Lots of people mooving around, Inculding some needed people at CBSAtlanta
Dana Jay joins WOFL in Orlando as a general assignment reporter. Jay previously worked at WSYX in Columbus, where she was a reporter and fill-in anchor.
Stephanie Stanton, a former reporter at KNBC in Los Angeles, joins Al Jazeera America as a freelance West Coast correspondent.
Annalee Penny joins WGCL as a consumer reporter. Penny moves to Atlanta from Sacramento, where she produced and anchored consumer segments on the morning newscast at KTXL.
Jo Ling Kent joins Fox Business Network as a New York-based anchor and correspondent. Kent previously was a reporter at WVIT in Hartford-New Haven.
Andy Scholes has been named an anchor and correspondent for CNN Sports and the “Bleacher Report” anchor on “New Day.” He comes from KDAF in Dallas, where he was a sports anchor and reporter.
Gary Striewski, a sports reporter at KPRC in Houston, joins NESN in Boston as a feature reporter and sports anchor.
Ali Lucia joins Fox Sports Southwest in Dallas as a reporter and host for the Dallas Stars broadcasts. Lucia previously was an anchor and reporter at WAVY in Norfolk, Va.
Scott MacFarlane joins WRC in Washington, D.C. as an investigative reporter. He previously was a correspondent at COX Television.
Stefan Chase joins WGCL in Atlanta as morning traffic anchor and host of “Better Mornings Atlanta.” Chase comes from KTLA in Los Angeles, where he was a freelance reporter.
Shyann Malone jumps 63 markets as she joins WTSP in Tampa as a weekend anchor and reporter. Malone was previously an anchor-reporter at WACH in Columbia, S.C.
Dan Spindle, previously a weekend anchor and reporter at KSAZ in Phoenix, joins rival KNXV as the morning and 11 a.m. anchor.
Christopher Sign moves from reporter to weekend morning anchor at KNXV in Phoenix.
Sportscaster Courtney King joins WITI in Milwaukee from WFFT in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Reporter Arielle Clay joins WRAL in Raleigh from WBRC in Birmingham, Ala.
Chris Tanaka, the sports director at KGMB-KFVE-KHNL in Honolulu, has been promoted to anchor of the 5 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. newscasts.
Mark Dondero jumps 80 markets as he joins WPRI in Providence from WCBI in Columbus, Miss. At WPRI, Dondero will be the weekend sports anchor and reporter.