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Posts Tagged ‘Katherine Nero’

March Anchor Madness: Cincinnati Paper Launches ‘Favorite Anchor’ Tournament

The Cincinnati Enquirer is hosting its own ‘March Madness’ tourney. The paper is asking readers to vote for their “TV Anchor Dream Team.”

Who’s the Cincinnati Anchor Dream Team?  You can help select it by voting below in my bracket-style tournament with 8 male anchors, 8 female anchors, 8 meteorologists and 8 sports anchors.

The winners will be re-seeded in each round, leading to Cincinnati’s favorite anchor team. You can check out the rankings after the jump.

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Lance Barry Says Goodbye to Cincinnati’s WCPO

Lance Barry announced this morning that he is leaving Cincinnati ABC-affilaite WCPO, the Cincinnati

“I never took it for granted that I was being mentioned in the same sentence as an anchor as the likes of Clyde Gray, Carol Williams and the woman sitting next to me, Katherine Nero,” Barry said on today’s newscast. “So now with my dream realized, it is time once again to say goodbye and express my gratitude. I’m extremely excited about what’s ahead for me.”

Barry joined WCPO in 2005 as a reporter. He is the solo anchor of the 4:30 a.m. newscast and the news anchor for the morning newscast.