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New Orleans CBS Affiliate Looks From Within To Fill Traffic Reporter Vacancy

In CBS, Louisiana, New Orleans, Promotions on June 6, 2012 at 10:00 am

Sheba Turk (Courtesy: WWL-TV)

New Orleans native and WWL employee Sheba Turk has been selected as the CBS affiliate’s new morning traffic reporter.

According to her station bio, Turk had worked as an associate producer for the morning news since September 2011.

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New Orleans Traffic Reporter Comes Back Home To Florida

In ABC, Alabama, CBS, Florida, FOX, Hirings, Louisiana, Mobile-Pensacola, New Orleans on May 11, 2012 at 9:32 am

Christina Leavenworth (Courtesy: WEAR-TV)

Florida native Christina Leavenworth has landed back in her home state after a stint at WWL-TV in New Orleans. Leavenworth was the morning traffic reporter there.

WEAR-TV–the ABC affiliate for the Mobile, Ala.,-Pensacola, Fla., market–has given her a weekend anchor and reporter position, hiring the Niceville native last week.

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Traffic Reporter Let Go At South Florida Station

In Firings, Florida, Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, NBC on May 9, 2012 at 3:28 pm

Nathalie Pozo (Courtesy: Twitter)

It may not be the reason for her departure, but WTVJ-TV traffic reporter Nathalie Pozo is the first on-air personality to leave the station after a new general manager and news director began working at the NBC Miami affiliate earlier this year.

SFLTV.com reports Pozo had been with WTVJ since March 2010, after being hired from ABC affiliate WPBF in Palm Beach County, Fla.

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Orlando Traffic Reporter Leaves After Almost 10 Years

In ABC, Firings, Florida, Hirings, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne on January 7, 2012 at 1:20 am

Courtesy: WSYR

Courtesy: WFTV

Orlando ABC affiliate WFTV-Channel 9 has a new face for those morning traffic reports. Gone is Bob Baxa, who helped commuters with congestion information for nearly 10 years.

Orlando Sentinel‘s Hal Boedeker reports the decision was based on the fact that Baxa wasn’t actually an employee of the station.

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