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KING News Director Cheryl Carson

>>Seattle station cancels newscasts before big move
>>KING-TV to make unofficial debut Saturday morning
>>Tegna promotes assistant news director in Seattle
>>Fox abruptly boots two news managers in Houston
>>Former Charlotte news director gets the axe
>>Longtime Chicago news manager is forced out
>>New York cops arrest man who threatened reporter
>>Donald Trump settles lawsuit against Univision
>>President Obama appears on Ellen DeGeneres Show
>>Former Virginia anchor booted from "The Bachelor"
>>Megyn Kelly is now "TV's Top Newswoman"
>>Has Super Bowl viewership finally peaked?
>>Dallas reporter quits to follow husband's job
>>Tucson reporter heads to Birmingham station
>>Former Alaska reporter hired by jail system
>>Broadcasting is America's 8th most stressful job
>>More than 50,000 people like Arkansas puppy
>>Mrs. B wishes you a happy St. Valentine's Day



Thursday, February 11
>>Former Atlanta anchor gets another DUI wrist slap
>>Trial date set for Boston reporter's felony DUI trial
>>CNN to move its International Desk to Atlanta
>>Chris Cuomo to suspend Twitter feed for Lent
>>Does CNN have a Countdown Clock addiction?
>>Trump thanks his "supporters" at "Morning Joe"
>>Fox News draws 4.2 million viewers for primary
>>Former Tampa anchors insist they weren't forced out
>>Charlotte sports director booted after 3½ years
>>Turner NBA reporter's harrowing return from leukemia
>>Milwaukee meteorologist recovering from stroke
>>Bonehead waves gun behind WNBC reporter
>>BBC crime show host's striking bad guy resemblance
>>Buffalo station refuses to submit Emmy® nominations
>>Arkansas news director boots morning show mascot
>>Mrs. B digs to the roots of the National Weather Service

Wednesday, February 10
>>Ideological inflexibility at Fox News and MSNBC
>>Brian Williams gets high marks for primary anchoring
>>CNN to share PBS coverage of Democratic debate
>>82% of Charlotte households tuned to Super Bowl
>>Far-reaching implications of Redstone lawsuit
>>Weather Channel meteorologist reveals cancer
>>Tampa station continues to shed high-priced talent
>>Long-suffering OK City sports anchor promoted
>>District attorney hires former Buffalo news anchor
>>Sinclair installs a new general manager in Michigan
>>Telemundo breaks ground on Miami headquarters
>>Seattle station prepares to move to new HQ
>>The NBA halftime interview every reporter dreads
>>AP Stylebook says "voicemail" is now one word
>>Mrs. B ekes out a grammar lesson

Tuesday, February 9
>>Fox Sports wanted reporter to look like Erin Andrews
>>Hairdresser was hired, facelift was considered
>>Super Bowl halftime drew enormous TV audience
>>NBC News pulls documentary on controversial doctor
>>Megyn Kelly's book deal worth $10 million
>>ABC vehemently denies paying for "GMA" interview
>>Iranian state-run TV network suspends news director
>>Colorado station sued for sexually exploiting teen
>>Rosanna Scotto's son escapes criminal record
>>Arkansas TV executive arrested for fraud
>>Tegna hires a news director in Houston
>>Shreveport anchor lands on Kansas cable
>>Former Montgomery meteorologist resurfaces
>>Longtime Harrisonburg meteorologist to retire
>>Raleigh station adopts a peacock mascot
>>Mrs. B is more eager than anxious

Monday, February 8
>>CBS Sports earns praise for avoiding Super Bowl gaffes
>>Cam Newton's petulant, sulking post-game interview
>>Megyn Kelly promises to tweak Trump at next debate
>>Trump's special contempt for women reporters
>>Nexstar and Cox Communications kiss and make up
>>Veteran Chicago anchor may be planning retirement
>>Dallas morning reporter to anchor in Portland
>>Tribune hires a general manager in Denver
>>Tampa station hires a reporter from Harrisburg
>>OK City morning anchor quits for time with family
>>Veteran Buffalo reporter to work for Catholic Diocese
>>San Diego reporter undergoes six hours of surgery
>>Rochester meteorologist returns from heart transplant
>>District attorney sues Nashville station for $200 million
>>Pennsylvania politician wants Weather Channel apology
>>CNN anchor reveals sexual harassment by news director
>>Iranian news director asked for sex with news anchor
>>Belgian reporter groped by men during carnival live shot
>>Mrs. B goes back to Kindergarten

