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Camille Edwards might be looking for a job!

Hell naw hell if camille were news director when natalie went into labor hell she would have retaliated against her etc

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Loving the doppler radar as the background for the set tonight.

They need to change it up. So sick of the top of the rock cam!

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Supposedly someone at WNBC is looking to move to a lead anchor position at WXYZ in Detroit, Marc Santia (formerly of WDIV) is being talked about most...

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Supposedly someone at WNBC is looking to move to a lead anchor position at WXYZ in Detroit, Marc Santia (formerly of WDIV) is being talked about most...

 

Any evidence on that?

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I can back up that that's the name floating around.

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Anybody know if Santia has anchored at all?

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I get where they’re coming from. But this may be another mistake in the making. For WBTS they got the ND or someone similar from WABC and now they got the AND from WPVI. Both stations are powerhouses and are licenses to print money. They’d have to severely screw up to fail at this rate. Now that’s not saying they weren’t successful or increased viewership.

 

I imagine WNBC is doing alright as they bumped her up.

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Starting today, News 4 NY at 4 will have 20 minutes of non stop news similar to what sister station WCAU has been doing at 4pm...this means the first block will run uninterrupted from 4- 4:20 with no commercials.

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Notice since sometime in October at the start of Today In New York, Michael Gargiulo is no longer doing that long intro,

"Welcome to Today In New York, the only local newscast on the air at 4am every morning with up to the minute news, weather and traffic the minute you're up."

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Notice since sometime in October at the start of Today In New York, Michael Gargiulo is no longer doing that long intro,

"Welcome to Today In New York, the only local newscast on the air at 4am every morning with up to the minute news, weather and traffic the minute you're up."

 

What a mouthful.. and a waste of viewers’ time. Save the promos for commercial breaks.

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I have not seen Kerry Barrett in recent weeks reporting during Today In New York. Today I noticed  on her latest Instagram post someone asked "Are you ever coming back to the morning news". Her response "I'm not unfortunately".

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This year's News 4 Holiday Sing-Along was recently posted on the station's web site and Youtube page yesterday. "Deck the Halls" is this year's song. Unlike the previous sing-along promos, the promo made a cameo appearance from The Grinch and his puppy sidekick Max from the animated film of same name, which is voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch and Frank Welker and it is animated by their sister animation studio Illumination Mac Guff in France using Autodesk Maya. The 2016 Holiday sing-along has using the characters from another Illumination film, "Sing" had also made cameos in the promo.

 

 

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