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Galka to Sinclair

Matthew Galka is joining Sinclair as a national correspondent based in Washington, D.C. Previously he was D.C. correspondent for CBN. Galka has a Master's in...

Russo Leaves 3

After five years in Springfield and Hartford Audrey Russo is leaving WFSB. The Oneida County native suggests she will have more to say soon about...

Waxxing the News

Gray Television is expanding its Eyewitness News offerings in Connecticut on WFSB sister station WWAX - The Wax. Beginning April 15, local viewers can see...

McDaniel Sacked

* Four days after being announced onto the stage of NBC News as a $300,000 a year political analyst, former Republican National Committee chair Ronna...

Firestorm – Day Two

As we noted Monday, all NBC News platforms are heavily populated with former Republican and Democratic officials, operatives, and elected officials. We have also...

Sarah-Ann Shaw, 90

A Boston broadcast news legend, Sarah-Ann Shaw, has died at age 90. She was Boston's first Black woman to be an on-air news reporter. She...

The Elephant in the Room

At what point did NBC News approach Ronna McDaniel - or vice versa - and decide "yes, we need her to be part of...

Scarborough Reaches 50

Stamford resident Chuck Scarborough has reached 50 years reporting the news for WNBC in New York. He'll officially reach the milestone at 6p.m. Monday night...

Jackson Continues Upward

Former WFSB reporter Hallie Jackson has been named the anchor of the Sunday edition of NBC Nightly News. The network thinks enough of her talent...

Cordero Joins ABC News

Former NBC Connecticut reporter Christiane Cordero is leaving ABC7 in Los Angeles to join the network(ABC) as a multi-platform reporter. Cordero moved to Los Angeles...