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San Francisco Stations Break in Early Sunday After Earthquake

sf bay equake stationsResidents in the San Francisco Bay Area are cleaning up and assessing the damage today after a magnitude 6.0 earthquake hit the region just south of Napa at 3:20 a.m. Sunday. It was the largest shaker since the magnitude 6.9 Loma Prieta earthquake on October 17, 1989.

The local stations broke in early, starting continuing coverage by getting viewers up to date on what happened. Most of the stations started with quick phoners with local residents and reporters living nearest the epicenter. Later in the morning, live shots and video started coming in showing the mess caused by the quake.

First with anchors on the air was ABC owned KGO which started running a crawl at 4:00 a.m. over infomercials, until Matt Keller broke in at 4:22 a.m. He was later joined by Kristen Sze and Cheryl Jennnings.

NBC owned station KNTV came on next at 4:33 a.m. Sam Brock tossed to a phoner with meteorologist Jeff Ranieri talking about the quake and expected damage.

CBS owned KPIX was first with a crawl, starting it about 15 minutes after the quake reportedly hit. At 4:40 a.m., anchor Anne Makovec could be seen on air, but not heard. The station came back a few minutes later with the problem fixed. At 5:00 a.m. the station took the network’s coverage anchored by Don Dahler, but broke back in with local coverage a little more than a minute later. Makovec was later joined on set by meteorologist Paul Deanno.

Newly owned FOX station KTVU, had an early start to its Mornings on 2 show. The station broke in at 5:00 a.m. with Claudine Wong and Mike Mibach in the studio. They were joined by meteorologist Mark Tamayo.

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Meteorologist Seth Wayne Joining KOMO From KVAL

KVAL chief meteorologist Seth Wayne is leaving the ABC-affiliate in Eugene, OR for KOMO, the ABC-affiliate in Seattle.

“I came back to Oregon three years ago, and I’ve said it would take an amazing opportunity for me to leave again,” Wayne said yesterday on KVAL’s evening newscast.  “Well, today I’m announcing word of a promotion,  a true dream job.”

Wayne will replace Paul Deanno, who is leaving KOMO for KPIX, on the weekday morning newscast. His last day at KVAL is August 17.

KPIX-KBCW Names Paul Deanno Chief Meteorologist

Paul Deanno is replacing Roberta Gonzales as chief meteorologist at KPIX-KBCW, the CBS duopoly in San Francisco.

Gonzales, who has worked at KPIX-KBCW for 16 years, will stay with the stations in a new role as weekend meteorologist, with additional weather reporting in the field during the week. Deanno and Gonzales step into their new roles on August 30.

“I am very excited both to welcome Paul and to have Roberta in a dynamic new role,” news director and vice president Dan Rosenheim said in a statement. Read more