“I am really excited about this incredible opportunity reporting from the state capital,” Saucedo said. “I’m glad I’ll be staying in California where I’ll hit the ground running covering multiple beats, including the political sphere Sacramento is known for.”
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“Walt is one of Sacramento’s best known and most respected news anchors,” KXTV news director Jerome Parra said in a statement. “He’s done it all. He is a trusted voice and an accomplished storyteller. He adds even greater depth to News10′s accomplished team of anchors and reporters.”
“In a few weeks I’ll be joining the weather team at WFAA in Dallas,” Altieri tweeted. “I’m thrilled to have this opportunity!”
Altieri signed off from KXTV, the ABC affiliate in Sacramento, in May. He has previously worked at KUSA in Denver, WLNS in Lansing, Mich., WOI in Des Moines and WCBI in Columbus, Miss. [h/t NewsBlues]
“We are really excited to have Tom join the CBS4 team,” KCNC news director Tim Wieland said in a statement. “He makes fan involvement key in sharing sports with viewers and his experience is a great fit for our station.”
Helmer joins the station from Root Sports, where he co-hosted broadcasts of Colorado Rockies games and covered collegiate and high school athletics. He has also worked at KXTV in Sacramento and WZZM in Grand Rapids.
KXTV evening anchors Dale Schornack and Cristina Mendonsa are celebrating 15 years on the air together at the Sacramento ABC affiliate. “I knew it was going to be a good partnership from the beginning, basically,” Mendonsa said in a tribute segment that aired Thursday night (video above).
“It was like, wow. That was the first newscast of the rest of our careers, and it felt really good,” Schornack recalled. Read more
Sacramento ABC-affiliate KXTV is launching weekend morning newscasts.
Beginning Saturday, the station will air from 6 to 7 a.m. and 8 to 9 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. They will be anchored by Kate Larsen (pictured), who was previously a reporter on KXTV’s weekday morning newscast. Larsen will be joined by meteorologist Darla Givens.
“[On the weekends,] people aren’t as rushed and their priorities are different. So we’re putting together a fun, energizing show to reflect that,” KXTV news director Jerome Parra said in a statement.
After 20 years working at KXTV in Sacramento, anchor-reporter Sharon Ito is stepping away from the news business to focus on raising the 11-year-old daughter she has with her husband, KXTV reporter George Warren.
Ito, who grew up in the Sacramento area, first started with KXTV in 1985 as a reporter and producer. After leaving KXTV in 1990 for a job at KCAL in Los Angeles, she returned to the ABC-affiliate in 1996.
“It’s been wonderful being a part of the News10 family all these years,” Ito said in a statement. “But of course, closest to my heart is raising our 11-year-old daughter here in Sacramento, the place I love. It’s so true, there are stages in life and a break just feels right.” Read more
Parra began his career as a writer and assignment editor at KXTV. He is currently the assistant news director at KPNX, the NBC-affiliate in Phoenix.
“He is a smart, innovative journalist who is passionate about news,” KXTV president and general manager Maria Barrs said in a statement. “He has great energy and ideas, along with the right experience, skills and drive to lead our team.” Read more
In what seemed like an elaborate set-up to soak KXTV‘s Kate Larsen, the Sacramento ABC-affiliate dispatched the morning reporter to a busy roadway, where anchor Dan Elliott had spotted a large puddle.
Just as Keba Arnold, Elliott’s co-anchor, was warning Larsen about getting splashed, a car plowed through the puddle, drenching her (video above).
In a post on his Facebook page this week, Myers announced that he had accepted “the newly created position of Political Editor at KXTV.”
“The position allows me to not only continue my reporting on the Capitol and state politics (for broadcast and online), but to help shape News10′s 2012 election coverage and beyond,” Myers wrote.
In moving to KXTV, Myers is returning to his TV news roots. He worked as an anchor and reporter at KSBY in San Luis Obispo before making the move to radio. His first day at KXTV will be April 2.
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