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WHNS Adds Afternoon Newscast

WHNSGreenville, SC, FOX affiliate WHNS has added a 4:00 p.m. newscast.

The show will be anchored by Diana Watson, Cody Alcorn and Kendra Kent.

“The expansion at 4pm is a natural progression of FOX Carolina’s growth in the Greenville/Spartanburg Asheville/Anderson market and our ratings success in the morning and late news products,” John Hayes, WHNS GM, said in a statement.

The Four O’Clock News starts October 20 and will be produced by news director Kelly Boan and EPs Mary Bullard and Stefanie Quall.

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Carolina Anchors Do Part of Show on Treadmill Desks

Greenville, SC, anchors Cody Alcorn and Diana Watson got a short workout in during part of the WHNS 10:00 p.m. show Tuesday.

After the station did a story about treadmill desks being used at work, the FOX affiliate set up a deal with a local treadmill store so the anchors could read a segment of the show while walking and jogging on treadmill desks of their own.

On the Move, 8/7/13

Morgan Fogarty joins Al Jazeera America as a news anchor based in New York City. She comes from WCCB in Charlotte, where she was an anchor.

After a year freelancing for WCVB in Boston, Liam Martin becomes a full-time staff reporter.

Kate Larsen moves to KNBC in Los Angeles from KXTV in Sacramento. Larsen will be a freelance reporter at KNBC.

Demetrius Ivory joins WGN in Chicago as a morning meteorologist. He comes from WTAE in Pittsburgh, where he has worked for the past eight years. Read more