Monday's Stories (07/13/2020)

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I’M SORRY… WHAT!?

Today, in our feature entitled “Stop writing memos after you’ve clearly taken multiple Ambien,” according to OhioValleyResource.org, a west Kentucky television station manager told his employees they need his permission before getting tested for ...

SHE REALLY DOESN’T KNOW?

Different reporters prepare for interviews in different ways.  Some craft and draft  questions in the exact way they want them offered.  Some like to hit prepared bullet points.  Others feel confident after enough research ...

SWAIM’S NEW HOME 

Chris Swaim kept his plans quiet when he announced he was leaving his gig as weekend meteorologist at Milwaukee’s WISN-TV (Channel 12) June 27. “It is a great opportunity and I am really looking ...

OUTTA HERE

Elise Jesse, a sports anchor at WLWT-TV News 5 since 2013, announced Thursday via Twitter that she’s leaving the station and her hometown of Cincinnati. Jesse is married to former University of Cincinnati Bearcats ...

TUCK VS. DUCK

On the one hand, Tucker Carlson is on a high, recently coming off his highest ratings of all-time.  So, PR-wise, how could it be one of the worst weeks ever in the short history ...

SPOTLIGHT ON BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES

According to RobertFeder.com, Terrell Brown, morning news anchor at WLS-Channel 7, will devote a segment of the ABC-owned station’s 11 a.m. newscast every day next week to a series of live interviews with Black-owned business owners in the ...

GOODBYE SEATTLE

Margaret Larson, the longtime television journalist and the host of KING 5’s “New Day Northwest” daytime talk show, will retire at the end of July.  “I want to thank you very much for the ...