Morgan joined WXIX in 2010 as the weekend morning meteorologist. She will sign off from the station when her contract expires on December 31. “We certainly don’t blame her for taking his opportunity, because we have a chief (Steve Horstmeyer) and we are very happy with him,” general manager Bill Lanesey told the Enquirer.
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Hutson is a multimedia journalist for Little Rock, AR, CBS affiliate KTHV.
Arkansas TV News reports Hutson said, “It’s the home of the Bengals, the Reds, Jerry Springer and soon the newest reporter for WXIX Fox 19 Lisa Hutson. I’m happy to announce me & Wayne Cross (sic) will be moving to Cincinnati, OH this December to take on a new challenge.”
According to her bio, Hutson started her career at the age of 15. She was a production assistant shooting news and sports for local channel TV3.
“Journalists are asked to wear many hats, particularly in the morning,” WXIX news director Kevin Roach said in a statement. “Jacki strikes the right balance between being a strong serious journalist, while also the kind of person who will put a smile on your face in the morning.”
Jing started her career in Binghamton, NY. Before moving to KDVR-KWGN, she worked at WWLP in Springfield, MA.
The station said she will start in November.
“So this is how Rob does my hair,” said Marzullo grabbing a can of what looked like spray paint.
“Do you see he’s bald right here?” said Williams with the camera zoomed in on Marzullo’s bald spot as he sprayed the dark mystery matter on Marzullo’s dome.”See how it covers a little bit? See how that works? And just so you know, this is like part of my job.”
“It is,” affirmed Marzullo. “You negotiated that in your contract.”
Williams later told viewers the product was called Hair Powder by Bumble and Bumble just in case you, too, want to live the miracle that is spray hair in a can.
In a rare moment of transparency revealing the oft-hidden world of local anchor contracts, WXIX general manager Bill Lanesey confirmed with TVSpy he told the Cincinnati Enquirer’s John Kiesewetter Gray is leaving after she turned down the station’s multi-year offer.
>UPDATE: Gray confirmed with TVSpy it was her decision to leave adding, “I can’t comment more, except today that I am exploring my options.”
“We feel we made a very fair offer for her to stay with us for multiple years, which did not include a reduction in pay. She even told me that she felt it was a very fair offer,” Lanesey told the Enquirer. “But she said it was in the best interest for her and her career to leave.” Read more
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.
Limor will not appear on Channel 19 until later this fall, pending her negotiations with [WCPO]. Her hiring shows that news director Kevin Roach — a former [WCPO] assistant news director hired in March, who had worked closely with Limor there for years — is serious about investigative reporting at Fox 19.
Limor shifted to part-time at WCPO last year in order to teach journalism at the University of Cincinnati. She will continue as a professor in her new role at WXIX.
Schneider joined WXIX earlier this year after 14 years at WFMJ in Youngstown, Ohio. Since joining WXIX, he has been reporting for the morning newscast as well as occasionally filling in on the anchor desk.
In his new role, Schneider will co-anchor the 6:30 and 10 p.m. newscasts alongside Tricia Macke, replacing Ben Swann, who signed off from WXIX in May. Schneider will work on WXIX’s investigative reporting team and on WXIX’s “Reality Check” segments.
Kent-Smith, who has been news director of WWBT-WUPW, Raycom’s NBC and CW affiliates in Richmond, will become the company’s regional news director. In her new role, she will have oversight of WWBT-WUPW as well as WOIO-WUAB in Cleveland, WTOL-WUPW in Toledo, WXIX in Cincinnatti, KOLD in Tucscon, WTNZ in Knoxville and WFLX in West Palm Beach.
As Kent-Smith transitions into her new role, she will be replaced at WWBT-WUPW by Jones, who joined the stations in 1992 as a producer. He has served as executive news producer and, most recently, assistant news director.
“We have an amazing group of people here at NBC12 and this is a great opportunity. It is a competitive market and I couldn’t ask for a better staff,” Jones said in a statement. “They are dedicated and determined and I look forward to my new role leading Richmond’s number one news team.”
“Amy is an aggressive, hard working, experienced local reporter and all around terrific person; and she is a native of Cincinnati,” said Kevin Roach, WXIX news director.
Wagner will anchor on Friday and Saturday nights. Her first day will be next Tuesday, July 16.
“Amy’s knowledge of our community makes her the perfect addition to our local news team,” said general manager Bill Lanesey.
From 2004 until 2011, Wagner worked for Cincinnati’s WLWT before leaving to work for Susan G. Komen of Greater Cincinnati. Wagner has also worked at WLKY in Louisville, KY, and WBKO in Bowling Green, KY.