When WFOR Was Born

When WCIX became WFOR switching places with WTVJ. And Steve Shapiro before he moved to WSVN (who knew 7 also likes borrowing other stations' former employees)
Rachel Aram who joined WFOR a several months ago is leaving the station. She and her fiance are expecting so Aram is moving to the San Francisco bay area where he works to raise their child there. Her...
Nefertiti Jaquez who reported for WFOR until a few months ago has moved on and landed a gig at the FOX affiliate in Philly as of October 1st. Her bio on WTXF web site
Got word today that Art Barron is no longer at WFOR. He joined CBS4 in 2001. Pretty soon we'll be able to count the familiar faces at 4 on one hand
WFOR's former boss Shannon High-Bassalik is joining MSNBC as managing editor of live news programming and breaking newscoverage. She will be assisting new MSNBC GM Phil Griffin who replaces Dan Abrams. Hollywood Reporter - MSNBC putting Abrams back on air TVNewser

Two Leaving WFOR

Jennifer Santiago will be leaving WFOR in October. According to the Miami Herald the station didn't renew her contract. And for a while there were rumors she's moving to LA. Yusila Ramirez is resigning for job as a media relations...
Jimmy Cefalo was seen at WFOR, and allegedly he was there interviewing for a job. A main anchor job!
So I got it wrong. Cynthia Demos will be anchoring CBS4 mornings and noon newscast. She replaces Danielle Knox. Her first day on the air is September 24

New CBS4 Anchor

Erika von Tiehl is the new 6 and 10pm anchor on CBS4 and My33. Right now she anchors the morning and noon newscasts on WKBW in Buffalo, New York. Her first day at CBS4 is October 8 WKBW Bio
Prim Siripipat is joing the CBS4 sports team as a reporter. She comes from News14 North Carolina, a 24 Hour local news network, where she worked as producer/sports reporter. CBS4.com - Prim Siripiat Joins CBS4 Sports Team