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One year later, still no chief meteorologist at WCMH

Discussion in 'The Weather Lab' started by ColDayNews, Oct 17, 2017.

  1. ColDayNews

    ColDayNews Managing Editor

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    Over a year after longtime chief meteorologist Jym Ganahl's retirement, WCMH-TV in Columbus, Ohio has not named his successor.

    A check of nbc4i.com:

    David Mazza - 6:00pm, 11:00pm meteorologist
    Ben Gelber - Weekend meteorologist
    Tara Lane - 5:00pm, 5:30pm meteorologist
    Bob Nunnally - AM and midday meteorologist


    Is this a Nexstar thing or a station management thing?

    I'm for giving David Mazza the chief job... he's represented the station very well at their events (i.e. Shred-it Day, Red, White & Boom!, Firefighters 4 Kids, etc.) and he's very experienced. Good delivery as well. Sidenote: the cut of Canvas used for their severe weather cut-ins sucks.
     
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    Last edited: Oct 17, 2017
  2. ColumbusNewsFan

    ColumbusNewsFan Primary Anchor

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    Point blank it should be Dave Mazza. The guy took over and can wear that Chief Meteorologist title well.
     
  3. ColDayNews

    ColDayNews Managing Editor

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    Tara Lane has been doing their forecasts for WNCI as of late, is she being considered for the chief job over David Mazza?
     
  4. ColtFromGulfcoast

    ColtFromGulfcoast News Director

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    Not all Nexstar stations do that. KTAL only has three. Patrick Dennis in the mornings and during the day. Todd Warren, who is the chief meteorologist and Josh Marcisz (who is also the weekday reporter) on weekends.
     

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