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KARK Names Aaron Nolan Morning Anchor

nolan karkLittle Rock, AR, NBC affiliate KARK has announced Aaron Nolan as the new co-anchor of its morning show, KARK 4 Today.

According to the station, Nolan will also do feature reports for the evening news highlighting “local news that matters.”

“I’m really excited to join such a strong morning team with Mallory and Greg Dee,” Nolan said in a statement. “I can’t say enough about how much I enjoy working with them each day at noon. I look forward to spending even more time with them each morning.”

“Aaron has the type of personality and energy that should be a hit with morning viewers,” said KARK-TV News Director Austin Kellerman. “He’s an outside-the-box thinker who will bring new ideas to the table each morning.”

Nolan starts the morning shift on Monday, September 1, replacing Matt Mosler who recently announced he is leaving KARK on August 29 to work at a church.

[Arkansas TV News]

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KLRT Adds Morning News, Revamps Evening News Schedule

KLRT, Little Rock’s FOX affiliate, will debut its first morning show Monday.

Mike Vaughn, general manager of KLRT told TVSpy, “We are excited to offer LOCAL news content at a time all others are offering national content. Monday is just the beginning of the process and we will continue to build as we go. We are very proud of our Fox brand.”

The new show will air from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. and according to Arkansas Business Daily will be anchored by Deedra Wilson and Greg Dee.

The Nexstar run FOX affiliate is also making changes to its evening lineup by eliminating the 5:00 and 10:00 p.m. news shows and replacing them with a half hour show at 5:30 and an hour show at 9:00 p.m.

Nexstar Pools Resources of Arkansas Stations to Launch Statewide Newscast

Using staffers and technical resources from four of its local stations in Arkansas, Nexstar Broadcasting is launching a statewide daily newscast called “Arkansas Today.”

Beginning today, the half-hour show will air on all four stations — KARK in Little Rock, KNWA in Fayetteville, KTVE in El Dorado and KTAL in Texarkana — on weekdays at noon. Although each station will have live broadcast capabilities for “Arkansas Today,” the newscast’s home base will be at KARK.

The show will be anchored by KARK anchor Mallory Hardin and meteorologist Greg Dee. Reporters from all four stations will contribute on a daily basis. Read more

KARK Now Searching for Meteorologist to Replace Brett Cummins

“We are in the process of interviewing meteorologists for our open position,” KARK news director Rob Heverling told TVSpy today via email, talking about the vacancy left by Brett Cummins, who resigned from his chief meteorologist post last week after he was found asleep in a bathtub with a dead body.

While the station searches for Cummins’s replacement, weekend meteorologist Greg Dee is working weekday mornings and Darby Bybee, who joined the station last month from Lincoln’s KLKN, has taken over Cummins’s former spot on KARK’s nightly newscasts.

The Little Rock NBC-affiliate currently has a job posting up on its website. Read more