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Anchor Stephanie Maxwell Joins WSOC

Stephanie-MaxwellCharlotte ABC affiliate WSOC has hired Stephanie Maxwell as an anchor/reporter. Maxwell will co-anchor the station’s morning newscasts alongside Allison Latos.

For the last 5 years, Stephanie has been the primary evening anchor at WAPT in Jackson, Mississippi. Prior to that, she was a news anchor and reporter in Greenville, S.C. and New Bern, N.C., and she is a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill. She’s very excited to be coming back to the Carolinas.

“Stephanie is a hard working journalist with proven capabilities,” says Julie Szulczewski, News Director for WSOC/WAXN TV. VP and General Manager Joe Pomilla added “Stephanie’s enthusiasm is contagious. She will be a great addition to our morning team.”

Maxwell starts at WSOC in January.

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Megan West Moves to Evenings for WAPT

Megan-West-jpgWAPT has announced morning anchor Megan West will anchor the 5:00, 6:00 and 10:00 p.m. news.

For the past four years, West has co-anchored the Jackson, MS, ABC affiliate’s morning show.

“No more 1:30 a.m. alarms,” West said in a statement. “For much of the past eight years, I’ve loved being part of the way people in Central Mississippi start their day. Now I want to be the voice they hear as they are ending it.”

She will join co anchor Stephanie Maxwell starting next Monday, March 24.

WAPT Welcomes 2 New Members to News Team

WAPT, the ABC affiliate in Jackson, MS, has added two new members to its news team: anchor Travell Eiland and sports director Aslan Hodges.

Eiland, who will anchor the morning broadcast alongside Megan West and meteorologist Ethan Huston, has been an investigative reporter for WBBH in Fort Meyers since 2009. He joins WAPT on August 16.

“We’re committed to the mornings, and Travell will make us stronger,” station president and general manager Stuart Kellogg said in a statement. “People all over the community are asking who’s accountable for issues that affect them. Travell is committed to finding answers.”

Hodges will join the station’s 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts on August 10. He will contribute sports reports to the evening broadcast alongside Stephanie Maxwell, Darren Dedo and chief meteorologist David Hartman. Hodges was most recently the sports director at KBZK-KXLF in Bozeman, MT.