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Succession Plans

One month after being honored by the Connecticut Foundation for Open Government, PBS NewsHour lead anchor Judy Woodruff may be about to retire. Variety reports...

High Marks From One Observer

Greenwich High School graduate Jen Psaki left her role as White House press secretary Friday. On her departure, there were a few stories of her...

Besthoff On Mend

NBC CT reporter Len Besthoff says he is doing well and eager to get back to work soon. He was struck by a car...

Malveaux Off Politics for Now

Former New England Cable News(NECN) reporter and long-time CNN reporter/anchor Suzanne Malveaux will not be covering Washington, D.C. politics - and specifically the White...

Hoffer’s Home

Former Fox 61, News 8, and WABC reporter Jim Hoffer is focused on the current chapter of his life, not those that came before. He...

Big Year?

Gray Television, which owns WFSB in Connecticut, sees 2022 as a big year for ad revenue from political campaigns. Gray CEO Hilton Howell is predicting...

Run for the Roses

In case you didn't know, Saturday's NBC Sports broadcast of the Kentucky Derby was produced by Lindsay Schanzer, a graduate of New Canaan High...

Carlson Conquers

It is a profile the length of a novella with multi-media analysis to back up its conclusions. The New York Times - three part series...

The Return of Raus

The long anticipated return of Amanda Raus to Connecticut television news is complete. The former NBC CT and Fox 61 reporter has joined the team...

Trending

Less than six months after WFSB's Ayah Galal became the first woman wearing a hijab to anchor a local newscast in Connecticut the barrier...