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New Hires at WTVH, CBS 5

CBS 5, WTVH-TV is adding three more "Multi Media Journalists" to its staff.  That is a growing trend in the broadcast industry, as some stations are taking advantage of smaller cameras and having the reporter serve as both a reporter and photographer. here is the release from CBS 5 with information about their new employees.

Effective immediately, CBS 5 WTVH announced three more new hires to the growing news department with Megan Eaton, Catherine Hawley and Jason Douglas. This is in addition to the five previously hired multi media journalists since April.

Megan Eaton earned her Master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University’s S.I.Newhouse School of Public Communications in August 2008. While there, she interned for WBNG in Binghamton, N.Y., and was a host/reporter for Connect, a student-run television magazine show. Before graduating, Megan was the Washington D.C. Correspondent for WTAJ in Altoona, P.A. She received herUndergraduate degree in Communications at SUNY Albany, where she interned for Capital News 9.




Catherine Hawley is a recent graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia. Before moving to Syracuse, Catherine worked for the college station, Temple Update and was an avid intramural softball player. She interned at WTXF-TV and KYW-TV in Philadelphia.





Jason Douglas recently earned his Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the S.I. Newhouse
School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. While on the SU hill, Jason covered sports for
CitrusTV and z89 radio. Previously, Jason interned in the sports department here at CBS 5, as well as
WBRE in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Jason has also done work for the NBA and ESPN.








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