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On the Move, 7/31/12

Alex Miranda moves from KGUN in Tucson to CBS, where he has been named host of the primetime reality dating show “3.”

WNBC general assignment reporter Katy Tur joins NBC News as a New York-based correspondent.

Carolina Sarassa is named a Los Angeles-based correspondent at MundoFox, News Corporation’s Spanish-language channel. She was most recently an anchor at KINC, the Univision station in Las Vegas.

Dave Malkoff moves from KTLA in Los Angeles to Atlanta, where he joins The Weather Channel as a special correspondent.

ESPN anchor Ducis Rodgers is joining WPVI in Philadelphia, where he will be the primary sports anchor.

Liam Martin returns to his hometown of Boston as he signs on to WCVB as a freelance reporter. Previously, Martin was a weekend anchor at WILX in Lansing.

Greg Argos joins KPHO in Phoenix as a reporter. He previously worked in the same role at WCNC in Charlotte.

Boris Sanchez jumps 115 markets to join KDVR in Denver, where he will be a weekend anchor and reporter. Previously, he was a weekend anchor at KRCR in Redding, CA.

Katie Ussin moves from Billings, MT to Dayton, OH as she joins WDTN as primary anchor. Previously, Ussin worked at KULR.

Rebecca Shlien, a weekend anchor and reporter for WAAY in Huntsville, joins KTVI in St. Louis as a reporter and fill-in anchor.

Stephania Jimenez joins WVIT in New Haven as a freelance reporter. She previously was an anchor and reporter for KTSM in El Paso.

Dave Hall, the weekday morning anchor at KVVU in Las Vegas, joins KCTV in Kansas City, where he will also anchor the morning newscast.

After anchoring for seven years at WOFL in Orlando, Cale Ramaker joins KLAS in Las Vegas as morning anchor.

Lauren Rozyla has joined KLAS in Las Vegas as a reporter. She was previously the weekend anchor and reporter for KFOX in El Paso.

Journalists in this post are represented by Napoli Management Group.

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