Friday, February 06, 2015

Andrew Horansky to leave KHOU for Cleveland's WKYC

KHOU 11 reporter Andrew Horansky heading home to WKYC Cleveland as multimedia journalist and reporter

Andrew Horansky
Andrew Horansky
After nearly three years, KHOU 11 reporter Andrew Horansky is leaving Houston for Cleveland's NBC affiliate WKYC blogged TVSpy today.

"I’m THRILLED to be coming home," Horansky told Director's Cut. "My wife will be practicing pediatrics and we’ll be able to raise our 7-month old daughter, Juliet, closer to family now. We have relatives and friends all over the city, including parents and grandparents."

The reports say that Horanksy will be both a multimedia journalist (MMJ) and reporter at the KHOU sister station.

Horansky arrived to KHOU after working at sister station KVUE in Austin. He also worked as a freelance reporter at the NBC Newschannel in Chicago, HD News - Voom Network Television, New England Cable News and WWTV/WWUP, Cadillac, MI.

Don't worry, we are getting another reporter in return from Cleveland. Houston Chronicle sports editor Nick Mathews tweeted the paper is hiring Cleveland.com's Stephanie Kuzydym as a GA/enterprise writer for the sports section. It's a little unplanned journalistic swap action.



6 comments:

  1. I was gonna say why would someone leave Houston for Cleveland, but then I saw that he's from there and has family there. Good luck to him!

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  2. Rock n' Roll in Cleveland.

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    1. Drew Carey told me Cleveland rocks.

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  3. Not surprised he's going back home to the Buckeye State.

    KHOU-TV still a revolving door every 3-4 years!

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  4. Great reporter.Andy,good luck to you and the wife Peggy Sue. and the baby Rebecca Lee.

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  5. Yeah the stations are changing reporters left and right.

    Seems we see certain ones for a while then these new ones come along and don't see others at times.

    Do wish Andrew good luck back in his hometown and more. Sad to see the ones go we love and more.

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