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On the Move, 8/7/14

Alexandra Field has been named full-time staff correspondent at CNN in New York. She had been a freelancer there.

Marc Cota-Robles joins KABC in Los Angeles as a reporter and fill-in anchor. He previously worked at KION in Salinas, Calif.

Erin Kennedy has been named weekday morning anchor at WBBM in Chicago. She comes from WKYC in Cleveland.

Dorian Warren joins MSNBC as a contributor. Warren is an assistant professor at Columbia University.  Read more

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Joe Danneman Named WXIX Sports Director

Joe Danneman has been named sports director for Cincinnati FOX affiliate WXIX, effective September 23, TVSpy has confirmed.

According to The Cincinnati Enquirer, general manager Bill Lanesey announced the news to the staff saying, “I know this has been a very emotional couple days around here but I wanted to end the week on what I’m sure all of you will find to be great news. Joe Danneman will be the next Sports Director at WXIX.”

Friday was the last day for both Sheila Gray, who rejected a contract offer from the station, and traffic reporter Stephanie Woods who is moving to Philadelphia.

Danneman started his career at Raycom owned WXIX in 2001. In 2009, he left to work at Raycom’s Evansville, IN, station WFIE and returned to WXIX in 2011.  He replaces Brian Giesenschlag who will leave the station September 22.

Traffic Reporter Denise Johnson Joins WXIX

Former WCPO traffic reporter Denise Johnson is joining rival WXIX, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Johnson parted ways with WCPO, the Cincinnati ABC affiliate, last year. “I’m very excited about being back on the air. I have kept myself busy for 1-1/2 years, doing a lot of different things. I didn’t realize how much I missed it,” Johnson told the Enquirer.

She will make her official debut on the Fox affiliate September 1. She replaces Stephanie Woods, who is leaving the station and moving to Philadelphia.