- Mark Joyella, a CNN digital producer for “Erin Burnett OutFront,” is returning to local television. Beginning in June, he will be the weekend morning anchor for WFTV in Orlando, TVSpy reports.
- Fox Business Network’s Sandra Smith tells Alister & Paine how she keeps the audience interested. “Business anchors need to avoid jargon,” she said. “People don’t want to be talked down to.”
- Bobby Brown gave his first interview since Whitney Houston‘s death to NBC’s Matt Lauer. “‘I’m not the reason she’s gone,” Brown tells Lauer. The interview airs Wednesday and Thursday on “Today.”
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Steve Krakauer, (far right in the pantheon of TVNewser editors, sans Stelter who showed up after this picture was taken) is leaving the media beat and joining CNN as digital producer for Piers Morgan‘s new show.
In a 4-part Tweet, Krakauer thanked Abrams and the Mediaite team, writing that he is “thrilled to start working for Piers, @JonathanWald and CNN.”
And these job moves further prove the theory that there are about two degrees of separation in TV news: not only did I work with Krakauer here at mediabistro, but I was Joyella’s producer when we both worked at WFTS-TV in Tampa/St. Pete. Oh, and Abrams was my boss at MSNBC for a while.
CNN’s press release on Krakauer after the jump…
Earlier this week, 70% of you said you were watching “more” cable news than you did in 2004. So will all that time spend in front of TV news, are you ready to get involved?
Well, we can help. Beginning Monday, mediabistro.com is offering a four week online class on TV News reporting. Learn “story structure, writing for TV, the art of the interview, and mastering the liveshot.”
The class is taught by Mark Joyella, an Emmy-winning reporter from WPLG in Miami, and formerly of WNYW in New York City.
Click here to check it out.