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On the Move

- September 24, 2015 |

In recent months several of IF Management’s news clients have moved to new networks and stations:

Clarissa Ward heads to CNN as a Senior International Correspondent based in London.  She previously worked for CBS News.

Shirleen Allicot is the new Weekday Noon Anchor at WABC in New York.  She moved there from WPVI in Philadelphia.

Akiko Fujita moves to Singapore as a Correspondent for CNBC Asia Pacific.  Recently she’s worked as a freelance anchor and correspondent for Yahoo Finance.

Dianne Gallagher leaves WCNC in Charlotte, NC and is going to CNN as a Reporter based in Washington, D.C.

Mireya Villarreal heads west to be a Correspondent for CBS News in Los Angeles.  She was formerly an investigative reporter at KTVT based in Dallas.

Rahel Solomon returns home to Philadelphia to start work at KYW.  She was previously at KCNC in Denver.

Christian de la Rosa moved back east to report at WGCL in Atlanta.  He was formerly a reporter in San Diego at KSWB.

Julie Martin returns to Myrtle Beach to work for WMBF as their Main Anchor.  She left the Weather Channel and WXIA in Atlanta.

Samantha Roberts is the new Weekday Morning Meteorologist at WOIO in Cleveland.  She moved there from WWBT in Richmond, VA.

Alex Hoff heads to KYW in Philadelphia from WHTM in Harrisburg.

In other news:

Meg Oliver has returned to CBS and is working as an Anchor for CBSN, the network’s digital platform, as well as a Fill-In Correspondent for the network.

Todd Piro, who works at WVIT in Hartford, has recently been a Fill-In Anchor on MSNBC and NBC News.

Jericka Duncan has been promoted from CBS Newspath Reporter to Network Correspondent.

Victor Blackwell extended his contract with CNN; he will remain the host of New Day Weekend and continue as a Correspondent for the Southeast Bureau.

Bill Karins has made a commitment for another term as a Meteorologist at MSNBC.

Amy Lutz recently re-signed at WPMT in Harrisburg as their Weekday Morning Anchor.

Joe Arena has renewed his deal as the Weekday Morning Anchor at WPXI in Pittsburgh.