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Bay News 9 reporter Paul Mueller is heading home to New England, where he will become an anchor for New Hampshire independent station WBIN‘s New Hampshire 1 News, according to a post on New England One:
NH1 News Network will debut sometime at the end of the summer on Concord/Derry, NH based WBIN-TV.
“I am so grateful and humbled to announce the next chapter of my life God has so graciously given me. I will be leaving Bay News 9 on August 21st and beginning a new opportunity as news anchor and reporter at New Hampshire One (NH1), a start-up news channel, based out of Concord, New Hampshire” Paul shared on his Facebook page. “This job truly brings me home as my family is only a 2-hour drive away and it doesn’t get any better than that. I thank each and everyone one of you for your continued support throughout the years. These last 3 years have certainly been a time of growth and learning and with this new opportunity, the growth will continue.”
Mueller comes to NH1 News from Bay News 9 in Tampa, FL where he was a general assignment reporter based out of the stations Pinellas County newsroom. Prior to Bay News 9, he was a morning news anchor at Springfield, MA ABC affiliate WGGB-TV, and also reported for the stations noon and evening newscasts.