December 13, 2010 by staff
Amy Freeze, Fox-owned WFLD-Channel 32 is in negotiations to meteorologist Tammie Souza, sources said. Souza has previously worked at WFLD under former general manager Pat Mullen. Souza was also a journalist weather weekend for NBC-owned WMAQ-Channel 5, before joining Channel 32. Souza is now chief meteorologist for WTSP-Channel 10 in Tampa, Florida WFLD need more bodies in the meteorological department. Amy Freeze is the reporter lead météorologiques. Bellis Bill will join the weather team WFLD in late February. The station has also renewed the contract of general assignment reporter Darlene Hill’s. Hill became a star at WFLD when she managed to get a copy of a video of the brutal beating of student Derrion Albert. Hill was the lead reporter on the story of Albert, and she was instrumental in helping WFLD win a prestigious George Peabody Award for her coverage. The station confirmed that the special projects reporter Mark Saxenmeyer WFLD leave later this month after a series of 17. His contract was not renewed. The streams in the ranks of the news department WFLD and the absence of any major lift in the new assessments continue to annoy a few people out there that still work. A closed meeting Thursday morning of WFLD CEO Michael Renda and News Director Carol Fowler with Dennis Swanson, the executive who oversees all the television channels owned by Fox, has provoked a new wave of speculation about what might happen. Well informed sources close to developments said the meeting was convened to discuss the consolidation of the news station.
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