Torres told TVSpy she will continue reporting for Milwaukee CBS affiliate WDJT. Both WDJT and Telemundo Wisconsin are owned by Weigel Broadcasting and share news resources.
WPRI news director Karen Rezendes told TVSpy, “The station wishes her the best in her future endeavors.”
Kraemer re-enacted the pivotal scene in the first “Anchorman” movie when Ron Burgundy famously told San Diego what to do with its collective self.
The video features various celebrity Wichitans…Wichitonians…Wichitaters…residents of Wichita and the voice of uber-anchor Bill Kurtis.
He tweeted the video out explaining what he did with the lemons life handed him with a link to the video:
— Justin Kraemer (@JustinKraemerTV) January 10, 2014
“We did talk to her this afternoon. She’s in good spirits,” said the anchor for the ABC owned station. “She’s actually grateful for all your good wishes, the messages you’ve been sending. We do hope to have her back as soon as she recovers from her surgery.”
Krashesky said Yu will soon undergo a second surgery after breaking her left leg in a traffic accident last weekend.
Kathy Brock, who was filling in for Yu at 4:00 p.m. added, “And the really good news about this if there is any good news, she broke her leg in Florida.”
According to Chicago media writer Robert Feder, the anchor for the ABC owned station may have been involved in a motorcycle accident. Feder writes Yu “was out of town when the accident happened, according to colleagues at WLS-Channel 7.”
>UPDATE: Yu posted a message to viewers on her facebook page.
Yu anchors the station’s 4:00 p.m. newscast alongside Alan Krashesky.
WPTV station manager Lloyd Bucher told TVSpy Davis starts January 20.
“I am leaving behind a lot of friends and people who are like family,” Davis told The Roanoke Times.
Rochester’s WROC has changed how it looks at the weekly programming schedule.
According to The Democrat and Chronicle, the CBS affiliate said it’s shifting its main anchor team from the usual Monday to Friday schedule to Sunday through Thursday in hopes of taking advantage of the big numbers CBS sees on Sunday nights.
“More people watch TV on Sunday evening than any other night of the week,” said managing editor and anchor Kevin Doran in a statement. “It is our responsibility to present the news when viewers want to see it.”
According to MLive.com, Shaw is reducing her workload on to spend more time with her family.
“I’m thrilled to be making this schedule change and, more importantly, my family is too,” Shaw told MLive. “I’ll have the opportunity to report more through the day in addition to all my anchoring duties and still be home with my family at night.”
Shaw, who started at the Grand Rapids, MI, NBC affiliate in 1994, will stay on as the anchor for 5:00, 5:30 and 6:00 pm. and will also begin anchoring the Noon news starting today.
Quevedo posted the news on her facebook page as well as tweeting it:
As of today I not longer work for Univisión. I will miss everybody. My Univisión family.
— Teresa Quevedo News (@TeresaQuevedo34) December 30, 2013
Quevedo has anchored at KMEX since 1997. Media Moves reports, in 2011 Quevedo was replaced at 11:00 p.m. by Felicidad Aveleyra.
The two Terzis anchored the 4:00 and 5:00 p.m. news for Connecticut FOX affiliate WTIC yesterday.
The more tenured Terzi wrote about it on his facebook page, “Very exciting for both of us! I think it’s a first for Connecticut television!”
After the Terzi’s tossed to Meteorologist Rachel Frank for her first weather forecast Frank said, “Terzi and Terzi. I love it here today.”
Al later agreed with his son in a tweet the experience was a dream come true.
— Al Terzi (@AlTerzi) December 27, 2013