On the Move: Jan. 24

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

Sara Zendehnam is returning home to San Francisco as a reporter for KTVU-TV. She was previously a reporter for KTXL-TV in Sacramento.

Mary Kay Kleist has been promoted to the weekday evening meteorologist role for CBS O & O WBBM-TV in Chicago.

Kylie Capps makes an 83-market jump to her hometown of Dallas, joining KDFW-TV as weekend morning meteorologist. Kylie moves from Waco’s KXXV-TV, where she was weekend meteorologist.

Jennifer Correa, a Miami native, has crossed the street in Miami and is the new weekend morning meteorologist at WFOR-TV in Miami, moving from WPLG-TV.

Eboni Deon will be the new weekend morning meteorologist at WSB-TV, Atlanta. She was most recently the weekend morning meteorologist at WFTV-TV, Orlando and moves up to Cox’s flagship station.

Liz Ortiz has moved to WBFF-TV, Baltimore as reporter. Liz moves from Spectrum News Jackson, N.C.

Dan Koob has joined KYW-TV in Philadelphia as freelance reporter. Dan moves from Louisville, where he anchored sports for WLKY-TV.

Kristin Ketchell is the new weekday morning meteorologist at Spectrum News Milwaukee. Kristin leaves a weekend morning meteorologist position with Raleigh’s WNCN-TV. Kristin recently was awarded her CBM Seal of Approval.

Alyson Bruner joins Spectrum News Milwaukee as weekend anchor. Alyson leaves Cleveland, where she reported for WOIO-TV.

Lindsay Oliver is the new weekend morning anchor with Spectrum News, Columbus, Ohio. Lindsay was formerly the main anchor for WITN-TV Greenville, N.C.

Erica Grow has signed a new contract as weekend evening meteorologist for NBC O & O, WNBC-TV, in New York.

Popular feature reporter and personality, Vittoria Woodill, has joined Eatman Media Services, Inc. and entered into a new deal with CBS O & O KYW-TV in Philadelphia.

Gwen Tolbart has signed a new contract as weekend evening meteorologist for WTTG-TV in Washington D.C.

Ryan Marshall sports reporter/fill-in anchor, has signed a new contract with KSHB-TV, Kansas City.

Cheryl Lemke has signed a new contract as Chief meteorologist for Springfield, Illinois’ WICS-TV.

Brien Mcelhatten has signed a new contract and continues as the main anchor at WPTA-TV, Ft. Wayne, Ind.