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Todd Hicks Set To Join Milwaukee’s WTMJ In 2012

Todd Hicks is joining WTMJ, the NBC-affiliate in Milwaukee, in early 2012.

Hicks joins the station from WGBA, the NBC-affiliate in Green Bay, where he has been a reporter and weekend anchor for two years. His last day will be January 23. Prior to joining WGBA, he worked at WSAW in Wausau, WI and KSAX in Alexandria.

Hicks will be a general assignment reporter at WTMJ. His first day will be January 23.

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On the Move, 12/14/11

WMAQ sports director Paula Faris will join ABC News as co-anchor of “World News Now.” She will also contribute to “Good Morning America.”

WCCB morning anchor Anna Kooiman joins Fox News Channel as an anchor and correspondent.

Robert Moses, a reporter at KSTP in Minneapolis, joins WNYW in New York City.

KDVR-KWGN anchor Zubin Mehenti moves from Denver to Bristol, CT, as he joins ESPN. Read more

WTMJ’s Diane Pathieu Joining WLS in Chicago

Diane Pathieu, a reporter and midday anchor at Milwaukee NBC-affiliate WTMJ, is leaving is joining ABC owned-and-operated WLS in her native Chicago.

“It’s very bittersweet to share this,” she wrote on Facebook. “I am moving back home to Chicago! I have an incredible opportunity to work for a station my family and I have been watching for years!”

Pathieu’s last day at WTMJ, where she has been since 2005, will be December 4. Her first job in television was as a production assistant at Chicago’s WMAQ, a rival station to WLS.