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WXIN Adds Kristin Kane as Morning Anchor

kane_croppedWXIN has named Kristin Kane as anchor for the Indianapolis FOX affiliate’s morning news.

On December 9, Kane joins Scott Jones, Angela Ganote, Ray Cortopassi and meteorologists Jim O’Brien and Ron Smiley weekdays beginning at 4:00 a.m.

“Kristin’s Midwest roots and passion for news will be a real asset to FOX59 Morning News,” WXIN News Director Kerri Cavanaugh said in a statement. “She will be an excellent addition to the team.”

Kane comes to WXIN from News 13 in Orlando, FL. She started her broadcasting career at WCBS in New York and at News 12 Westchester in Yonkers, NY. She has also worked at WICU-WSEE in Erie, PA, WSFL in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and KRIV in Houston, TX.

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Indianapolis’ WXIN to Begin Morning Newscast at 4:00 a.m.

Seeing even more potential in the early risers, late shifters, and insomniacs of the Indianapolis area, WXIN will now begin its early morning newscast even earlier. Beginning in January, the Fox-affiliate will begin its day at 4:00 a.m.

WXIN has seen positive audience gains since it expanded its morning news to 4:30 a.m. earlier this year and now it hopes to make an even bigger imprint with a six-hour programming stretch on weekday mornings, from 4:00 a.m. to 10:00.

“We have seen viewers waking up earlier and watching earlier, ever since we moved up our start time to 4:30am,” said Jerry Martin, WXIN’s general manager. It appears that Martin’s objective is to provide enough early morning time to build viewers for the station’s big competition against NBC’s “Today” from 7:00-10:00 a.m.
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