“We are in the process of interviewing meteorologists for our open position,” KARK news director Rob Heverling told TVSpy today via email, talking about the vacancy left by Brett Cummins, who resigned from his chief meteorologist post last week after he was found asleep in a bathtub with a dead body.
While the station searches for Cummins’s replacement, weekend meteorologist Greg Dee is working weekday mornings and Darby Bybee, who joined the station last month from Lincoln’s KLKN, has taken over Cummins’s former spot on KARK’s nightly newscasts.
The Little Rock NBC-affiliate currently has a job posting up on its website.
The job posting reads…
KARK-TV is looking for a weekday broadcast meteorologist. KARK is located in Little Rock, Arkansas where we experience a variety of challenging and interesting weather conditions.
We are looking for a meteorologist capable and confident durning a tornado outbreak. We are Arkansas`s Weather Authority. KARK has invested in the latest weather technology to ensure our mets have the tools they need to do their jobs at the highest level. If you are interested please send your resume and DVD to Rob Heverling, News Director, KARK-TV Channel 4, 1401 W. Capitol Ave., Suite 104, Little Rock, Arkansas, 72201