Happy Friday to those who celebrate! It’s time for our weekly post of things we didn’t get to, otherwise known as the roundup.
This week we look at a former WNEP anchor who will be featured on Investigation Discovery show Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry? And a Phoenix station raises eyebrows over an on-air mistake during an election test. Here we go:
KSAZ, Kari Lake‘s old local Fox owned station, was testing its voting graphics when accidentally put up a graphic showing the former anchor and current candidate for Governor was losing the election to her Democratic rival. The station posted an explanation on Twitter. Click here to see what they said.
Shane Hinton has moved to the mornings for Austin, Texas ABC affiliate KVUE. Click here for more from Mike McGuff.
Last Friday, on the day Taylor Swift released her new album Midnights, WCAU reporter Sheila Watko dropped over 20 on-air references to Swift’s new offering. Click here to watch.
Former WNEP news anchor Marisa Burke will be featured in the television documentary series, Who The (Bleep) Did I Marry? The story is based on her memoir about how her personal and professional life were upended when her husband was arrested for having inappropriate relationships with younger men. Click here for more.
Michelle Li (pictured) a St. Louis-based news anchor who went viral after a viewer told her she was “very asian” for talking about her holiday food choices has written a book called A Very Asian Guide to Korean Food which hit stores last week. Click here for more.