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KC Kantz Promoted to Sports Director at WTAJ

KC Kantz has been promoted to sports director at WTAJ, Nexstar’s CBS affiliate in Altoona, Pa.

“KC has been an important part of our sports team and the television station for some years now.  His dedication to local, college and professional sports has been outstanding,” WTAJ VP-GM Phil Dubrow said in a statement. “Now he will elevate WTAJ’s sports even further as he carries on a strong tradition of Nittany Nation and Steeler Nation coverage as well as our award winning High School sports coverage.”

Kantz joined the station in 2010 as weekend sports anchor. He has previously worked at WSEE, the CBS affiliate in Erie, Pa.

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Altoona’s WTAJ Converting to HD

Newscasts at WTAJ will soon be in high definition, according to The Altoona Mirror.

“We are re-doing the entire set,” Phil Dubrow, VP-GM at the Altoona CBS affiliate, told the Mirror. “The clarity will be much better. Everything is getting upgraded from the studio cameras, set, graphics and logo. We are adding a new weather lab and adding weather cameras around the viewing area.”

Dubrow said Nexstar is in the process of upgrading many of their stations, and that WTAJ is the first to get a makeover this year.

“It will change the way people see things. The clarity will be better,” he said. “Everybody is jazzed up; there is a lot going on here.”

WTAJ Adds an Hour of News at 4 p.m. To Lineup

WTAJ, the CBS affiliate in Johnstown, PA, is the latest station to announce a venture into the 4 p.m. hour. The station will debut an hour-long newscast in that timeslot on September 12.

According to WTAJ, the broadcast will be the first news programming at 4 p.m. in the Johnstown market. Anchored by Dawn Pellas and Sarah Swistak, the program will be a fully interactive platform, engaging and connecting viewers through the station’s website, Facebook and Twitter.

“In addition to local news, weather and feature reporting from the WTAJ news team, we are very excited to bring new and exclusive lifestyle and community interest programming to Central Pennsylvania with ‘Central Pa. Live,’” vice president and general manager Phil Dubrow said in a statement.