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PHOTOS: 2013 Suncoast Emmy Awards

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Some photos from the 2013 Suncoast Emmy awards, courtesy the Suncoast Chapter Flickr feed

WPLG meteorologist Trent Aric all smiles with his gold
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WTVJ reporter Roxanne Vargas with husband:
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WPLG meteorologist Trent Aric with WPLG weather producer Aliana Perez
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L to R: WFOR CBS4 anchor/reporter Marybel Rodriguez
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WSVN anchor Belkys Nerey took her fierce mom as a date to the Emmys:
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WSVN anchors Mike Marza and Craig Stevens
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L to R: WPLG reporter Ben Kenney, with we think Amanda Stanley and Matthew Fuhrman
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L to R: WPTV investigative reporter Shannon Cake
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All smiles with their gold – WPLG weather producer Aliana Perez with WPLG meteorologist Trent Aric
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L to R: WPTV GM Steve Wasserman, WPTV news director Mike Garber, WPTV station manager Lloyd Bucher
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WFOR investigative reporter Michelle Gillen, with former WFOR reporter Gio Benitez now reporting at ABC News
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WPLG reporter Ben Kennedy
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WFOR reporter David Sutta
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Former WFOR reporter/anchor Jorge Estevez horsing around with his lady. He’s now at WFTV in Orlando.
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6 COMMENTS

  1. Had no clue who this lil red headed cubanita was til I viewed this thread.

    Not certain of her journalistic prowess….but certainly easy on the eyes.

  2. Trent is a trouper. Glad someone recognized his talent because his own station dumped all over him and every one over there knows it. Hope it leads to a bigger and better position.

  3. I used to be all about NBC6. It WAS my source of news but over the years with their loss of great taelnt, terrible switch to nbcmiami.com, and rather poor management, I moved in the direction of Channel 7 (I, too, am a fan of their graphics), but even more recently I’ve been watching Local 10 whenever I’m in SoFla. I’ve been really impressed with them lately, and you can’t go wrong with true, full HD.

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