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Meet AquaFOX, the St. Louis FOX Station’s News Boat


With all the talk about covering news with airborne drones, St. Louis FOX affiliate KTVI has decided to swim against the tide by showing off its news boat.

yesterday, the station revealed AquaFOX, an Axis A24 wrapped in station branding.

KTVI news director Audrey Prywitch reminded TVSpy while St. Louis is in the middle of the country it is on the Mississippi River, and surrounded by many other rivers and lakes. She said possible stories to use the boat include flooding, predatory fish invading local rivers and lakes, drinking and boating stories and even a river view of the fireworks on July 4th.

In case you think the boat will be trolling lakes and rivers 24 hours a day, Prywitch said the station will call Stateamind Water Sports, the boating company they’ve partnered with, at least 24 hours ahead of time to ready the boat for use.

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Jamie Allman Joins KTVI as Political Contributor

Conservative radio host Jamie Allman is joining St. Louis Fox affiliate KTVI as a political contributor, the station has announced.

Allman was an investigative and political reporter at rival KMOV, the CBS affiliate, for 14 years. For the past nine years, he has been a morning radio host in the St. Louis area.

“Jamie will be an excellent addition to our political team coverage,” news director Audrey Prywitch said in a statement. “Fair and balanced means offering a platform for all views.”

At KTVI, Allman will provide analysis and discuss topical issues for locally-produced election specials.