Brian Norcross is leaving WFOR to focus on new business. WFOR VP/GM Shaun McDonald:
“Bryan Norcross informed us today that due to the demands that
accompany his role with his new company, he has decided not to renew
his contract with CBS4 when it expires at the end of this month,”
Norcross teamed with former Hurricane Center director Max Mayfield to create AEN, America’s Emergency Network, which was bought in March. Bryan Norcross was named president and CEO and Mayfield the senior executive vice president of government relations.
David Bernard will now lead WFOR’s weather team. Bryan Norcross was CBS4’s chief meteorologist from 1996 until the end of July 2006 when he stepped down but remained the hurricane specialist during hurricane coverage.