Sunday Talk

Face the State WFSB 11 am

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Host: Dennis House

Budget Cuts

Guests: House Speaker Brendan Sharkey(D) and House Minority Leader-elect Themis Klarides(R)

Unemployment and Social Media: Bob Ruffolo – Impact Branding

Flashback:

Governor-elect John Rowland’s 1994 wedding. Reporter Greg Coy

 

CT Capitol Report FoxCT Sunday 10:30am

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Host: Tom Dudchik

 

The Real Story Fox CT Sunday 10:30am

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Host: Jenn Bernstein and Al Terzi

Joseph Kask, Blum Shapiro – Annual CBIA Survey

Assisted Suicide Discussion: Tim Appleton with Compassion and Choices and Peter Wolfgang of the Family Institute of CT

Regina Roundtree of CT Black Republicans and Conservatives

 

The Stan Simpson Show Fox CT Saturday, 6:30am, online at

http://www.ctnow.com/stan

 

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Focus on Connecticut News 12 Saturday: 7:30am, 11am, 2:30pm, 7:30 pm Sunday: 2:30am, 7:30am, 11am, 1:30pm, 5:30pm

Host: Tom Appleby

Secretary of the State Denise Merrill(D)

 

CTN: Capitol Report: Week in Review Sunday at 8pm replays of: The Real Story (8:30pm), Face the State (9:00pm), The Stan Simpson Show (9:30 pm)

Morales Follow up

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Follow up now on a story we told you about last week.

NBC News and the Today show family have found several ways in recent days to address rumors of a possible staff shake up. The reports included claims that former NBC CT anchor Natalie Morales was being pushed out and that she was in discussions with another network.

Another report suggested that Matt Lauer intervened to save Morales.

Thursday Morales and Willie Geist made light of the recent reporting on air.

It seems everyone is secure for now.

Welcome Home

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After time in Burlington, Vermont and Great Falls, Montana – Matt Austin of Simsbury has finally found his way home.

Austin has joined NBC CT as a freelance reporter. He went to college at Syracuse University. He’ll be working weekends at WVIT on general assignment stories.

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Regular listeners to NPR may have noticed a change in the Morning Edition newscasts this morning. NPR has shortened the top of the hour newscasts to make more room for the main show.

H/T – to our old friend Mike Allen(former Hartford reporter for the New York Times) of Politico.

MEDIA WATCH — NPR TIME CHANGES — Per NPR: “What very attentive listeners might notice during MORNING EDITION is: Top of the hour newscast will be a minute and half shorter so Morning Edition will start sooner. No NPR newscast at 30 minutes past the hour. Listeners will hear NPR headlines at approximately 20 and 40 minutes past the hour. And for ALL THINGS CONSIDERED: Breaks provided to stations will be longer so they have opportunities to do 4 minute cutaways.”Graphic of New Morning Edition clockhttp://bit.ly/1wMpgak New All Things Considered clock:http://bit.ly/1t1QUhj

AJ Walker

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AJ Walker is leaving WTNH to join NBC CT as an investigative reporter on the station’s Troubleshooter team.

Walker is a multi-media journalist who has also worked at TV stations in Cincinnati and South Carolina.

Francis Claims Bias

204x204-melissa-francisFormer WFSB reporter Melissa Francis, now an anchor at Fox Business, told viewers on her program Friday afternoon that she “was silenced” by management when she worked at CNBC over her reporting on the Affordable Care Act – known by many as “Obamacare.”

Francis charged the “liberal media” is refusing to cover the story of a former Obama administration healthcare consultant who was caught on video tape referring to the American people as “stupid” for believing in the ACA.

Francis made the claim that when she worked for CNBC she was “called in” by management and told she was “disrespecting the Office of the President” by telling her viewers the math of Obamacare simply didn’t work. On Fox, Francis added, every criticism she made against the ACA turned out to be true.

Kristafer to CT Style

 Event Emcee & Game Show Host: Ryan Kristafer
Ryan Kristafer on Facebook:
Just signed 2-year contract with WTNH News 8 to host Connecticut Style with Teresa Dufour, Monday thru Friday, following Good Morning America. Very excited for this new journey Thank you to everyone who has encouraged me to achieve my dreams – I won’t let you down .
Yes, son of Jerry, who’s well-known in the Connecticut radio market and currently hosts mornings on WJMJ-FM.
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