Pugh comes from West Palm Beach, where he was a sports anchor and feature reporter at WPTV-WFLX. He also works for ESPN 760 radio, where he hosts three shows and provides play-by-play for games.
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Last month, WRC announced plans to open more bureaus in the Washington, DC area. Now, the NBC O&O is releasing more details on the station’s plans for a Northern Virginia bureau, which is set to be fully operational before the end of the year.
Julie Carey (right) who has worked at WRC for 20 years, will be the bureau chief. Carey will be joined by photographer Sean Casey, a lifelong resident of Northern Virginia who has worked at WRC for 15 years.
WRC has also hired a new reporter, David Culver (left), who will be exclusively assigned to the bureau. Culver joins the station on December 17 after four years at WAVY, the NBC affiliate in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.
“With our team is fully in place, viewers will see that News4 is the best source for news from Northern Virginia,” WRC president and general manager Jackie Bradford said in a statement. “We are even better positioned to tell big stories that affect the region as well as those in local communities that impact neighborhoods.” Read more
“Mike is a proven news leader who knows how to be competitive,” WRC general manager Jackie Bradford said in a statement. “I am very excited that our newsroom and our viewers will benefit from his experience, his creativity and his strategic thinking.”
Tuss joins the NBC O&O in Washington, DC from WTOP radio, where he has spent the last eight years reporting on transportation issues in the region.
In a statement announcing the hire, WRC general manager Jackie Bradford said Tuss “has distinguished himself in Washington as an enterprising reporter who breaks stories in one of the most important beats in our region.”
“Everyone cares about transportation in this area, and there are so many stories to tell,” Tuss said. “I am thrilled to pursue this exciting new opportunity with such a respected organization.”
Warren comes to WRC from Philly.com, the website of both the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.