Where is Melanie Orlins going?

Where is Melanie Orlins going?

Melanie Orlins, who most recently anchored the morning news at a Fox affiliate in Harrisburg, Pa., will join the station July 27 and become Jordan Williams’ co-anchor on the morning newscast sometime after that. She will also anchor the noon newscast.

What happened Christy Kern?

Christy lives in Western New York with her husband, Ben, and their two cats. When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time on the beach and cheering on the Bills. She’s also a proud member of the Polish community in Western New York and enjoys volunteering with Hospice Buffalo.

Why did baglini leave Channel 4?

Baglini, who is married to WIVB weekend anchor-reporter Erica Brecher and often tweets photos of their son Matthew, is believed to have received a contract offer to remain at the station about a year ago but declined it because he wanted to work hours that would have given their family a better work-life balance.

Is Mel orlins married?

Melanie started her career in front of the camera in Tallahassee, Florida. Melanie graduated with honors from Florida State University. She enjoys spending time on the water with her husband, Max and black lab, Sioux.

Who is leaving Channel 4 Buffalo?

Erica Brecher is leaving Buffalo CBS affiliate WIVB to work in marketing at a local medical company. Brecher has worked at the station for three years.

Is Christy Kern still on Channel 4?

News 4’s Christy Kern announced her departure from the station on Tuesday, calling it a “bittersweet decision.” Christy has been part of the WIVB team since March 2016. She is an Orchard Park native.

How old is Don Postles?

Postles recently turned 69. Walker, who is the longest running anchor in Buffalo television history, has always been protective of her age.

Who is leaving WIVB?

reporter Erica Brecher
WIVB anchor-reporter Erica Brecher exiting station to take a public relations job. WIVB-TV (Channel 4) weekend anchor-reporter Erica Brecher is leaving the station after three years, but is remaining in Western New York to take a job in public relations.