On the Move: Sept. 25

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

Maria Larosa is the new weekday morning meteorologist for WNBC in New York. Maria worked for The Weather Channel in Atlanta for the past 8 years and now returns to family and friends in her native New York area.

Lucy Kafanov has joined CNN as correspondent; she will be based in Denver, Co. Lucy was most recently a London-based foreign correspondent for NBC News.

John Bernstein has joined Inside Edition as an investigative producer. He was most recently with Tegna’s episodic team based in Washington D.C.


Jenna Bourne is the new investigative reporter for Tegna’s WTSP in Tampa, Fla. Jenna leaves Jacksonville’s WJAX after four years as general assignment and investigative reporter.

Alexis Riva is joining KNSD in San Diego, Calif. as investigative reporter/fill-in anchor. Alexis was most recently the Primary Weekday Anchor/Investigative Reporter for WPTA-TV in Ft. Wayne, Ind.

Meghan Moriarty is joining WJAX-TV in Jacksonville as a reporter. She most recently reported for WVIR in Charlottesville, Va.

Erica Horvatin is the new morning meteorologist for KRQE in Albuquerque, N.M. Erica moves from WBND in South Bend, Ind. where she was the weekend meteorologist.

Sharon Lawson has joined Eatman Media Services, Inc. and has signed a new deal with WAGA, Atlanta as weekday morning anchor.

Matt Greenblatt has a new contract with Scripps’s national bureau in Washington, D.C. as senior national investigative correspondent, and now also serves as the bureau’s coordinator of specialized reporting.

Will Selva has signed a new deal with the NFL Network. Will is part of NFL Net’s popular Good Morning Football program and contributes in other areas of the network’s programming.

Alex Wilson has signed a new deal as meteorologist for The Weather Channel.

Gwen Tolbart has signed a new deal as meteorologist for WTTG in Washington D.C.

Bill Spencer has a new contract with Houston’s KPRC as investigative/consumer reporter.