FTVLive is hopping in the The FTVLive Thunder Hummer (take that CNN) and making the 6 hour drive down to southwest Florida, for what is likely my last golf tournament of the year.
I qualified for the Florida State Mid-Am which unfortunately is down in Sarasota. It's a very long, very boring drive.
Like we say, the old people live in Florida, their parents live in Sarasota.
The FTVLive Intern will be stepping in to take you through the rest of the week. Feel free to continue to email your stories and tips.
While I'm gone, try to be nice to each other and don't post any smiling selfies from murder scenes.
Not sure what a "Can" driver is, but apparently they are going to go on strike tomorrow in Chicago.
Plan your day accordingly.
Screen grab from WMAQ
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Napoli Management Group reports the following client moves:
Martha Sugalski joins WFTV in Orlando as primary anchor. Previously, Martha was primary anchor at WESH in Orlando.
Rudabeh Shahbazi is promoted to primary anchor at WFOR in Miami after less than two months there as morning anchor.
Scott Light moves to WBNS in Columbus to be the new 5:30pm anchor and political reporter. Prior, he was an anchor at WGCL in Atlanta.
Adrienne Moore is promoted to weekday evening anchor and reporter at KOVR in Sacramento from weekend anchor.
More moves after the hop.Read More
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You see it happen quite often on social media. Someone post a cool picture and soon a TV station or network is asking if they can have permission to air the photo with credit.
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