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Media General Stations Go Dark on Dish Network

media generalMedia General stations in 18 markets have gone dark on Dish Network as the two companies failed to reach a new carriage agreement by midnight Monday.

Media General owns stations in Birmingham, Mobile, Tampa, Augusta, Columbus, Ga., Savannah, Hattiesburg, Ms.,  Jackson, Greenville, Raleigh-Durham, Asheville, Charleston, Florence-Myrtle Beach, Greenville-Spartanburg, Providence, Columbus, Ohio, Roanoke and the Tri-Cities area of Tennessee.

John Carlin, an anchor at Media General’s WSLS in Roanoke, interviewed VP-GM Leesa Wilcher about the impasse. Watch after the jump. Read more

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Anchor John Carlin Returning to WSLS

WSLS has announced John Carlin will rejoin the Roanoke, VA, NBC affiliate on July 8.

“The market wants a proven journalist and dedicated community leader, and that’s what we have in John Carlin,” said WSLS vice president and general manager Leesa Wilcher. “Our mission is to serve this community by presenting newscasts people can trust, and John is a person who meets that standard.”

Carlin will anchor alongside Karen McNew (pictured left) on the 5:00, 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. news. The station said he will co-anchor the 11:00 p.m. news with Lindsey Ward during certain months of the year.

He was the lead male anchor at WSLS for 21 years before leaving the station in 2008 to pursue a career in public relations. The station posted a video announcing the move featuring an awkward high five moment. You can watch the video after the jump. Read more