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Paul Emmick Leaves WSBT to Follow Dream of Doing Voiceovers


Paul Emmick, chief meteorologist for South Bend, IN, CBS affiliate WSBT, announced Friday he was leaving to start a career doing voiceovers.

“Since I left the Weather Channel years ago I always said, when I have the chance I’m going start my own business and do voiceovers for a living,” said Emmick who told viewers he wasn’t getting any younger.

Emmick came to WSBT in August 2013. He has worked at WRTV in Indianapolis, WDRB in Louisville, KY, and WEHT in Evansville, IN. He worked at the Weather Channel for seven years.

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On the Move, 11/18/11

Weathercaster Tamara Berg is joining KCRA in Sacramento after three years at KION-KCBA in Salinas, CA.

Gil Diaz, a reporter at KESQ-KDFX in Palm Springs, is making an 139-market jump to KPIX in San Francisco.

Paul Emmick moves from of WDRB in Louisville to WSBT in South Bend, where he will be chief meteorologist.

KJCT weekend sports anchor Pierre Noujaim will join the sports team at KCEN in Waco. Read more

Meteorologist Jude Redfield Set to Join WDRB

Meteorologist Jude Redfield, who recently left Indianapolis’s WTHR, is set to join WDRB, a Fox-affiliate in Louisville.

Redfield, the winner of three Emmys while in Indianapolis, recently confirmed the move on his Facebook page, saying that he starts with WDRB this month.

According to LouisvilleKY.com, Redfield will work mornings for WDRB as the station shuffles its weather roster. Marc Weinberg will move from mornings to evenings and longtime WDRB weathercaster Paul Emmick is departing the station.

Redfield is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and began his TV career at WKAG in Hopkinsville, KY. He is excited to be returning to his roots. “Everything is almost too good right now,” he recently wrote on Facebook.