“I’m very excited to join the KHOU team and look forward to working at such a great station,” Wetzel told McGuff.
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Chavarria has been a reporter at KHOU in Houston since 2010. She has also worked at WTVF in Nashville and WTOM in Traverse City, MI. A Chicago native, she began her career with internships at NBC News’ Chicago bureau and WGN, the CW-affiliate.
“I’m thrilled to be returning to my hometown, doing something I truly love, and that is telling stories about topics that are relevant to the people of Chicago,” Chavarria said in a statement. “I look forward to covering news in this great city, a place that has shaped who I am as a person and a journalist.”
The RTDNA has announced the winners of the 2012 Regional Edward R. Murrow awards.
Radio, television and online winners, divided into small and large markets, were selected from more than 3,500 entries. The RTDNA says this year is “one of the most competitive Edward R. Murrow Awards seasons in RTDNA history.”
Large market overall excellence winners were KING in Seattle, KTVU in Oakland, KMGH in Denver, KARE in Minneapolis, KMBC in Kansas City, KHOU in Houston, WTHR in Indianapolis, WLKY in Louisville, WIAT in Birmingham, WCVB in Boston, KDKA in Pittsburgh, WSB in Atlanta and CIVT in Vancouver. Read more
“For years I’ve followed the great investigative work being done in Houston,” Noll told Houston media blogger Mike McGuff. “I’m looking forward to continuing that tradition and joining a team of top-notch journalists at KHOU 11 News.”
Noll has spent the past four years at WREG, the CBS-affiliate in Memphis. He begins at KHOU on April 16.
Horansky, who joined Austin’s KVUE in 2010, wanted to move to Houston to be near his fiancee, according to Austin media reporter Bill Church. Horansky said KVUE news director Frank Volpicella helped him find the open position at KHOU. Both stations are owned by Belo.
“The business is so competitive and just because I worked for Belo and had a solid resume didn’t guarantee me anything,” Horansky told Church. “I interviewed with KHOU’s news director and won the job, so it all worked out.” Read more
Most recently, Smith was Dean of Students at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. His first day on the air at WDRB was last week.
NBC News president Steve Capus announced today that Gutierrez is joining as a network correspondent based in Atlanta. Starting next month, Gutierrez will report across all NBC News platforms, including “Today,” “NBC Nightly News,” and MSNBC.
A graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Gutierrez began his broadcasting career at WBOY, the NBC-affiliate in Clarksburg, WV. He eventually moved on to WJRT, the ABC-affiliate in Flint, MI, where he was named “Best Reporter” in 2009 by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters. Read more
In 1961, while covering Hurricane Carla, Rather basically invented the way stations cover severe weather. The only reporter stationed on Galveston Island during the hurricane, Rather avoided poisonous snakes to bring breaking news coverage of the storm, which caught the attention of CBS execs in New York.
Perez left KTRK, the ABC O&O, in 2007. She is both the host and the executive producer of “Latina Voices,” which launched in 2008 on KUHT, the public television station in Houston.
“Latina Voices” debuted on KHOU last month. It will continue to air on KUHT at its normal time, Sunday at 5:30 p.m.
Mungo declined to reveal where she is headed. “I can say I am very excited about my future,” she told McGuff.
Before joining KRIV, Mungo was a reporter at KHOU, Houston’s CBS-affiliate. In 2005, she moved into the role of managing editor at KRIV. She was named assistant news director in 2009. Mungo’s last day at the station was Friday.