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On the Move, 12/25/14

Melissa Etezadi joins KNBC in Los Angeles as a freelance reporter. Most recently, she was a reporter for WKYT in Lexington, Kentucky.

Justin Finch joins KYW in Philadelphia as a reporter. For the last three years he reported for WTVJ in Miami.

Gabriel Roxas moves to a top 5 market and joins KTVT in Dallas as a reporter. For the last two years, Gabriel has been a reporter at KXTV in Sacramento.

Julie Loncich joins WBZ in Boston as a staff reporter. She was freelance reporting for WCVB in Boston.

Grace White returns to her hometown of Houston and joins KHOU as a reporter. Previously, she was a weekend anchor and reporter for KABB-WOAI in San Antonio.

Jason Colthorp joins WDIV in Detroit as a fill-in anchor and general assignment reporter. He worked at WILX in Lansing for fifteen years, most recently as anchor.

Amanda Grace joins Gannett’s KING in Seattle as an anchor and reporter.  Previously, she was an anchor and reporter for WHDH in Boston.

Kelly Franson becomes the morning and evening meteorologist for KIRO in Seattle.  She has been a meteorologist with WBTV in Charlotte since 2007.

Morgan Palmer is promoted to the weekday morning meteorologist at KIRO in Seattle.  Morgan joined KIRO as the weekend meteorologist in 2012.

Cayle Thompson becomes an anchor and reporter for KOMO in Seattle.  Previously, he was an anchor and reporter for WINK in Ft. Myers. Read more

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Fox Business Simulcasts WNYW Hurricane Coverage

Fox Business Network will continue to simulcast hurricane coverage from WNYW, the Fox owned-and-operated station in New York, until 8 p.m. tonight.

FBN has been carrying the WNYW feed, anchored by Rosanna Scotto and Steve Lacy, since 6 a.m. this morning. The continuing coverage has featured reporting from around New York, where the storm was largely not as damaging as expected, and from sister station WWOR in New Jersey.

Fox Business will take over with their own coverage at 8 p.m. tonight, with Cheryl Casone anchoring coverage of the Asian markets opening.