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Greg Mills out at CBSLA

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Greg Mill, who worked at the duopoly in Southern California announced Saturday, September 6th, that he is leaving Los Angeles for Phoenix. Mills has worked in the LA broadcasting field for almost two decades. Greg is not leaving for a new job in Phoenix, however wouldn’t mind working part time.
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Someone correct me if I'm wrong but I don't think Greg was full-time at KCBS/KCAL? I'm only using the fact of whether or not his bio was ever on the station's website, but I know he reported somewhat often. I don't think they're really hiring any new reporters in LA right now, but the duopoly could really treat their other freelance reporters better once the situation improves -- Laurie Perez, Brittney Hopper, Joy Benedict, etc. But anyways, best of luck to Greg.

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Oh wow best of luck to him. I remember he was freelancing reporting as well as filling in  anchoring weekends at KNSD before going to CBS. 

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