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Morning Anchor Heidi Hayes Out at KVVU

Morning anchor Heidi Hayes is parting ways with Las Vegas Fox affiliate KVVU, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Hayes’ exit, which will become official on October 5, comes after 14 years with the station. She is married to Ted Pretty, who is the station’s morning meteorologist.

Hayes told the Review-Journal that she was “disappointed and pretty much blindsided,” adding, “It makes no sense.”

She will be replaced by Stefanie Jay, a general assignment reporter at the station, and John Dabkovich, who is joining KVVU from KBAK in Bakersfield.

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On the Move, 9/24/12

Whit Johnson joins KNBC in Los Angeles, where he will anchor the noon newscast and report for the 5 and 6 p.m. newscasts. Previously, Johnson was a correspondent for CBS News in Washington, DC.

Adam Joseph has been named the 10pm meteorologist for WPVI in Philadelphia. He will continue in his role as meteorologist for the 4 and 5 p.m. newscasts, as well as co-hosting the weekly entertainment show.

Annie McCormick joins WPVI in Philadelphia from WHP in Harrisburg. Read more

KBAK Father and Son Story Includes Unexpectedly Erotic Soundbite

“All right, let’s just say it: that soundbite sounds like something else…” KBAK anchor John Dabkovich said, trying to hold back laughter after the CBS-affiliate aired video of a father and son fishing that was accompanied by some unexpectedly erotic sounds.

The soundbite was presumably of the boy cheering on his father but the “ooooh, yeah, daddy…” was evocative of something that you wouldn’t find airing on a morning newscast (video above).