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On the Move, 12/28/10

Shirley Chan is the new weekend morning anchor/reporter at WVIT in Hartford.

Jim Armstrong has become a reporter at WBZ in Boston.

Meteorologist Eric Fisher joins The Weather Channel as a reporter and anchor from WGGB in Springfield.

Gus Rosendale has signed with KSTP in Minneapolis as an anchor after a stint at WPTZ in Plattsburgh, NY.

Keba Arnold moved back to the West Coast and has assumed duties as morning co-anchor at KXTV in Sacramento.

Robin Taylor has joined Pittsburgh’s WPXI as their consumer reporter.

Brynn Gingras moved from Columbia, MO to her hometown of Hartford and has joined WVIT as a morning reporter.

Kerry McNally signed a new deal to be a feature/special projects reporter at WCCO in the Twin Cities.

Doug Currin has become the main anchor at KCEN in Waco, TX. He was formerly at WBRE in Scranton, PA.

John Schriffen signed with WRC, NBC’s O&O in Washington, DC, after spending two years at News 12 The Bronx.

Ben Eisler has signed on to become a reporter for WJLA in Washington, DC.

Amber Wilson joins Sportsnet New York as the new co-host of “Beer Money.”

Michael Herzenberg moves from Albuquerque to New York to work for CBS Newspath.

All of these local TV newsers are represented by the talent representation firm Headline Media Management.

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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