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KVOA announced weekend staffers; Skype improves access KVOA announced weekend staffers; Skype improves accessKVOA announced weekend staffers; Skype improves access


28 November 2010

KVOA stated about two personnel moves that alter the face of its weekend newscasts: Promoting part-time reporter Emily Guggenmos and rehiring John Overall to take the vacancy on the weekend anchor desk left by Rebecca Taylor.
Guggenmos, who joined KVOA as a part-time reporter in February, has been filling the position along with Danielle Todesco since Taylor left at the end of October. Guggenmos will move to full time Jan. 1.
Overall once filled anchor positions on the weekends at 4 p.m. for KVOA, but left the station in 2008. He was working at KTVL in Oregon until June, when he left for Phoenix, where his wife got a job.
He'll join Guggenmos on the anchor desk Dec. 13.
"I am thrilled to be rejoining my friends at KVOA," Overall said. "I have a lot of respect for the entire team at the station, and I am grateful for the opportunity." Skype works as fallback option for TV reporters Technology and budget restraints have increased options for TV field reporting. I've noticed several stations speaking to on-location reporters via Skype.
Although the images are grainy and the sound quality seems to be a step down from a satellite transmission, Skype works well in a pinch.

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