The revolving door at WISH in Indianapolis continues to spin quickly.
Now, Reporter Teresa Mackin has announced her departure, joining a growing list of on-air personalities to leave the station over the past 18 months.
Mackin will leave WISH in mid-April to take a communications job at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus.
Since joining WISH in early 2012, Mackin has been a reporter during evening and morning newscasts, most recently working on WISH’s Daybreak morning news. She also occasionally filled in on the anchor desk.
Mackin, a Green Bay native came to WISH from WKOW in Madison, Wisconsin.
Mackin’s departure comes on the heels of WISH’s loss last month of popular meteorologist Robb Ellis, who left to take a job in his hometown of South Carolina, and sportscaster Amanda Maynard, who left the station to move to Oregon for personal reasons.
In the last 18 months, WISH also has parted ways with anchor Eric Halvorson, news director Steve Bray, investigative reporters Karen Hensel and Troy Kehoe, meteorologist Pamela Gardener, and reporters and back-up anchors Dustin Grove, Jessica Hayes and Daniel Miller.
Mackin and officials for WISH could not immediately be reached for comment.