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Posts Tagged ‘Elizabeth Klinge’

KCCI Announces New Morning Anchor

KCCI has announced Elizabeth Klinge will join Steve Karlin and meteorologist Kurtis Gertz on the Des Moines CBS affiliate’s morning news.

“We are delighted to have Elizabeth join the KCCI morning news team,” said KCCI president and general manager Paul Fredericksen. “She’s extremely knowledgeable about central Iowa and our morning news viewers are going to really enjoy her intelligence and personality.”

Klinge worked at Des Moines NBC affiliate WHO from 2005 until 2011. She left to form a business venture with her husband.

She begins the week of August 19.

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WHO’s Jannay Towne Tapped for Weekend Mornings

Jannay Towne has been promoted to weekend morning anchor at WHO, the NBC-affiliate in Des Moines.

In her new role, Towne will continue reporting for the 5, 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts. She will debut alongside co-anchor Dan Winters this weekend.

“She’s one of those people that gets the job done every day with a smile and we’re pleased to see her role expand,” WHO news director Rod Peterson said in a statement.

Towne, who has been at WHO for seven years, replaces Elizabeth Klinge as the weekend morning anchor. Klinge left the station earlier this month to pursue a business venture with her husband.