Kelly Cobiella

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Miguel Marquez Leaving ABC News - Posted November 15, 2011
Miguel Marquez has parted ways with ABC News, TVNewser has learned. An ABC spokesperson confirmed the departure saying "Miguel is an incredibly talented journalist and we wish him all the best." Marquez has been ABC's London correspondent f... [TVNewser]

Kelly Cobiella and Bazi Kanani Join ABC News - Posted November 7, 2011
ABC News is on a talent hiring spree. In addition to two local news anchors from Chicago set to join the network, ABC News president Ben Sherwood... [TVNewser]

Kelly Cobiella Leaves CBS ... and the U.S. - Posted October 4, 2011
CBS News correspondent Kelly Cobiella has gone and gotten married and she's relocated to England, from where her husband hails. Cobiella, a former anchor/reporter at WPLG in Miami, had been working out of South Florida and before that, New York, ... [TVNewser]

In Oil Spill Coverage, Reporters See Their Profiles Raised - Posted July 12, 2010
The New York Times' Brian Stelter writes about television news reporters and contributors getting more airtime due to the ongoing Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Stelter discusses CNN contributors ... [TVNewser]

TVNewsers Heading To Haiti - Posted January 13, 2010
Continually Updated: We'll update this post as we hear more about who is heading to Hispaniola, either the Dominican Republic or Haiti (if the airport is reopened) to cover yesterday's 7.0 earthquake. CBS' Katie Couric NBC's ... [TVNewser]

The ABC's of Hurricane Season - Posted August 17, 2009
Over a 36-hour period this weekend the first three named storms of the 2009 hurricane season formed -- Ana, Bill and Claudette. It was the third storm, Claudette, that was first to make landfall just after midnight. ABC sent Jeffrey Kofman to the Florida panhandle for coverage, The Today show used... [TVNewser]

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