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Gina Morss Returns to WEEK

morss weekGina Morss returns to WEEK starting Monday, January 5.

Morss worked at the Peoria, Illinois NBC affiliate for 15 years. She will co-anchor the morning news with Garry Moore and Maddie Heidenreich.

“We are excited to have Gina return to full time work once again on WEEK,” said Mark DeSantis, president and GM of WEEK-WHOI-WAOE. “She never really left as she has been producing our Buddy Check Reports for WEEK all along. But I am truly happy to have Gina back where she belongs!”

Morss left WEEK in 2011 to be the Komen Memorial Peoria Affiliate’s Director of Development.

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AFTRA Authorizes WEEK-WHOI Staffers to Strike as Station Considers Outside News Production

Anchors, reporters, photojournalists, and producers at WEEK-WHOI in central Illinois have been working for the past two weeks without a formal labor contract and now members of the stations’ news team are going on record about the ongoing negotiations between their union and Granite Broadcasting, the stations’ parent company.

At the center of the dispute, according to WEEK-WHOI employees, is Granite’s desire to use news content produced outside of the market.

“We believe local news should be local,” anchor Gina Morss told the Peoria Journal Star.

The union contract covering members of the WEEK-WHOI news team expired on February 18th and AFTRA is set to meet with Granite for a bargaining session on March 21st.  In the meantime, the union has authorized anchor Garry Moore, the local union president, to call a strike. Read more