The popular reporter, who was recently named one of the Hottest TV Traffic Reporters in the country, turned down an offer from the CW-affiliate to join the Fox O&O–a career move that she expects to lead to opportunities beyond traffic.
“We made her a very competitive offer and asked her to stay,” WPIX news director Bill Carey told FishbowlNY. “She’s leaving because she sees a path and opportunity to do more with her career beyond local news. This is the next step that will help her with that.”
Insiders tell FishbowlNY that she will not work as a traffic reporter with WNYW. Read more
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