The day after Christmas last year, we wrote about Kendall Herold, then a reporter for Cincinnati ABC affiliate WCPO, who was arrested for a DUI. Herold left the station a few months after her arrest and has been laying low ever since.
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With just three weeks to go until Election Day, a new NBC News report finds that political ad spending has reached $807 million so far across radio and television, including local, national cable and broadcast networks. According to NBC, that number is projected to reach $1 billion this year.
The most money has been spent in the battleground states of Florida, Ohio and Virginia. The report breaks down the top ten markets in the country for this week based on the number of ads run. Green Bay tops the list, with Denver in second and Cincinnati and Columbus in third and fourth, respectively.
See the full list after the jump. Read more
Owen, who led the news effort for the Cincinnati NBC affiliate, came to the station three years ago from KXTV in Sacramento. Cincinnati.com said that Owen’s main goal was to stop the high turnover rate at the station,
“She’s done a great job for us. She’s been a great manager. She’s really smart and a great competitor,” says General Manager Richard Dyer.
Owen plans to stay at WLWT until one day after the election. Her last day will be November 7.
>Update: Stacy told TVSpy, “I am proud of my team at WLWT and what we are accomplishing here, and at the same time excited about building a winning team at KNBC. I have long respected [news director] Todd Mokhtari for both his news sense and management style, and the opportunity to work with him and [general manager] Steve Carlston was one I could not pass up. At the same time, it’s a new challenge for me, and a homecoming to L.A., where I grew up. The best of both worlds.”
“Tim has been on an extended personal leave. He will back to also doing the weather at 11 p.m. by week’s end.