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On the Move, 5/29/13

Don Dahler joins CBS News as a New York correspondent. Dahler was previously a weekend anchor and reporter at WCBS, the CBS O&O in New York City.

Jeff Pegues joins CBS News as a Washington, D.C. correspondent. He comes from WABC, the ABC O&O in New York City.

Alina Machado joins CNN as an Atlanta-based correspondent. She comes from WTVD in Raleigh-Durham, where she was a reporter. Read more

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Lindsay Shively Named Weekend Anchor at KSHB in Kansas City

Lindsay Shively is the new weekend morning anchor at Kansas City NBC affiliate KSHB, Bottom Line Communications reports.

Shively joined KSHB as a multimedia journalist in 2009. She replaces Najahe Sherman, who joined WKRN in Nashville last month.

“I am excited to be able to promote Lindsay. She is a great storyteller and her bright and cheerful personality will be a nice addition to our weekend morning show,” news director Carrie Hofmann said in a statement.

Bottom Line also reports that anchor Cynthia Newsome will move from the weekend evening newscasts to the weekday midday newscasts. Amy Hawley will solo anchor the weekend evening newscasts going forward.

Najahe Sherman Joins WKRN From KSHB

Reporter-anchor Najahe Sherman is moving from Kansas City to Nashville, she announced on her blog Monday.

Sherman begins this week as anchor and reporter at WKRN, the ABC affiliate in Nashville. She comes from KSHB, the NBC affiliate in Kansas City, where she was a reporter and weekend morning anchor.

“To everyone in Kansas City, thank you so much for a very special few years. I am excited to share stories and experiences from Music City!” Sherman wrote. [h/t Bottom Line Communications]