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New York TV Gets a Little Help From Their Friends

New York TV stations are enlisting help from their O&O friends covering the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. As we told you yesterday, WFOR (CBS) South Florida reporter Ted Scouten is in New York covering the storm and aftermath for both his station as well as WCBS. And today on WNBC, we spotted WTVJ (NBC) South Florida reporter Julia Bagg in Belmar, New Jersey along the Jersey Shore. And further north, Jim Rosenfield, of WNBC sister station WRC in Washington, DC, is in Keansburg, NJ on the Raritan Bay. In the case of Rosenfield, it’s a return to WNBC. He was the anchor of “Live at 5″ from 2000-2005.

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WFOR Reporter Covering Sandy Gets New York Welcome

Ted Scouten, a reporter for WFOR, the CBS affiliate in Miami, got a rude welcome when he came to New York to cover Hurricane Sandy.

Scouten was standing in the Rockaways section of Queens when a wave poured over the sea wall he was standing near. The Miami reporter turned it into a teachable moment saying, “This is exactly why we tell you to stay away from situations like this.”

“CBS This Morning” also aired the video.  You can see their take after the jump. Read more