Posts Tagged ‘wtvt’

A tweet gets WTVT in hot water….

(story edited/pic from TVSpy.com) - WTVT, the Fox-owned station in Tampa, deleted a tweet about the departure of Tampa Bay Rays pitcher David Price for Detroit. The tweet, which mocked Detroit as an urban ruin compared to Tampa Bay’s beautiful beaches, was roundly knocked.

Yahoo Sports writer David Brown described the effort at comedy as “shameful” and “not original or funny, just mean-spirited and misleading”   .…Cont….

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08 2014

It’s the dog days of summer at WTVT…

Check out this cute video from WTVT, as the “Good Day” AM crew shows off their best friends.

Yes, indeed these are the dog days of summer…..

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07 2014

Anne Dwyer to retire from WTVT…

(from WTVT.com) – She’s been part of our mornings for decades, but after nearly 30 years with FOX 13, Anne Dwyer has announced her retirement.

“It was not an easy decision,” Dwyer said Friday morning on Good Day Tampa Bay. “It’s time for me to sleep in, get some much needed rest, and tackle the numerous home improvement projects I have put off way too long.”

Anne was anchoring the morning news back when Ernie Lee was still playing his guitar on WTVT’s morning show. She joined WTVT back in 1986 after getting her start in her home state of Illinois….Cont….

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05 2014

John Wilson to retire from WTVT…

After 50 years in television, WTVT anchor John Wilson (right #1) announced that he is retiring from the Tampa station. He will remain on the station until November.

John Wilson joined WTVT in 1993. Before WTVT, Wilson anchored across the Bay for 12 years at WTSP.

It is expected that his son, fellow anchor Mark Wilson (right #2) will take over for dad after his retirement.

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05 2014

WTVT meteorologist sets a selfish viewer straight…

Check out the video below, as WTVT meteorologist Paul Dellegatto describes his conversation with an irate viewer, about cutting into the syndicated “Judy Judy” for a possible tornado alert.

Kudos to Pauly D for calling that selfish viewer out! Just because severe weather is not over your roof today, does not mean that it will not be there tomorrow.

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05 2014