Thursday, February 4
>>Chicago news photog robbed at gunpoint in San Fran
>>Erin Andrews coaches Victoria Secret football team
>>Canada's CBC News takes slap shot at Carolina Panthers
>>Las Vegas viewers may watch Super Bowl in Spanish
>>Les Moonves replaces Sumner Redstone at CBS
>>Cancer claims former "On Your Side" news director
>>New York anchor to return from medical leave
>>Fox entertainment reporter calls it quits
>>Veteran Dallas reporter moves to real estate
>>Houston sports anchor out after just 18 months
>>Harrisburg anchor quits for advertising career
>>Nielsen doesn't measure streaming of digital shows
>>Vice Media CEO promises to "fuck shit up"
>>IBM quietly closes on purchase of Weather Company
>>CNN hires former Philadelphia mayor as commentator
>>BREAKING NEWS: Car lands on roof of house
>>New DC newscast could be produced in Richmond
>>Media General expands the Buffalo news hole
>>Employment options limited by noncompete
>>Mrs. B separates climatic from climactic

Wednesday, February 3
>>San Diego reporter nearly paralyzed by falling tree
>>ESPN reporter undergoes surgery for chest tumor
>>Idaho meteorologist on leave after rape arrest
>>Trump says skipping Fox debate cost him Iowa
>>Philadelphia O&O expands morning news block
>>San Fran O&O debuts temporary Super Bowl studio
>>Oakland O&O avoids Super Bowl strike by photogs
>>Local TV reporters in Bay Area resort to clichés
>>CBS and NBC to split "Thursday Night Football"
>>Meredith Corp. is on the prowl for acquisitions
>>Egyptian Jon Stewart to host show on Fusion
>>Univision flagship shuffles anchors in Los Angeles
>>Former Hartford anchor hired as New York reporter
>>Veteran Tampa reporter out the door
>>Veteran Denver investigative reporter moves to PBS
>>Roanoke station gets a new morning co-anchor
>>Orlando reporter learned how to fall from tree
>>Groundhog Day director gave him a train set
>>Mrs. B hopes you aren't centered around yourself

Tuesday, February 2
>>San Diego news crew seriously injured by falling tree
>>Idaho TV meteorologist charged with date rape
>>NAACP president resigns after ogling Phoenix reporter
>>Veteran Boston anchor hired across the street
>>Former CBS News reporter to anchor in Denver
>>Legendary Houston anchor breaks hip in fall
>>TV pundits and pollsters got it wrong in Iowa
>>Brian Williams apologizes for caucus expletive
>>Loud and arrogant Minneapolis host courts viewers
>>Scripps works a retransmission deal with TWC
>>ESPN launching a morning show after Super Bowl
>>NFL reporter introduces "Nommy Graminated" singer
>>CBS Sports lays 32 miles of cable in Santa Clara
>>NFL successfully monetizes a "press conference"
>>17,500 fans paid $27.50 each to watch interviews
>>Mrs. B hopes you don't catch ZEE-ka

Monday, February 1
>>Super Bowl Media Day is now Super Bowl Opening Night
>>2,700 miles, 244 gallons, and one blowout in the desert
>>Debate drew second-biggest audience ever for Fox News
>>British news anchor says Trump tried to seduce her
>>Cox Cable boots 13 Nexstar stations in ten markets
>>News director changes in Salt Lake, West Palm
>>CNN reporter dies of staph infection at age 32
>>News department shuttered at Miami station
>>Houston reporter heads to New York franchise
>>Indianapolis sports reporter calls it quits
>>Fired Toledo producer crosses the street
>>Contracts expiring at ESPN's "NFL Countdown"
>>Fox News contributor sues El Lay strip club
>>Barbie no longer looks like a Fox News reporter
>>Mrs. B's politics are her own business



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