Carter most recently worked at WHBQ, the Fox O&O in Memphis, where he led the investigative team. He made his debut alongside Natasha Chughtai (pictured with Carter) and meteorologist Eileen Loan this week.
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Natasha Chughtai is set to become the newest morning anchor at KWWL in Cedar Rapids on October 24.
Chughtai, currently an anchor-reporter at KLSR in Eugene, OR, will replace Sunny Layne, who is leaving the station to spend more time with her family.
“I have some very big shoes to fill with Sunny leaving, but I cannot wait to start and move to the Waterloo-Ceder Falls area,” Chughtai wrote on the KWWL Facebook page.
Janice Park moves to her hometown as she joins Baltimore Fox-affiliate WBFF as a reporter. Park comes from Lexington’s WLEX.
Annette Newell joins Raleigh’s WNCN as a reporter and fill-in anchor. Newell comes to Raleigh from the New Bern-Greenville-Washington, NC market, where she co-anchored the 5, 6, and 11 p.m. weekday newscasts for WCTI.
Jeff Eliasoph returns to TV as the morning co-anchor for KWWL, an NBC-affiliate serving Waterloo-Cedar Rapids, IA. Eliasoph previously worked at Cleveland’s WOIO, Austin’s KEYE, and Dallas’s KXAS.
Mark Geary moves to the Greensboro-High Point-Winston-Salem, NC market where he’ll work as a reporter for CBS-affiliate WFMY. Geary comes from KCRG in Cedar Rapids, where he worked as a reporter and also wrote for the Cedar Rapids Gazette. Read more