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Kevin Lewis Joins WJLA From WNDU

After three years at WNDU in South Bend, Kevin Lewis is leaving for WJLA in Washington, D.C.

“For those familiar with Kevin’s work, and work ethic, it really is not that surprising.  The guy can do it all and do it superbly,” news director C.J. Beutien wrote in a memo to WNDU staffers. “…We will miss his competitive spirit and his constant strive for excellence.”

Lewis, who is an investigative reporter and weekend anchor at WNDU, will sign off on August 4. He will begin as WJLA’s Montgomery County bureau reporter on August 26.

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Joel Schipper Joining Central Florida News 13

Joel Schipper is joining Central Florida News 13 as weekend anchor, the Orlando Sentinel‘s Hal Boedeker reports.

Schipper comes from WNDU in South Bend, where he is the weekend anchor. He will sign off from the station after six years on Saturday.

As weekend anchor, Schipper replaces Adam Longo, who joined KPHO in Phoenix. Schipper will anchor the weekend evening newscasts and report during the week for Central Florida News 13, according to Boedeker.

WNDU Asks ‘School Two Easy For Kids’?

It was just a terrible time for a typo: earlier this week, South Bend NBC-affiliate WNDU ran a graphic with the phrase “School Two Easy For Kids” for a story about education.

WNDU was reporting on a new study in which millions of kids said that school was too easy. 
[Via Gawker]

Katherine Rufener to Join News 14 Carolina

Katherine Rufener is leaving WNDU, the NBC-affiliate in South Bend, for a reporting job at News 14 Carolina.

“Just finished my last on-air report here at WNDU,” Rufener wrote on Facebook this morning. “I will greatly miss everyone here as I head on to report in Wilmington, North Carolina.”

Rufener, a reporter and fill-in anchor at WNDU, joins the regional cable network in mid-June.

WHDH’s Michelle Relerford Set to Join WMAQ

Michelle Relerford, a weekend anchor and reporter at Boston’s WHDH, is leaving the station to join WMAQ in Chicago.

Relerford will start at WMAQ — Chicago’s NBC O&O — on September 6. She joins the station as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor. This will not be her first time reporting in the Chicago market — prior to joining WHDH, Relerford was a freelance reporter at WFLD, the Fox O&O. She has also reported at WEWS in Cleveland, WNDU in South Bend and WBOC in Salisbury, MD.

Relerford is the third on-air personality to depart from the Sunbeam-owned WHDH this month. The station is currently auditioning in-house for replacement anchors for Frances Rivera, who is joining WPIX, and Matt Lorch, who is joining KCPQ.