By RODNEY HO/ email@example.com, originally filed Friday, June 10, 2016
Elle Duncan began her career at ESPN on Monday at 11 a.m. co-hosting “SportsCenter” and her first show went off without a hitch.
The former Atlantan was best known for her time on V-103 before moving to Boston in late 2013 to cover sports full time.
Here’s how she played it on Instagram:
In a bizarre snafu last Thursday evening, 11 Alive aired the first half of a new episode of “Jeopardy.’ But after a commercial break, the station replayed the second half of Wednesday’s episode.
John Deushane, the general manager, said there was some sort of technical snafu involving a back-up server that has never happened before. He said unfortunately, the network is not allowed to re-air the episode properly. So if you want to know who won and what questions/answers were posed, you’ll have to go here.
Deushane, by the way, was named “Broadcaster of the Year” by the Georgia Association of Broadcasters (GAB) this past Friday. Since he joined WXIA-TV six years ago, the station has won GAB’s Station of the Year four times and multiple Emmys for “Station Excellence.” The station pulled in 25 Emmys this past Saturday.
1340/WIFN-AM, known as the Fan 3, is now carrying CBS Sports instead of Fox Sports. It covers the core part of Atlanta for the handful of folks who still listen to that part of the AM dial.
Suchita Vadlamani hasn’t lived in Atlanta for many years since she left Fox 5’s “Good Day Atlanta” in 2010. But it appears she has not sold her Atlanta residence – until now. She posted an update on Facebook: