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On the Move 9/6/12

Kelly O’Connell joins KCPQ in Seattle as early morning co-anchor.  Previously she was an anchor/reporter for KGAN in Cedar Rapids, IA.

Mike Brooks moves to afternoon and evening anchor at KOKH.  Mike moves back to his hometown from WFTX in Ft. Myers, FL.

Summer Knowles joins WFOR in Miami as a reporter.  She was an anchor/reporter for KSLA, Shreveport, LA.

Adam Aaro jumps 161 markets to Weekend Anchor/Reporter at WSYX, Columbus, OH from anchor at KTVZ Bend, OR.

Ashley Ketz is joining KOLR in Springfield, MO as the main anchor.  Previously, she was at KFSM, Ft Smith, AR.

Aaron Nolan is moving to Springfield, MO as the 9pm anchor at KOZL.  He was at KFTA in Fayetteville, AR where he was a reporter/fill in anchor.

John Paul is joining KHBS in Ft Smith, AR as weekend morning anchor.  He comes from WSBT in South Bend, IN.

Briana Conner jumps to WPSD in Paducah, KY as weekend anchor.  Previously, he worked for KAVU in Victoria, TX.

Marissa Torres moves from KOB in Albuquerque, NM to morning anchor at KOAA in Colorado Springs.

Arlene Borenstein will be reporting for NY1 in New York.  She comes from WRC’s NBC Washington Nonstop as a content producer/multimedia journalist.

Emily Rittman heads back to her hometown of Kansas City to report at KCTV.   Previously, she worked at KSPR in Springfield, MO.

Tracy Clemons joins KSDK in St. Louis as reporter/MMJ.  She was reporter/multimedia journalist at KSLA in Shreveport, LA.

Karl Man joins WPEC in West Palm Beach as a reporter/MMJ.  Karl was at KWCH in Wichita, KS.

Nicole Grigg is now a multimedia journalist at WKEF in Dayton, OH. She moves from KULR in Billings, MT.

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

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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