Detroit Fox Station Makes Anchor Moves

By Kevin Eck 

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Amy Andrews, Deena Centofanti, Maurielle Lue and Roop Raj will all have new roles at Detroit Fox-owned station WJBK.

Andrews has been promoted to weekday morning anchor. She’ll sit alongside Jay Towers on the FOX 2 Morning News.

Centafanti and Lue will team up to anchor The Nine. Centofanti will anchor weekdays, while Lue will anchor from Monday to Wednesday.

Raj Roop will take Andrews’ place at 11 a.m. and Lue’s position on The Nine. Lue will continue anchoring from 4:30 to 6 a.m. weekdays and on weekend mornings with co-anchor Charlie Langton.

“We are fortunate to possess a wealth of talent in our morning show lineup,” said vp and news director Kevin Roseborough. “Amy is a presence in the studio and a tireless community supporter outside the station. Her pairing with Jay Towers matches two of Detroit’s best broadcasters. Deena is known to a generation of metro Detroiters through her anchoring and insightful health reports, and Maurielle’s polish and personality make her a powerful force on morning television and in social media.”