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    Changes coming to KHNL/KFVE anchor line-up.

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    Thumbs up Re: KHNL anchor changes - breaking news

    Whoo-hoo! Stephanie anchoring solo!

    So what really prompted the change? Competitions in the morning news?
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    hmmm.. Howard is doing morning news again? That's what he did when he was on Channel 2. And from Erika's article, he's becoming the executive producer. Wonder if he will shake things up? It would be interesting to see Howard and Diane in the mornings and compete against the other morning shows.

    And I notice it's going to be a mostly all gals team on the evenings... with Jason Tang being the only guy.

    Even though they can make changes on the anchor line-up... they really need to improve their news coverage... and get rid of the "extra" fluff reports they have. KHNL had a chance to go HD, but I noticed nothing else has positively changed since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcr1652 View Post
    Even though they can make changes on the anchor line-up... they really need to improve their news coverage... and get rid of the "extra" fluff reports they have. KHNL had a chance to go HD, but I noticed nothing else has positively changed since.
    It’s funny to me that KHNL could improve their news simply by taking the advice repeated here on HT for at least four years. Over and over again. But alas, it is a thought that has either never occurred to them, or is being deliberately ignored. I vote for the latter.

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