Tony Pipitone

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Tony Pipitone Leaving Orlando for Miami - Posted February 12, 2014
The Orlando Sentinel reports Tony Pipitone is leaving ... [TVSpy]

'Not Guilty' Verdict in Zimmerman Trial: Orlando Stations Ready for Coverage - Posted July 13, 2013
Orlando Stations were ready to go once word of a verdict in the George Zimmerman trial came. All four stations broke into regular Saturday night programming to bring viewers a live feed of the jury's verdict. CBS affiliate WKMG was first on-air at 9:... [TVSpy]

WKMG Banned from Zimmerman Courtroom - Posted July 12, 2013
WKMG viewers who were wondering where the CBS affiliate's ... [TVSpy]

WKMG Reports on 'Uncovered Evidence' in Casey Anthony Trial - Posted November 21, 2012
Orlando CBS affiliate WKMG presented its much-hyped report of "uncovered evidence" in the case against Casey Anthony Tuesday night. The piece was reported by To... [TVSpy]

Jose Baez: WFTV is 'the Worst Tabloid Channel' - Posted July 5, 2012
Today is the one-year anniversary of Casey Anthony's acquittal in the death of her daughter, Caylee. Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, has just release... [TVSpy]

2 Months After Conclusion of Casey Anthony Trial, WKMG's Tony Pipitone Talks About Media Frenzy - Posted September 14, 2011
WKMG reporter Tony Pipitone, who is a veteran crime reporter at the Orlando CBS affiliate, took an interesting look back at the media... [TVSpy]

WKMG Scores Ratings Win by Sticking with Casey Anthony Trial Even After It Was Postponed - Posted June 22, 2011
Here's what Orlando stations learned this week: even when the Casey Anthony trial isn't in session, you should still carry daytime coverage of the case. The high-profile trial ended early on Monday so most stations switched from live coverage to regularly scheduled programming. Except for CBS-affili... [TVSpy]