A couple of Anchor jobs are opening up at one Cincinnati station.
WCPO has posted two Anchor openings to replace Julie Dolan (pictured) and the retiring Carol Williams.
Dolan has hosted "The Now Cincinnati" since it premiered two years ago and Now she's leaving.
"Julie Dolan is leaving at the end of November. She recently got married and will be relocating to Louisville where her husband lives and works," says Jeff Brogan, WCPO general manager.
Williams, Channel 9's main co-anchor since 1986, announced last December that she would work part-time this year, anchoring at 5 and 6 p.m. Williams will retire at the beginning of next year, Brogan said.
Tanya O'Rourke was promoted in January to 11 p.m. co-anchor with Craig McKee.
For the evening weeknight co-anchor position, the station wants a "newsroom leader" with a "dynamic on-air presence" who has at least 10 years experience as an anchor.
"The Now Cincinnati" listing says the station "is seeking a host for our new hard-news focused 4 p.m. newscast, presenting content in a creative and active presentation style."
Active presentation style? So do you do yoga while anchoring the news?