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PelicanGuy

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  1. WWL morning meteorologist Dave Nusbaum is headed to Birmingham. He gave his last weathercast Christmas Eve. He didn't say when he will start nor what station he's going to, but said he will work the same shift he worked at Channel 4.
  2. WGNO is in hurricane mode. Looks like they got new graphics and a new set just in time.
  3. A 1988 precursor to WWL's "Spirit of Louisiana" promos that started in the 1990s. The entire clip features ads and Eyewitness News promos.
  4. Here's the open from the first episode of "informed Sources" in 1984 on WYES, in which anchors and reporters from various media in New Orleans discuss issues affecting the area. Marcia Kavanaugh Radlauer is still at WYES. You can rewind to the very beginning to see the current open., in which the theme has not changed one bit. The show still airs weekly on WYES.
  5. Yes, let's see. I can recall WWL, WDSU, WBRZ and WVUE periodically going live with each new advisory since Friday. Even this morning, WWL even carried a news conference from Jefferson Parish officials regarding preparations. The coverage will only ramp up across Texas, SW and SE Louisiana and the Mississippi Coast.
  6. Speaking of John Paul II, here is WWL's special on the Pope's visit to New Orleans in September 1987, narrated by Angela Hill.
  7. WWL's Alexandra Cranford has self-quarantined herself after some travel.
  8. And STILL can't win at noon.
  9. Agreed, @CircleSeven. They normally just wear tuxedos and formal gowns. I guess they got tired of being called prude and lightened up a little.
  10. New Orleans TV and WWL Radio reports that former WDSU sports anchor Vince Marinello died Feb. 21 at Dixon Correctional Center in Jackson, La., about 45 minutes north-northeast of Baton Rouge. He was 82 and appeared to have died of natural causes. Marinello was serving a life sentence for the 2006 murder of his estranged wife, Mary Elizabeth, in a parking lot in Metairie. He also worked for WWL Radio and WTKL Kool 95.7 FM (now WKBU).

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