Florida News Center has been on vacation for the past ten days….here is some of what we missed…