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New Hampshire’s WBIN Ends Newscasts

New Hampshire’s WBIN has ended its sole newscast, shutting down the news operation at the independent station. The Concord Monitor has details:

The weeknight news program on WBIN was broadcast Friday, but did not return Monday night. The station’s spring program lineup went into effect this week and does not include a news program.

A WBIN official declined to comment yesterday on the end of the 10 p.m. newscast. “There are strategic decisions regarding programming that we don’t discuss,” said Periklis Karoutas, the company’s vice president of political affairs and public relations.

Only one of WBIN’s three reporters is still employed at the station, Karoutas said.

Meteorologist Al Kaprielian will continue to report on the weather for WBIN, according to the Concord Monitor. The station is now airing “OMG! Insider” at 10 p.m. weeknights.

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Steve Bottari Joins WCAX as Morning Anchor

Steve Bottari has joined WCAX, the CBS-affiliate in Burlington, as weekday morning anchor.

Bottari joins Molly Smith and meteorologist Gary Sadowsky on the morning newscast. The New England native was most recently a video intern at USA Today. He has previously worked at WBIN, the independent station in Manchester, where he was a multimedia journalist.

“It’s an honor to be part of the community,” Bottari said in a statement. “We will keep the region informed with news, sports and weather and have a little fun as viewers start their day.”

Former Republican Senate Candidate Looks to Expand Local News Programming at His Station, WBIN

Bill Binnie, a former Republican U.S. senate candidate, is planning to significantly expand local news programming at his eponymous station WBIN.

“We see a real opportunity for another important media voice in New Hampshire,” Binnie told the New Hampshire Business Review recently. “In spite of the fact that there is a great deal of media nationwide, countrywide and even in Boston, there are very few voices here in New Hampshire and we intend to be one of them.” Read more

New Hampshire’s WBIN Teams Up With Bloomberg TV For GOP Presidential Debate

WBIN, an independent station serving Boston and New Hampshire, is teaming up with Bloomberg TV and the Washington Post to present a Republican presidential debate focused on the economy.

The debate, slated for October 11, will air on both WBIN and Bloomberg TV. It will be moderated by Charlie Rose, who will ask candidates to detail their job-creation proposals while seated at a round table, surrounded by audience members at Dartmouth College.

WBIN, formerly known as MyNetworkTV affiliate WMYZ, was purchased earlier this year by Carlisle One Media. The station, which has not produced a local newscast since 2009, added a 10 p.m. newscast — anchored by Amanda Decker and Kyle Dennis — to their programming lineup last week. Read more