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|Two MMJ's departing CNYCentral|
Utility journalists Chris McGrath and Caitlin Nuclo are departing the stations of CNYCentral later this month. Both are multi-media journalists. Both have also worked as producers and anchors at the stations during their two years there.
Nuclo will be taking the short trip from James Street to Bridge Street to join the reporting staff of WSYR-TV, Newschannel 9. Caitlin is a Connecticut native and graduated from UConn. She began her career at WBNG in Binghamton, then joined CNYCentral. She begins her new job June 11.
McGrath is heading south. He will begin work on June 11 as the morning reporter on WPBF, the ABC affiliate in West Palm Beach, Florida. Chris is a Newhouse grad and joined CNYCeantral after graduation two yeas ago. He was recently honored by the Syracuse Press Club with its Newcomer award.
Good luck to both Caitlin and Chris in their new jobs.
|Last Updated ( Thursday, 24 May 2012 02:17 )|
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