On the Move, 6/6/13

By Merrill Knox 

Mark Greenblatt, a former national correspondent for ABC News in New York, has joined The E.W. Scripps Co. as national investigative correspondent.

Meteorologist Alexandra Wilson has joined The Weather Channel in Atlanta. She most recently worked at WHNS in Greenville, S.C.

After 13 years at CNN, Jacqui Jeras returns to local television as a morning meteorologist for WJLA in Washington, D.C.

Bill Kelly has joined WSYX in Columbus as chief meteorologist. Previously, Kelly servied in the same role at KHQ in Spokane.

Meteorologist Erica Grow joins WUSA in Washington, D.C. from WTNH in New Haven.

Bill Spencer joins KPRC in Houston as an investigative reporter. Spencer has spent the last 14 years at WXYZ in Detroit.

Dave Summers joins KNSD in San Diego as a reporter. Previously, Summers worked at WKYC in Cleveland, where he has been a reporter, anchor and investigative reporter for 14 years.

Cheryl Lemke moves back to her hometown as she joins WOWT in Omaha as the weekday meteorologist. Lemke joins WOWT from The Weather Channel.

Anita Blanton, who was most recently an anchor and reporter for KOCO in Oklahoma City, joins WAVY in Norfolk.

Tenikka Smith, a reporter at WSOC in Charlotte, has been named the weekend morning anchor for sister station WAXN.

Meteorologist Allison Chinchar joins WXIA in Atlanta from WKRN in Nashville.

Stephanie Ramirez has joined WEWS in Cleveland as a multimedia journalist. Ramirez previously worked at News 12 Brooklyn in New York City.

Terrence Lee jumps 126 markets as he joins WEWS in Cleveland from WMDT in Salisbury, Md. Lee will be a multimedia journalist at WEWS.

Derica Williams has joined WITI in Milwaukee as the weekend morning anchor. She most recently worked at WALA in Mobile, where she was an anchor and reporter.

Reporter Evan Anderson joins KWTV in Oklahoma City from WWL in New Orleans.

Journalists in this post are represented by Eatman Media Service.

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