Nottingham joins CBS

Wednesday, 23 March 2011 01:58 PM Written by 

nottinghamFormer WPXI weekend morning anchor Danielle Nottingham has landed a network job.

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Here's the release about her joining CBS Newspath, which means she'll likely turn up on KDKA-TV, reporting from Washington, D.C.:

Danielle Nottingham has been named a Correspondent for CBS Newspath in an announcement made today by John Frazee, Senior Vice President of News Services.  Nottingham will report for CBS Newspath, the network's 24-hour television news service to CBS stations and broadcasters throughout the world.  Her appointment is effective immediately.  She will be based in Washington, D.C.

"We're pleased to have Danielle join CBS Newspath's team of remarkable correspondents," said Frazee.  "Her talents and outstanding reporting will make her a welcome addition."

Before joining CBS, Nottingham was the weekend morning anchor at WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh, Pa., where she was the solo anchor of the Saturday and Sunday newscasts.  She also served as a fill-in anchor for the weekday morning and evening newscasts.

Previously, Nottingham served as the weekend anchor at WDJT-TV in Milwaukee, Wis., anchoring the weekend newscasts as well as serving as the primary fill-in anchor for the weekday evening news.  Prior to that, she was the morning anchor for "Good Morning Charleston" at WCIV-TV, where she received the South Carolina AP Award for Education Reporting.

Nottingham began her career at WXST-FM in Charleston, S.C., as a co-host for "Morning Drive" and was named a 2005 Distinguished Woman of the New Millennium in Media.

Nottingham holds a Master of Arts in Communication Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Bachelor of Science in Speech Communication from Syracuse University.


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