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WFRV Adds Kent Harrell as News Director, Launches 4 p.m. Newscast

WFRV in Green Bay, WI has unveiled a few changes to both its lineup and its leadership.

As expected, Kent Harrell has been named news director for the CBS affiliate.  Harrell, who comes from WTVO-WQRF in Rockford, IL, will be reunited with vice president and general manager Joe Denk who left that station last year to lead WFRV.

“As the former general manager of WQRF in Rockford, Illinois, I had the pleasure of working with Kent for many years,” Denk said in a statement. “With his extensive broadcast knowledge and industry experience, I am confident that Kent is the right person to lead our news initiatives at WFRV. We look forward to his contributions in his new role as we build upon our commitment to bring high-quality local news programming to our viewers while offering results-driven marketing opportunities for our advertisers.” Read more

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Anchor Kris Schuller Returns to WFRV in Green Bay

Four years after signing off from WFRV, Kris Schuller is returning to the Green Bay CBS affiliate.

The Green Bay Press Gazette reports Schuller will begin anchoring WFRV’s 4 p.m. newscast today. In joining the station, he has stepped down from his day job as media specialist for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, as well as a position on the Brown County Board.

“Going through the changes that I have the last four years — leaving TV, working for state government, working for the county board, understanding the very important decisions that are made — yeah, it gives me a much better perspective on things,” Schuller told the Press Gazette. Read more