Happy Friday to those who celebrate! It’s time for some of the stories we didn’t get to this week.
In this week’s edition, we see some newsroom subtractions in Hartford, Connecticut and Rochester, New York while San Antonio adds two.
Here we go:
WFSB reporter Roger Susanin has been promoted to morning anchor at the Hartford station. Susanin, who has worked as a reporter at Channel 3 for the past seven years, took to Facebook to announce his promotion. Click here
WROC anchor Ally Peters is leaving the Rochester station after nearly two years. Click here for more.
KENS in San Antonio is welcoming two new faces to the team. Hannah Tiede is the newest general assignments reporter to join the KENS 5 newsroom. Andrew Moore is the TV station’s new investigative reporter. Click here for more.
WKBN anchor Dave Sess (pictured) is celebrating 25 years at the Youngstown, Ohio station. Click here to read more.
Erin Kennedy and Megan Glaros are pulling few punches in Broken News, a video podcast that has become a kind of group therapy for current and former local TV journalists. The former colleagues at Chicago’s WBBM launched the podcast as a vehicle to process their frustrations and incredulities about a business they say is rife with abuse and misogyny. Click here for more.