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Dallas Sports Anchor Gina Miller Moves On From KTVT

miller_facebookGina Miller has left KTVT. A station spokesperson told TVSpy the sports anchor and reporter is no longer with the Dallas CBS owned station as of Monday.

“After working at CBS11 & TXA21 for more than eight years, I have some exciting news. I am moving on to pursue new entrepreneurial projects that I will share with you in the near future,” Miller announced on her facebook page. “I hope to return to a TV near you soon. Until then, please keep in touch.”

Miller, whose bio has been removed from the station’s website, also hosted The Fan Sports Show on digital independent channel KTXA and anchored the pre and postgame shows for the station’s Texas Rangers broadcasts on Friday nights.

On her LinkedIn page she is listed as founder & principal at That Sports Girl Media where she writes, “We offer a wide array of services but specialize in creating unique and compelling multi-media content for companies, healthcare providers, professional sports teams and firms. Our goal is to grow your brand, engage your core consumer and help your story resonate in a crowded marketplace.”

She came to KTVT in 2005 after working at rival ABC station WFAA for three years.

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