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Arrivals and departures in CNY media

Newschannel 9 weekend anchor James Gaddis has left Central New York for a place where the winters are even longer, Alaska.  

Gaddis has taken a weekday morning anchor position at the CBS affiliate in Anchorage, Alaska.Gaddis was with Newschannel 9 for three years, beginning as the anchor and producer of the 10pm news on digital channel 9.2.   Good luck to James at his new endeavor.

Dave Dellecese has departed WKTV-TV in Utica for a position handling public relations at SUNY IT. Dellecese spent  six years at WKTV serving as an anchor and assistant news director at Newschannel 2.


Also departing WKTV is weekend anchor and reporter Nicole Pitt.  Nicole is joining the Jervis Public Library in Rome.  Nicole is making the move to get on a better schedule to spend more time with her young children. the Boonville native joined the station in 2010. she began her career at WTVH in Syracuse where she was a producer of several different news broadcasts.  Syracuse Media Group announced on September 11 that Steven Cvengros was named Vice president of content, overseeing the newsroom of The Post-Standard and Syracuse.com.


Cvengros previously served as the Executive Producer of MSN News. Before his lengthy online career, he served as an editor at the Chicago Tribune and the Detroit News.


And finally, Doppler is retiring. Doppler is the sidekick of CNYCentral/WSTM meteorologist Wayne Mahar.  The station reports that the familiar feline will no longer be a regular guest on Wayne's weather segments.   He is 16 years old which would translate to about 84 for people.


Happy retirement to Doppler.

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