Pain meds not working again but think infection is improving. Seeing doctor tomorrow. Still hoping [t]o be back on air soon. As always thanks for prayers and don’t forget those much worse off. Read more
Posts Tagged ‘Sharon Reed’
Sharon Reed joins KMOV in St. Louis as primary anchor. Reed was most recently an anchor at WOIO in Cleveland.
Keith Jones joins WTVJ in Miami from WTSP in Tampa. Jones will be WTVJ’s morning and noon anchor.
Wendy Corona moves from Dallas to Atlanta as she becomes WSB’s weekend evening anchor. In Dallas, Corona was a freelance reporter at WFAA.
“In my career, I’ve enjoyed digging for stories and delivering exclusives. It’s not a job… it’s my absolute passion,” Reed said in a statement posted to the station’s website. “I also believe in tackling assignments from a fresh perspective and with a different approach. It’s made me a better journalist and, I’d like to think, it’s helped the people who watch look at some things in a whole new way.”
Reed, who last worked for WOIO in Cleveland, may be best known for participating in a nude photo as part of a story she was covering about artist Spencer Tunick‘s photography installation. She has also been rumored to have been linked with NBA star Le Bron James.
Robinson’s WOIO hire was announced last week. She and Dufala will anchor the 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts beginning tomorrow evening, the Cleveland Plain-Dealer reports.
Robinson parted ways with rival WKYC, Cleveland’s NBC-affiliate, in December after failing to come to an agreement with station management over a new contract. Robinson’s hire at WOIO was coupled with the news that anchors Sharon Reed and Lynna Lai would both be leaving the station.
Robinson spent 15 years at WKYC, which is the market’s NBC-affiliate. She will begin as the afternoon and evening anchor at WOIO-WUAB, CBS and MyNetworkTV affiliates, respectively, on February 2. The move is a homecoming for Robinson, who began her career as an anchor at WUAB.
In a statement announcing her hire, the station called Robinson “one of the most respected journalists in Northeast Ohio.” Read more