Despite reports making it sound like MacDowell found out about the move after returning from vacation, Forsyth told TVSpy the switch was discussed before MacDowell’s time off.
The Times-News reports Forsyth said MacDowell will add “in-depth, investigative stories that will affect the people of this community.” She also said MacDowell will serve as a newsroom mentor.
MacDowell has been in the TV news business for over 20 years. He has also worked in Minneapolis, MN, and Miami, FL.
- KSL Political Reporter Named Congressional Communications Director
- KCEN Meteorologist Says Gunman Never Spoke: 'He Just Started Shooting At Me'
- Reward Doubled in Search for Gunman Who Shot KCEN Meteorologist
- Marsha Bonhart Leaving WDTN