Coming to CBS-owned KTVT in Dallas is Brooke Katz as the station’s new weekend evening anchor.
She will also report and be a fill-in anchor for KTVT.
She most recently anchored and reported for Charlotte, NC’s WCNC, a Tegna station.
Gone from KTVT is reporter Yona Gavino.
She joined the station as an early-morning report back in June 2016.
She came to Dallas from WTMJ in Milwaukee, WI.
Coming home is Chicago-area native Chris Tye, who will be working at CBS-owned WBBM as a reporter, starting next month.
Until earlier this year, Tye spent 15 years as a reporter and fill-in news anchor at WKYC, the NBC affiliate in Cleveland.
He previously worked for stations in Traverse City and Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Gone from the MSNBC Saturday evening line-up after an excruciating 13 weeks is Donny Deutsch.
We’re told by the MSNBC suits that it was a planned exit from the get-go, and that “Saturday Night Politics with Donny Deutsch” was ALWAYS supposed to be just a limited-run summer series.
The program averaged just over 800,000 viewers, and the program has been described as an experiment until the front office at MSNBC can make up its mind about what it wants to do on weekends.
James Parish is the newest member of the weather staff at Gray’s WMTV in Madison, WI.
He came to the station after three years at sister station KSLA in Shreveport, LA.
Prior to that he worked in Wichita Fall, TX. and is now a little closer to his hometown of Akron, OH.
With Gayle King off this week, María Elena Salinas will take on the fill-in role on “CBS This Morning” today through Wednesday.
Salinas debuted in August as a CBS contributor after many years as a popular Univision anchor