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On the Move, 9/24/14

Mitch Blacher has been named investigative reporter at WCAU in Philadelphia. He previously worked at KGTV in San Diego.

Tenikka Smith joins WTEV/WAWS in Jacksonville, Fla., as an evening anchor. She comes from WSOC/WAXN in Charlotte, N.C. 

Stephanie Ramirez has been named reporter at WUSA in Washington, D.C. She previously worked at WEWS in Cleveland.

Chris Cantergiani joins WHDH in Boston as supervising investigative producer. He comes from Scripps’ National Investigative Unit.

Jennifer Correa has been named weekend morning meteorologist at WPLG in Miami. She previously worked at AccuWeather in State College, Pa. Read more

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On the Move, 8/11/14

Ingrid Allstaedt has been promoted to the morning and noon weather anchor for WLOS in Asheville, N.C. She joined the station in 2010 as a reporter.

Hope Hanselman joins WLOS from KVLY-KXJB in Fargo. Hanselman will be a reporter at WLOS.

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Ingrid Allstaedt Promoted to Weekend Morning Anchor at WLOS

Ingrid Allstaedt moves to weekend morning anchor and weekday reporter at WLOS, the ABC affiliate for Asheville, NC.

She steps into the role left vacant by Katie Killen‘s departure to Charlotte’s NBC affiliate WCNC.

Allstaedt told TVSpy, “I’m looking forward to showcasing the uniqueness and beauty nestled in the mountains of North Carolina, as I wake up each weekend with my family and friends on News13 This Weekend.”"

Her first day will be Saturday.  She was previously the Rutherford County reporter for WLOS.