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On the Move, 12/30/13

Elle Duncan joins NESN in Boston as sports anchor, host and reporter. She was a traffic reporter at WXIA in Atlanta.

Kris Anderson jumps 43 markets to weekend morning anchor/reporter at WHDH in Boston. Anderson comes from WREG in Memphis.

Scott Smith will anchor the 6:00 p.m. news at FOX owned station WTTG in Washington, DC in addition to being sports director.

Walter Makaula joins Miami CBS owned station WFOR as co-anchor for its weekday morning newscast. Makaula comes from KSWB in San Diego.

Jacqueline Crea joins KHOU in Houston as reporter. She comes from KTSM in El Paso.

Duncan, Anderson, Makaula, Smith and Crea are all represented by Matthew Kingsley at 3 Kings Entertainment.

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On the Move, 10/18/12

Sports anchor Scott Smith joins WTTG in Washington, DC from KPHO in Phoenix.

Cary Chow signs on to ESPN as a digital anchor. Previously, Chow was a host for Fox Sports San Diego and freelance reporter for KGTV.

Stefan Chase joins KTLA in Los Angeles as a freelance reporter. Chase was previously an an anchor and reporter at WDAF in Kansas City. Read more

Sportscaster Scott Smith Joins WTTG From KPHO

Sports anchor Scott Smith is joining WTTG, the Fox O&O in Washington, DC.

Smith joins the station from KPHO in Phoenix, where he has been a sports anchor and reporter since 2009. He will anchor sports for WTTG’s 10 and 11 p.m. newscasts.

“I’m extremely humbled and honored to join the FOX 5 sports team. Not only is it an amazing opportunity at a top-notch station, but it’s an exciting time to dive into the DC sports scene,” Smith said in a statement.

Smith replaces Dave Feldman, who left WTTG in May for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area.