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WSVN reporter Adrianna Hopkins is trading South Florida for the Big Easy, and for a job promotion (and more sleep too!). Hopkins is joining WDSU, the local NBC affiliate in New Orleans, where she will co-anchor that station's 5...
Change is in the air at WSVN. Reporter and South Florida native Eugene Ramirez will once again wake up very, very early. After three years at WSVN Ramirez is changing stations, markets and his job description. He's joining WFLA...
Two years after rejoining WFOR, investigative reporter and anchor Brian Andrews is leaving the station when his contract expires at the end of January. “It’s been a pleasure to work along side the big names in the market and...
After months of planning the real work on the WSVN newsplex has begun. The green screen behind the anchors has gone up and for the next month a pre-recorded video loop of the newsplex will mask what's really going...
TV director interviews at a TV station, they ask if he ever directed or shot car chases. He tells them that he did even though it wasn't true. Director goes home, shoots and edits his own car chase, then...
The  38TH Annual Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards were held the Westin Beach Resort last week, giving out gold statuettes in 55 categories to TV folk from stations all around Florida, Georgia to Puerto Rico. Our own WFOR walked away with...
South Florida viewers gobbled up all the NFL coverage they could last week, according to the Sun Sentinel's Johnny Diaz. The network you rarely watch but pay through the nose for (ESPN) came in at number one with 309,000...
WPLG is getting in on the help-a-viewer wagon with a new segment named 'Call Christina'. The new feature, similar to WSVN's Help Me Howard, would be headlined by Local 10 reporter, and Miami native, Christina Vazquez with local attorney...
After 14 years covering sports for WFOR, sports anchor Kim Bokamper is calling it quits. The former Dolphins player says he's retiring from the TV biz to spend more time with his daughters, and to take some time to...
Add WTVJ reporter Gilma Avalos to the list of those moving out and on to bigger and better things. She's now with Dallas CBS-owned KTVT which hired her as their new weekend morning anchor and weekday reporter. A native of South Florida Avalos joined...