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On the Move, 11/21/13

Stacia Naquin jumps 77 markets as she joins KPNX in Phoenix as an anchor, consumer investigative reporter and multimedia journalist. Naquin previously worked at KKTV in Colorado Springs as a morning anchor and reporter.

Steve Patterson joins KSTP in Minneapolis as an anchor and reporter. Patterson previously worked as a network anchor, host and correspondent at the REELZ Channel.

Thema Ponton joins WISN in Milwaukee from WMTW in Portland, Maine. In her new role, she will be a weekend morning anchor and reporter.

Parker Slaybaugh joins WRIC in Richmond as a video journalist. He previously worked in the same role at WSET in Lynchburg, Va.

Joe Vigil joins KTVA in Anchorage as the primary anchor. He previously worked at KOB in Albuquerque as an anchor and reporter.

Lindsay Housaman joins KTBY-KYUR in Anchorage as the news director and primary anchor. Housaman previously worked as an anchor and reporter at WTGS in Savannah, Ga.

Journalists in this post are represented by Jeff Marcu at OTA Talent.

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Parker Slaybaugh Headed to WRIC

Parker Slaybaughreporter and video journalist for WSET, has announced he is leaving the Lynchburg-Roanoke, VA, ABC affiliate to work as a reporter/fill-in anchor for ABC affiliate WRIC in Richmond, VA.

He told viewers on facebook, “Thank you to everyone who has supported me during my time here at WSET, and special thanks to those who took a chance in hiring me fresh out of college. Thank you to all of our viewers who have trusted me and my colleagues as your source for news. I hope I have served the Central Virginia Community well.”

Slaybaugh was hired at WSET two years ago from Liberty University where he majored in video broadcasting.

He also said on his facebook page, his last day at WSET will be September 22.