Orlando’s WOFL Makes Changes at Anchor Desk

By Andrew Gauthier 


Orlando’s WOFL has made some changes to its lineup, local critic Hal Boedeker of the Orlando Sentinel reported Monday. Starting next week, Amy Kaufeldt will return as Cale Ramaker‘s co-anchor at 10 pm. Kaufeldt spent September anchoring “Good Day,” the Fox-affiliate’s expanded morning newscast.

Kaufeldt came to Central Florida in 2003. Originally from Delaware, Ohio, she graduated from Miami University in Ohio. She worked at WKEF in Dayton, Ohio, and has anchored at KFB in Great Falls, Montana, and WJHL in Johnson City, Tennessee. Most recently she worked at NBC affiliate KJRH in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

A newcomer to WOFL, Sonni Abatta, will serve as Ramaker’s co-anchor at 6 pm, and contribute to the 10 and 11 pm newscasts. A 2003 graduate from Carnegie Mellon University, Abatta got a job in her hometown of Pittsburgh as a reporter for KDKA straight out of college. When her contract expired in June, she took the opportunity to join WOFL, and arrived in July.