On the Move, 11/22/16

By Kevin Eck 

Duane Pohlman has joined WKRC in Cincinnati, Ohio as weekend anchor and chief investigative reporter. Pohlman moves from WCMH in Columbus where he was weekday anchor and chief investigative reporter.

Jeremy Finley publishes his first novel, a thriller, to be released in 2018. Finley is a weekday anchor and chief investigative reporter for WSMV in Nashville, Tenn. and recently signed a two-book deal with the prestigious St. Martin’s Press.

Adam May has returned to local news as anchor/reporter for Hearst station WBAL in Baltimore. May spent three years in Washington, D.C. as correspondent and anchor for Al Jazeera America’s flagship magazine show America Tonight.


Tera Blake joins WKRC in Cincinnati as weekday morning meteorologist. Blake moves from Cleveland, where she has worked for WEWS since 2013.

Brandon Rook has moved to Milwaukee as reporter for Scripps’ WTMJ. Rook leaves WATE in Knoxville.

Eboni Deon returns to Orlando’s WFTV as weekend morning meteorologist. Deon last worked at the station from 2010–2013. She is presently a meteorologist at WISH in Indianapolis.

Samantha Smink is the new investigative reporter for Scripps station WPTV in West Palm Beach. Smink most recently was investigative reporter for WINK in Fort Myers.

Alyson Bruner moves to WOIO in Cleveland, Ohio as mmj/reporter. Bruner leaves Kansas City where she reported for KSHB.

Kami Carmann has signed a new deal with KDVR in Denver as sports reporter/anchor.

Gwen Tolbart meteorologist for WTTG in Washington, D.C. has renewed with the station.

Lisa D’Souza has entered into a new deal with KCTV in Kansas City as a reporter.

The following journalists are represented by Ross Eatman and Todd Foos of Eatman Media Services, Inc. Eatman Media Services, Inc. is a full-service talent agency.

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