Colorado's majority voted to legalize marijuana but 4 News digs up every negative story they can about the industry. Personally, if I had to choose one city to witness my most awkward work relationships, I would choose Denver. But he gracefully accepted a demotion to the morning show and midday anchoring assignments. Because she's never been the main anchor at the station, her contracts may never have ballooned in ways that no longer make economic sense for local outlets, and with Arakawa leaving, management may be reticent to bid her farewell, too — at least for now. This does not set women back! I wish there were a whole channel dedicated to awkward interaction between co-workers who hate each other.
Undoubtedly adjustments have been made since that first deal expired, but we'll bet Nelson's compensation remains on the high side — and that's just the kind of thing that raises the ire of today's bean counters. When new owners come in, they generally look for ways to save money. Channel 4 News is still one of the only stations that very seldom has anything good to say about the marijuana industry. So all in all, that's the best market to hate your co-anchor in. When he first came to 7News in 1995, he was a prime-time anchor who proved unable to turn around the signal's fortunes. Lombardi's currently working for the Nuggets and Avalanche cable channel, Altitude.
That's a helluva run, especially at an outlet that has tended to trail one or more competitors in the ratings for the vast majority of her tenure. Though this is one of the more blander channels that Denver has to offer the news is more or less accurate. Everybody who is watching the local news is either so old that they're basically senile, super high, and haven't changed the channel in days, or snowboarders who aren't really paying attention until the weather and powder reports come on. Like Jelniker, his 7News counterpart, he's gone from evenings to mornings — and that's usually a sign that a broadcaster is more interested in holding onto a steady position than in finding another way to be an outlet's biggest star. But the Colorado native chose to come back to Denver in 2011 in order to take over the main anchor gig at Fox31. But her years of experience could actually be seen as a liability, not an attribute, in today's broadcasting environment. For the sake of Benemann's long-term employment, let's hope the size of that tag didn't create expectations that are no longer reasonable in today's broadcasting world — because if they did, the next conversation over a contract extension could turn awkward.
The 4 types they fought against were abortion products, which is against their beliefs. He joined 9News as a reporter in 1983 and took over as morning-show anchor in 1989. When accountants are looking to slice budgets, sports is often the first place they look, and that's not a happy development for Bienvenu or anyone else with this specialty. The less real the better. Just watched the coverage of the supreme court ruling for hobby lobby. But given the number of local luminaries who've vanished from the Denver airwaves in recent years, including , , , and from 9News alone, you can bet none of them is taking his or her gig for granted. When asked directly about Mackey's future back in February, 9News president and general manager Steve Carter stressed that the station had no plans to bid him farewell.
Which leads to the inevitable question: Who's next? This selflessness suggests she'll able to keep her head down while those of others around her are getting chopped off. I will never go back to channel 4 News until they wake up and realize they are on the wrong side of this issue. Leigh was hired in 2008, when salaries in the mid-six figures seemed like the price of doing business. But with those standards getting smaller with each passing year or maybe month , that's hardly a guarantee that she's safe. Hobby lobby offers 16 different types of contraception in their insurance.
For one thing, he's only been at the station since 2007. You know, that kind of thing. Such flexibility is likely to be key in determining how much longer he can hold down a studio seat. Can' t any station tell the truth? That program has been a cash cow for decades now, and with Dyer and many other co-stars gone, he's the last link to its early days. I do not watch your News anymore due to your one sided view on the subject.
. They're not anymore, and that makes anyone who scored big during that era potentially vulnerable. However, I do think News from 4:00p. Clark stands apart from other people on this list in at least a couple of ways. Do you hate your deskmate at work? The next one almost certainly won't be as robust. Even if the show isn't a big ratings blockbuster, it serves as an effective showcase should Clark have ambitions to move to a bigger market or a cable-news operation.
How embarrassing would that be? Presumably his pay has moderated since then. This mentality will serve him well the next time his boss starts thinking about lowering his pay. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Well, you shouldn't feel too bad about that, because it could be so much worse. Nelson was a huge get for 7News in 2004, having been lured to the station after thirteen years at 9News — and no doubt a lot of dollars and cents contributed mightily to his decision.
Moreover, she's got a reputation for being willing to take on any anchoring task, without regard to glamour or a lack thereof. Channel 7 News now has 360 and gives all the views on the subject. For another, he's clearly a management favorite, since he's been given a show of his own, complete with his moniker in the title: Next With Kyle Clark. Alden C on 3-26-2010 complained that during the day in Denver is soap opera ville. But because he's been around for more than fifteen years, he probably accounts for a sizable share of the talent budget at the outlets, which were both sold by their previous owner, Tribune, to Sinclair Broadcasting as part of a nationwide transaction valued at a jaw-slackening earlier this month. And one of the first things they tend to notice is a touch of gray.