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Belkys Nerey has great hair…

The website has released its annual list of TV personalities with the best hair.

So who has the best hair in Florida? That would be WSVN’s lead anchor Belkys Nerey.

The site says about Nerey:  “Oh, so you thought only women with long hair could when a HAIRRY, huh? Length has nothing to do with winning! It’s all about the overall look and confidence the ‘do exudes! Nerey is killing it with her slick cut.”

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07 2015

Kelley Mitchell passes away at age 58…

(edited from – In the new era of bold and bloody newscasts, anchor Kelley Mitchell was at the center of the drama.

At WSVN in the 1990s and later WPLG, Mitchell ruled the airwaves with a friendly, perfectionist manner. In working with WSVN anchor mate Rick Sanchez, she chronicled only-in-Miami moments with the gravity they deserved mixed with cheeky irreverence.

“She worked her butt off to understand the topic but would end it with a quip,” Sanchez said.
Soon Mitchell would become the story, sharing with WPLG viewers her battle with breast cancer.

Mitchell died on Sunday night at home with her husband by her side. She was 58. Read the rest of this entry →


05 2015

Kevin Ozebek to depart WSVN…

(edited from – WSVN reporter Kevin Ozebek is spending his last days in quiet Miami.

He’s quitting the Fox affiliate June 19 to move to Beirut to start a new gig as Lebanon correspondent for an Arab news network.

Ozebek joined WSVN in 2010, from Fort Myer’s WBBH.

Folks at the station will miss him. Said VP Alice Jacobs: “Kevin Ozebek is leaving the Plex. Kevin has decided to live the adventure of his dreams and move to Beirut, Lebanon to pursue journalism there.”….Cont….


04 2015

Blake Burman departs WSVN…

WSVN weekend anchor/reporter Blake Burman has been named as a new correspondent for the Fox Business channel. Burman will be based in Washington, D.C. He starts his new job on April 6.

Burman joined WSVN in 2008, from across the state at Fort Myer’s WBBH as a reporter. In 2011, Burman received a promotion, bumping him up to weekend anchor at the Miami station.


03 2015

Mike Marza/Rhiannon Ally to depart WSVN/WFOR…

WSVN anchor Mike Marza and WFOR morning anchor Rhiannon Ally are leaving the Miami TV market. The husband and wife will be headed back to Kansas City, where they both previously worked.

WSVN VP of News Alice Jacobs told that “after four years at 7 News, Mike Marza has decided to leave the station. Mike has done a wonderful job anchoring and reporting for WSVN, but he has decided to pursue another opportunity.”

The website reports that Marza has already lined up a job at one of the network stations in K.C, while Ally will find work once the two have made the move.


03 2015