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Baltimore Reporter’s Live Shot Sees Possible Reappearance of ‘Horsehead’ Video Bomber


Last year during the coverage of Hurricane Sandy, a reporter for NBC owned station WRC featured a live shot with a shirtless man wearing a horse head jogging down a street in Washington, D.C.

Today, the conspiracy theorist interwebs are abuzz with the second sighting of a horse head wearing person spotted during another weather event. This time it happened on Baltimore NBC affiliate WBAL in Ellicott City, MD, behind reporter Kate Amara. Coincidence?

Probably not. This horse man is a tad more introspective than the hurricane runner and looks like he maybe gave up jogging, not that we’re in any position to judge.

[Deadpsin]

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On the Move, 5/15/12

Diana Perez joins ABC News as a New York-based NewsOne correspondent. She previously was a reporter and anchor at WBZ in Boston.

WNYW reporter Katherine Creag joins rival WNBC in New York City.

MLB Network host Lisa Kerney joins WCBS in New York City as a sportscaster and feature reporter.

Araksya Karapetyan joins KTTV in Los Angeles as a reporter. She previously worked at KOIN in Portland. Read more

WBAL Adding 10 p.m. Newscast on Subchannel

Baltimore NBC-affiliate WBAL is adding a new 10 p.m. weekday newscast on its digital subchannel, WBAL Plus.

Anchored by Kate Amara, the newscast will debut on March 5th.

“We want to provide an opportunity for news viewers to get our Live, Local, Latebreaking news, an hour earlier,” WBAL president and general manager Dan Joerres said, in announcing the new newscast. “It is our responsibility to offer viewers local news convenient to their schedules and this newscast does exactly that.”

Amara has been with Hearst-owned WBAL since 2005.  She currently reports from the station’s Washington bureau and serves as a D.C. correspondent for Hearst TV. Read more