Emerson was an anchor at WUPW-TV, Channel 36, for 16 years, before she left in January, 2012, to co-anchor the 5, 6, and 10 p.m. newscasts at NBC affiliate WPSD-TV in Paducah, Ky, a market that stretches into western Missouri, southern Illinois, and the northern edge of Tennessee, and is slightly smaller than the Toledo-area market.
“She brings a familiar face to our viewers,” said Nicole Hahn, who was recently promoted to WNWO’s news director position. “She has a vast knowledge of the area, and she will bring leadership and experience to our team.
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Sinclair Broadcasting has installed a new management team at its Toledo NBC affiliate WNWO “as part of its plan to beef up the station’s position in the marketplace.”
Charity Freeman has been named general sales manager at WNWO. She previously was host of a WPTA-produced program called INsight.
Nicole Hahn, a producer at WPTA, has been named news director at WNWO, replacing Jim Blue, who is a Channel 24 co-anchor. Mr. Blue will continue to co-anchor the news at WNWO and become managing editor.
Sinclair has also created two new positions at Channel 24 that will be filled by former WPTA personnel. Read more
Daniel Winn joins KMIZ in Columbia as a reporter and anchor. Previously, Winn worked at KRCG in Jefferson City, Mo.
Jason Sloss joins KSWB in San Diego from KESQ in Palm Springs. At KWSB, Sloss will be a reporter.
Jim Blue returns to Toledo as news director and 6 p.m. anchor at WNWO. He spent the past four years in the same role at WFFT in Fort Wayne.
“We’re excited to have Dan join our station and lead our award-winning news team,” VP-GM Bill Ritchhart said in a statement. “Dan brings a wealth of large market experience that can take our news room to the next level.”
“I’m tremendously excited about rejoining WNWO at a time of incredible renewal at the station and in the community,” said Blue. “We’ve all sacrificed in recent years to achieve a new vitality in our economy and in our city. Now I hope to build upon WNWO’s recent successes and work to provide a fresh, independent journalistic voice in Toledo.”