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On the Move, 11/9/11

Amanda Grace has been promoted to anchor of WHDH’s weeknight 4, 4:30, and 5 p.m. newscasts.  Grace joined the Sunbeam-owned station in 2008 as a general assignment reporter.

Chris Flanagan heads to Cleveland to anchor WEWS’s 11 p.m. weeknight newscasts.  Flanagan joins WEWS from WFAA in Dallas, where he worked as a morning anchor.

Alicia Roberts joins Cleveland’s WEWS as the morning traffic anchor and MMJ.  Roberts spent five years in a similar capacity at WFLA in Tampa.

Ama Daetz moves home to the Bay Area to anchor weekends for KGO in San Francisco.  Most recently, Daetz anchored mornings for KTXL in Sacramento.

Meredith McDonough has been promoted within the Hearst Television Group to weekend anchor and reporter for WESH in Orlando. She leaves WPBF in West Palm Beach, where she was also an anchor and reporter.

Sherri Ly has been promoted to investigative reporter at WTTG in Washington, DC.  Ly has worked as a general assignment reporter there for the past nine years.

Tom Roussey joins WJLA in Washington, DC as a general assignment reporter.  He leaves WBTV in Charlotte, where he was a reporter and fill-in anchor.

Larry Seward joins KHOU in Houston as a general assignment reporter.  Prior to joining the Belo-owned station, Seward reported for KSHB in Kansas City.

Rich DeMuro, who currently covers technology for KTLA’s morning show, will co-host “All Access Live,” Spike TV’s coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The journalists in this post are represented by Mendes J. Napoli, Laurie Jacoby, David Ahrendts, Jean Sage, Sue McInerney, Liz Sherwin, Liz Hart, and Al Corral of Napoli Management Group.

If you would like to report a new move, send an email to tvspy@mediabistro.com with the subject line “On the Move.”

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