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Tampa’s WFLA Adds Midday Newscast

WFLA, the NBC affiliate in Tampa-St. Petersburg, is launching an 11:30 a.m. newscast on Monday.

Natalie Shepherd will anchor the half-hour newscast. WFLA’s entertainment and lifestyle show, “Daytime,” will move to 10 a.m., replacing the station’s current 10 a.m. newscast.  “Extra” will move to 11 a.m.

Rod Carter and Gayle Guyardo, the 10 a.m. anchors, will continue to anchor the morning newscast. Morning meteorologist Leigh Spann will “continue her weather coverage throughout the day,” according to a statement from WFLA.

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VIDEO: Cars Crash During WFLA Live Shot

WFLA‘s Adrienne Pedersen was reporting live outside of a local gas station this morning when two cars collided behind her, spinning out of control through an intersection.

Although the screeching tires and metal crunch of the crash were clearly audible to viewers, Pedersen didn’t realize what had happened until anchor Gayle Guyardo pointed it out to her.

Pedersen was reporting on rising gas prices when the accident occurred.

Guyardo joked that the drivers were “probably shocked by the high gas prices” (video inside). Read more

Tampa’s WFLA Adds Hourlong Newscast at 11 a.m.

Next week, Tampa NBC-affiliate WFLA bring an hourlong 11 a.m. newscast back into the station’s daily programming.

WFLA had an 11 a.m. newscast until 2009, according to Eric Deggans of the Tampa Bay Times. The newscast, which will replace infomercials currently airing in the 11 a.m. hour, will be anchored this time around by Gayle Guyardo (pictured) and Rod Carter.

WFLA news director Don North told Deggans implementation of the new newscast has been planned for months and didn’t require a new hire to launch.

“There’s a lot of news which could be going on in the middle of the day and we don’t want to miss out,” he said. “You think about news coverage differently when you know there’s an hour there.”