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On the Move, 5/22/12

Reporter Rochelle Ritchie is joining CBS O&O WJZ in Baltimore, from WPTV in West Palm Beach, FL.

Rob Collins has been named weekend anchor at WDAF in Kansas City.  For the past several years, Collins has anchored the morning news for WCIA in Champaign, IL.

Rosa Flores is leaving her reporter post at WDSU in New Orleans to become a 4 p.m. anchor and reporter at WBRZ in Baton Rouge.

Jennifer French is moving up 100+ markets from her weekend anchor-reporter position at KTEN in Denison, TX to become a multimedia reporter at WSYX in Columbus, OH.

Mark Schnyder is moving to Dallas, where he’ll work as a reporter for KXAS.  Most recently, Schnyder was a reporter at KMOV in St. Louis.

Mark Boyle is becoming the primary anchor at KNOE in Monroe, LA, from weekend morning anchor and reporter at KCTV in Kansas City.

Reporter Alice Barr moves to KCTV in Kansas City from KGAN in Cedar Rapids, IA.

Gary Cooper is joining KENS in his hometown of San Antonio as a multimedia reporter, from KTBS in Shreveport, LA.

Weekend anchor Lauren Matter is promoted to morning anchor at KSPR in Springfield, MO.

Reporter Alex Villarreal is moving to Fox O&O KTBC in Austin, from KBTX in Bryan, TX.

Shawn Kline is joining WSYX in Columbus, OH as a multimedia reporter, after working as a reporter at KATC in Lafayette, LA.

Reporter Patricia Santos is joining KJRH in Tulsa, OK, from WTXL in Tallahassee.

Tara Morgan is leaving WWBT in Richmond, VA to become a reporter at WSYX in Columbus, OH.

All of these journalists are represented by The NWT Group, No Whining Talent.

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

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