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CBS47 News Anchor Ken Malloy Announces Retirement

Malloy has spent the last 17-years at the CBS affiliate, serving as the primary anchor for the evening and nightly news.

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Fresno will be losing a long-time face on CBS47 as anchor Ken Malloy announced his retirement, with his last day coming next week on the 24th. 

Malloy has spent the last 17-years at the CBS affiliate, serving as the primary anchor for the evening and nightly news.

 The anchor has spent 38 years in the industry and has been a staple in Fresno news coverage since 2004. However, before arriving in the Central Valley, Malloy spent time in four other markets, including 11 years in Dallas.

“I want to thank God for his peace, providence, protection, and provision,” Malloy wrote. “Because of His blessings I am able to walk away from broadcasting with an attitude of gratitude. … I also want to thank everyone who has helped me over the years, including family, friends, colleagues, and loyal viewers.”

“As a local journalist, I have always strived to be a neutral and transparent conduit to tell the stories of others. I was taught context, balance, and objectivity. I was also taught to never make the story about me.”

Malloy plans to move back to Texas and enjoy his retirement years but admits he isn’t exactly sure how he’ll spend life now that his career is over. 

“For me, it’s time to write a new story — a new chapter, “Malloy wrote. “I’m not entirely sure what that will look like. … I believe for the most part, we write our own stories in life. It’s my hope and prayer that with God’s blessing, you will continue to pursue your purpose-driven life — and be the hero of your own story.”

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CNN Makes Changes to its International Coverage

Elbagir named chief international investigative correspondent, and Ripley takes over the senior international correspondent.

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CNN is making some changes to its international coverage. The network announced that they’re promoting senior international correspondent Nima Elbagir to chief international investigative correspondent, and Will Ripley will take over the role left behind by Elbagir. 

Elbagir has covered various crisis zones for CNN at the international like those in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, Libya, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, and Yemen. 

Elbagir joined CNN in Feb. 2011 as a full-time reporter and not only as she climbed that ladder within the network, but has also won some awards along the way, such as a duPoint Award and a Polk Award. 

Meanwhile, Ripley has become well-known for reporting on various issues across the Asia Pacific region, including his coverage of North Korea under Kim Jong Un. He’s also covered the protests in and changing the socio-political landscape in Hong Kong and growing tensions between Taiwan and China. 

Ripley’s new position with CNN will see him now be based out of Taiwan.

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Chad Matthews to Oversee the 8 TV Stations Owned by Disney

Matthews currently operates as the President/GM of WABC-7 in New York

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There’s some new leadership atop the eight ABC-owned television stations as The Walt Disney Company announced that Chad Matthews will oversee the day-to-day management. 

Matthews currently operates as the President/GM of WABC-7 in New York, leading the station known for the most-watched newscasts in the U.S. 

“Chad is an exceptional leader who has a track record of success, always championing innovative content and storytelling, programs that have a meaningful impact on the community overall, and achieving and maintaining the highest standards of operational excellence while driving enormous success across linear and digital platforms,” Debra OConnell, President of Networks at Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution, said. 

“His strategic vision, passion for local news, forward-thinking roll-up your sleeves attitude, and commitment to teamwork are among the many attributes that will ensure that under his leadership, our Owned Television Stations will continue to thrive.”

Matthews began his career at WABC in 2000 and two years later received a promotion to senior executive producer in 2002. 

After 12 years at the station, Matthews departed WABC for a five-year stint as Assistant News Director at NBC-owned WTVJ-6 in Miami-Fort Lauderdale. In 2017, Matthews returned to WABC. 

“I am truly honored to be given this opportunity to lead the best station group in the country! The great eight, as I like to call it. The team members who make up the ABC Owned Stations are the best in the business,” Matthews said. 

“Their talents, innovation, perseverance, and flexibility are sources of constant inspiration. I am very much looking forward to working with them to further grow the business while continuing to find new ways to super-serve our viewers and communities in a way that raises the bar for local television.”

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Report: Stephanie Ruhle to takeover Brian Williams’ Timeslot

Ruhle currently hosts the 9 am ET hour for MSNBC.

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MSNBC is ready to put the Brian Williams era behind him as Axios reports that the network will announce the plan to move morning anchor Stephanie Ruhle to the 11 pm ET time slot.

Ruhle currently hosts the 9 am ET hour for MSNBC. However, that time slot will soon be an additional hour for their marquee morning show “Morning Joe,” which at the moment runs from 6 am ET to 9 am. 

“Morning Joe” will reportedly now run for four hours as the network’s latest moves are caused by a desire to give MSNBC viewers more of the pillars of their programming. 

MSNBC has declined to comment on the Axios report on the moves they’re planning to make to their lineup. 

Williams announced in November that he would be leaving the network and officially signed off in December. Furthermore, the former MSNBC anchor was in the news this week for reportedly turning down a nightly news position with CBS. 

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