Anchors Away: A Changing Forecast for WGME’s Craig Miller

Craig Miller
Craig Miller

Having wrapped up eight years at WGME, meteorologist Craig Miller is forecasting bright days ahead amid a new challenge in real estate. After a stint at WPXT Fox 51 in the mid-1990s, Miller worked for Citigroup as Vice President of Customer Service.

He then returned to weather, starting at WGME the weekend “after the Patriots Day Nor’easter” in April 2007. “You can always pick out a meteorologist,” says Miller. “We tend to remember things in relation to major weather events.”

 

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Anchors Away: Kate Welshofer on How a News Anchor Feeds Her Creative Side

Kate Welshofer
Kate Welshofer

Does Kate Welshofer have a story for you. Between her nightly newscasts airing across Upstate New York on Time Warner Cable’s network of 24-hour local news stations, and the videos and posts on her social media platforms, Welshofer is seemingly everywhere.

In this latest installment of Anchors Away, Cookopoly’s continuing series looking at television journalists finding new markets for their unique skills, we catch up with the Albany-based Welshofer, whose blog, No Teleprompter, No Mercy, gave rise to a YouTube channel with thrice-weekly videos that include the must-see hit, “How a Local News Anchor Makes a Phone Call,” and weekly installments featuring her cat, Brian Williams.

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Anchors Away: Shannon Moss on Reinvention and Gratitude

Shannon Moss
Shannon Moss

In this installment of Anchors Away, our continuing series looking at television journalists who are finding a new market for their unique skills, we catch up with Shannon Moss — memorable to some for the naturally curly hair she sported during her career as a news anchor at WCSH and then WMTW in Portland, Maine, and to others for the engaging way she continues to connect with people.

After leaving WMTW in 2013, Moss funded and produced the interview program Split Screen with Shannon Moss, which aired on WPXT and WPME, and recently launched a new venture, Code Gratitude.

 

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