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On the Move, 2/17/12

James Koh joins Los Angeles Fox O&O KTTV as a reporter. He leaves KSWB in San Diego where he was an MMJ.

Elyce Kirchner has been promoted to investigative reporter at KNTV in San Francisco, joining the NBC Bay Area investigative team as the Travel and Safety Beat Reporter. Kirchner has been working as a freelance reporter at the station for the past year.

Raul Martinez will join KDVR in Denver at the end of March as a weekend sports anchor and reporter. He leaves KVIA in El Paso where he has been the sports director for the past six years.

Mark Meredith jumps 85 markets to join KDVR in Denver as a general assignment reporter.  For the last two years, Meredith has been an MMJ at WMBF in Myrtle Beach.

Anne McCloy is set to join WSMV in Nashville as a reporter.  The move is a jump of over 100 markets from her current position as morning anchor and MMJ at KOBI in Medford, OR.

Michael Garofalo has joined WOAI in San Antonio as morning anchor.  Most recently, Garofalo was an anchor at WKMG in Orlando.

Erin Guy has been promoted to weekend anchor, just a few months after arriving at WPBF in West Palm Beach as a reporter.  Prior to this, Guy was a reporter at Hearst sister station KOCO in Oklahoma City.

Patranya Bhoolsuwan has been promoted to Sunday morning anchor at KLAS in Las Vegas.  Bhoolsuwan began at the station last year as a reporter.

Paul Cicala has been promoted to sports director at KVIA in El Paso, from weekend sports anchor.

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.

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