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Adam Clements Leaves WLWT for WKRC

Adam Clements makes the second reporter in as many days to leave Cincinnati’s NBC affiliate WLWT, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Clements is headed to Cincinnati’s, WKRC where he will replace Dan Spehler who left the CBS affiliate at the end of September to be closer to his family after the birth of his first child.

Yesterday, the Enquirer reported Anchor Jack Atherton was leaving WLWT to join WKEF-WRGT in Dayton as the main anchor.

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On the Move, 10/10/12

Nadia Singh moves to WDBJ in Roanoke from Blue Ridge Cable in Pennsylvania.

Crystal Costa joins WPDE in Myrtle Beach as morning anchor. Previously, Costa worked at KVEW in Yakima, Wash.

Jack Atherton joins WKEF from WLWT.

Singh is represented by Mort Meisner Associates. Costa and Atherton are represented by Steve Swienckowski at DCA, The David Crane Agency.

If you would like to report a new move, send an email to tvspy@mediabistro.com with the subject line “On the Move.”

Cincinnati Anchor Jack Atherton Leaving for Dayton

Jack Atherton is leaving Cincinnati’s WLWT to join WKEF-WRGT in Dayton as the main anchor, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

The move comes eight months after Atherton left the 11 p.m. anchor desk at WLWT, a shift which was said to allow him to “dig into the elections during this critical political year.” He was replaced by Mike Dardis, who joined the station from KOMO in April.

Atherton’s last day at WLWT is today. He will make his debut in Dayton October 17.

KOMO Anchor Mike Dardis Set to Join WLWT in April

Mike Dardis has been hired at Cincinnati NBC-affiliate WLWT as an anchor and reporter, the station announced today.

Dardis joins WLWT from KOMO, the ABC-affiliate in Seattle. He will start at WLWT in April.

“The minute I walked into WLWT, it felt like home,” Dardis said in a statement.

Dardis will co-anchor the 5 p.m. newscast with Sheree Paolello, who has been anchoring solo since Jack Atherton stepped away from the anchor desk to focus on political reporting earlier this month. Dardis will also report for the 11 p.m. newscast.

Anchor Jack Atherton Departs WLWT’s 11 p.m Newscast, Leaving Sheree Paolello Solo

Cincinnatti NBC-affiliate WLWT has moved veteran anchor Jack Atherton off its 11 p.m. newscast, leaving Sheree Paolello to anchor solo.

Atherton, who has been Paolello’s co-anchor since 2009, will continue appearing alongside Paolello during the station’s 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. newscasts.

WLWT news director Stacy Owen said that the move was made so that Atherton could focus more time on reporting as the 2012 election approaches.

“It gives us the opportunity to have Jack dig into the elections during this critical political year, elevating Jack’s role in an area of passion for him,” Owen said in a statement, posted by Cincinnati.com.  “Sheree has proven with the 5 p.m. that she can deftly handle a high-paced, high content show at 11 p.m.”

WLWT Adds Morning Anchor to 5 p.m. Newscast

WLWT has shuffled its anchor lineup to take advantage of a “Dr. Oz” lead-in at 5 p.m. The NBC-affiliate has added popular morning anchor Lisa Cooney (near right) to its 5 o’clock newscast, where she’ll work alongside Sheree Paolello.

“The departure of Oprah and the arrival of Dr. Oz will create a great opportunity for WLWT News 5 to appeal to a new set of viewers,” WLWT president and general manager Richard Dyer said, in announcing the move.  “In addition to playing a major role anchoring our #1 morning show… Lisa’s experience includes health reporting, which we feel provides an opportunity for a unique connection with our 5 pm audience coming out of ‘Dr Oz.’” Read more