Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Katherine Whaley's top 5, KPRC 2 Africa, plus way more


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KDMX Names EJ For MD/Night Duties
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James Aitken Named GM OF KDAF Dallas
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Cumulus Appoints Tom Schurr As SVP/Operations
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#6 Houston-Galveston TX
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Yoga helps anchorwoman Gina Gaston stay focused with busy schedule
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Nefertiti Jaquez Out at WCAU
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My Top 5: KTRK anchor Katherine Whaley
KTRK-TV ABC-13 traffic anchor Katherine Whaley shares some of her favorites inside and outside the Loop.

Houston on the Cheap — with Amy Davis
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Wayne Dolcefino – A public discussion on public corruption
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KPRC 2's Andy Cerota heads to Africa to see how Houstonians are saving gorillas
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2014-2015 Texas Associated Press Broadcasters winners
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KARE 11 News Sunrise welcomes new anchor
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A true American hero takes on radio
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Houston Public Media’s Andrew Schneider selected for a prestigious fellowship in Germany
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Going batty in El Paso
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Lubbock TX Radio: Alpha To Acquire Four From Wilks
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Texas, vast Texas, aims to set a new standard in statewide public media news
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MOVING

Sonia Azad exits channel 13
Reporter Sonia Azad leaves KTRK abc13 after nearly six years.

Former News 92 web manager Kristy Gillentine moves to Drive West Communications.

Former Fox 26 KRIV sports producer Scotty Spiegel has joined KPRC in the same position. He worked at FOX for two years. Before that he worked at KHOU for almost three years.

KING OF THE MORNING: KTRK abc13 morning TV producer Michael King moved to the web side of the station.

REMEMBERING

Shane Media CEO Ed Shane Has Passed Away
Everyone at ALL ACCESS is deeply saddened to report the passing of SHANE MEDIA CEO ED SHANE, following a short battle with colon cancer.

Jack Woods, half of KLIF’s beloved ’60s morning show ‘Charlie & Harrigan,’ has died at 80
For a few years, beginning in 1962, Woods and Chapman were known to Dallas radio audiences as “Charlie & Harrigan,” stars at KLIF-AM (1190) when Gordon McLendon’s pop station reigned as Dallas’ most popular.

James Gates
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
- KTRK abc13's Rebecca Spera gets hitched
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- PICS: Don Nelson's retirement party


1 comment:

  1. Dave Ward has one more year left to do the 6pm news before his retirement next year, Ilona Carson has one more year left to do the 4pm news before she moves to 6 and 10pm next year. (but still will continue to do the 6:30pm news), KTRK will have to find a replacement to do the 4pm news next year.

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