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  1. Peggy Fox is leaving WUSA after 25 years for a Job with Dominion Energy:
  2. Autria Godfrey out at WJLA
  3. The L3s are now from the main package. All opens for the AM show are new. They previously used L3s that were similar to the KXTV/WTSP look before the most recent Tegna mandate.
  4. WUSA Morning show Get Up DC launches new graphics and welcomes new anchor Annie Yu.
  5. Weekend Anchor Debra Alfarone announces she is leaving WUSA in early October. https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1845366852165169
  6. They mentioned they lost their closed captioning service at one point so they were making sure the hearing impaired got info.
  7. Jan Jeffcoat is leaving WUSA https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10155345764887191
  8. They have been using it for prob about 6 months now.
  9. I agree. It’s too much of a mouthful. The anchors are struggling lol. I’d like a VO like: From Wjla 24/7 news, this is the evening report, on your side.
  10. Here is the open from the inaugural newscast.
  11. Seth Kovar is out at KXXV
  12. Wrc has been using the new tower for atleast 2-3 months.
  13. This may have been planned. I was watching a live stream earlier with Melissa Nord at noon yesterday and Andrea Roane mentioned the noon show would be in the old set the rest of the week. Wonder why?
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