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Elizabeth Cook Named Anchor for KPIX Evening News

Elizabeth Cook has been named as evening co-anchor for San Francisco CBS owned station KPIX. She fills the slot created by longtime anchor Dana King‘s departure in December.

Cook, who already co-anchors the 5:00 p.m. news with Allen Martin, will also co-anchor the 6:00 p.m. news with Martin.  She will also join Ken Bastida for the 10:00 p.m. news on sister station KBCW and 11:00 p.m. news on KPIX.

“Since joining KPIX, Liz Cook has shown herself to be a first-rate broadcast journalist – diligent, insightful, and responsive to Bay Area news viewers,” said Dan Rosenheim, KPIX vice president and news director. “We are thrilled that she will be taking on this important new responsibility.”

Cook started her career at KMIR in Palm Springs, CA where she was a reporter and anchor.

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On the Move, 1/12/11

Elizabeth Cook jumped 139 markets, from KMIR in Palm Springs, to join KPIX, in San Francisco, as its 5 p.m. M – F anchor.

Christina McLarty becomes a correspondent for Paramount’s syndicated show, “The Insider.” She will continue to render services for KCBS/KCAL.

Michelle Kosinski becomes a London-based correspondent for NBC News, from a Miami-based correspondent for NBC News.

Shibani Joshi enters into a new agreement with the FOX Business Network and FOX News Channel as a business correspondent.

Teresa Strasser joins KABC Radio morning drive as co-host.  Best known as the host of TLC’s “While You Were Out”, Teresa was the co-host of Adam Carolla’s morning radio show and TV Guide Network’s “TV Watercooler”.
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