Brian Spyros returns to Connecticut as WTNH’s newest reporter. Born and raised in Bristol, he studied broadcast journalism at Central Connecticut State University, then started his career at WFSB. From there, Brian moved to Maryland to be a reporter and bureau chief at WBOC-TV. After living in Maryland for 4 years, Brian and his wife decided to move back to Connecticut to be with family. Welcome home Brian!
Face the State WFSB 11 am
Host: Dennis House
State Senator Ted Kennedy?
Guest: Marcia Chambers, Branford Eagle
Minimum Wage and Municipal Needs
Guests: Mayor Scott Jackson (D) Hamden
First Selectman Kurt Miller (R) Seymour
Guests: Charles Willinger, Attorney for Charla Nash
Matthew Newman, Attorney for Charla Nash
Flashback: Remembering Lou Rell
CT Capitol Report FoxCT Sunday 10:30 am
The Stan Simpson Show Fox CT Saturday, 6:30 am, online at http://www.ctnow.com/stan
Focus on Connecticut News12 Saturday: 7:30 am, 11 am, 2:30 pm, 7:30 pm.Sunday: 2:30 am, 7:30 am, 11 am, 1:30 pm, 5:30 pm
Host: Tom Appleby
Larry Cafero (R)
House Minority Leader
CTN: Capitol Report: Week in Review Sunday at 8 pm Replays of: The Real Story (8:30 pm), Face the State (9:00 pm),The Stan Simpson Show (9:30 pm)
The New Haven Register ’s parent company, Digital First Media, had been negotiating with the owners of the block-long 900 Chapel St. building to move the newsroom to the 10,000-square foot space in downtown New Haven. The move was supposed to take place this August and the company’s non-editorial employees were to move to offices at a separate location. The company has since changed its mind about splitting an estimated 150-170 employees in two locations and is now looking for a single location, according to The New Haven Independent.
Stephania Jimenez is leaving her current position at NBC Connecticut to be the Evening Anchor at KZTV in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Prior to joining the NBC Connecticut News Team in 2012, Stephania was the Main Anchor at KTSM, the NBC-affiliate in El Paso, Texas. Her last day before heading to the Lone Star State is this Friday.
Bridget Albert a former New Haven Register reporter, longtime Orange Bulletin editor and most recently at the helm of The Orange Times, died Friday, March 21st at the age of 62. Albert was widely known for her love of dogs, but it was her fierce loyalty to friends that resonated with those who knew her best. Albert’s free spirit will be missed by all those who had the pleasure of knowing her.