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Tracey Rogers Named GM of WMC in Memphis - Posted February 13, 2014
Tracey Rogers has been named vice president and general manager of WMC, Raycom's NBC affiliate in Memphis, ... [TVSpy]

Sportscaster Sharief Ishaq Joins WDSU - Posted August 20, 2013
Sharief Ishaq has joined WDSU as a sports anchor and reporter. He will debut on the New Orleans NBC affiliate later this week. "Sharief has spent his entire life in Louisiana, following the team... [TVSpy]

Former WAFB Reporter Allen Tumey Dies - Posted March 26, 2013
Allen Tumey, who retired in 2011 after 11 years at WAFB in Baton Rouge, died Monday. He was 70. During his time at the CBS affiliate, Tumey was a feature reporter who hosted a regular segment ... [TVSpy]

Jeanne Burns Named Primary Anchor at WVLA - Posted July 26, 2012
Jeanne Burns is joining WVLA, the NBC-affiliate in Baton Rouge, as the evening anchor. It is a return to WVLA for Burns, who began her career there as anchor of the morning news breaks ... [TVSpy]

After 24 Years at WAFB, George Sells Will Retire - Posted May 22, 2012
George Sells, the longtime evening news anchor at WAFB in Baton Rouge, will retire on May 31. "I always knew this day would come, and I'm sad but I'm happy, too," ... [TVSpy]

WAFB Adding Extra Half-Hour of Morning News - Posted August 30, 2011
WAFB is preparing to start its mornings a little earlier. The Baton Rouge CBS-affiliate announced this week that it would soon launch an expanded block of morning news with a 4:30 a.m. start time. Beginning September 12th, the station will air a half-hour ... [TVSpy]

Battling Early Stages of Alzheimer's, Longtime WAFB Anchor-Reporter Paul Gates Announces Retirement - Posted June 1, 2011
Longtime WAFB anchor and investigative reporter Paul Gates announced to viewers this week that he is battling the early stages of Alzheimer's Disease, and as a result he will be retiring af... [SocialTimes.com]

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