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After Just Four Months As News Director, John Soares Leaving KWCH - Posted January 23, 2013
Just four months after joining KWCH, news director John Soares is leaving the Wichita CBS affiliate. "I met with my newsroom staff on Monday to let them know that I am remaining with the station th... [TVSpy]

Veteran CNN Producer Named KTUU News Director - Posted March 27, 2012
Tracy Sabo, a 19-year veteran of CNN, has been named news director at KTUU, the Anchorage NBC-affiliate announced this week. Most recently based in Dallas, Sabo produced both domestic and interna... [TVSpy]

Longtime KARE ND Tom Lindner Lands at KTUU - Posted September 9, 2011
Tom Lindner, who was let go by KARE in April after 15 years as the station's VP of Ne... [SocialTimes.com]

KARE Bids Farewell to Tom Lindner During 10 p.m. Newscast - Posted April 22, 2011
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RTDNA Announces 2011 Murrow Award Winners - Posted April 21, 2011
RTDNA has officially announced the winners of the 2011 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award. KUSA... [TVSpy]

Longtime Anchor Kim Insley Thanks Tom Lindner in KARE Blog Post - Posted April 21, 2011
In a new blog post on KARE's website, veteran anchor Kim Insley bids a heartfelt farewell to longti... [TVSpy]

Tom Lindner Leaving KARE After 19 Years - Posted April 20, 2011
After 19 years with KARE-TV the last 15 as VP of News, Tom Lindner is leaving the Gannett-owned station. The announcement came during an all-hands newsroom meeting late today. Lindner told the Star-Tribune ... [SocialTimes.com]

Minnesota Supreme Court Issues Test Period for Cameras in the Courtroom - Posted March 25, 2011
The Minnesota Supreme Court has instituted a two-year test period to examine the use of cameras in the courtroom. While the high court struck down a petition by several local news organizations to revise the state's restrictions on recording devices in district courts for criminal cases, the test period, which... [TVSpy]

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