Kingsfield told the Dayton Daily News that she was “abruptly” let go last week, with the LIN-owned station failing to offer a reason for her dismissal.
In addition to anchoring WDTN’s evening newscasts with Mark Allan, Kingsfield anchored the 10 p.m. newscast on sister station WBDT.
Viewers have taken to WDTN’s Facebook page and criticized the station’s decision to let Kingsfield go.
“We need to get a group of people of people and go protest outside the station, the GM and news director should be fired,” one user wrote on WDTN’s wall. “Guess WDTN doesnt care about ratings, if they did, they would bring back Michelle and hire more reporters, Michelle was great.”
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