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NBC 6 South Florida Announces Exciting Anchor Changes

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    NBC 6 South Florida announced exciting changes to its lineup of newscasts, including moving Jawan Strader to co-anchor the evening newscasts with Jackie Nespral, expanding Adam Kuperstein’s role to include sports and adding Eric Harryman to the morning team.

    NBC 6 South Florida today announced exciting changes to its lineup of newscasts, including moving Jawan Strader to co-anchor the evening newscasts with Jackie Nespral, expanding Adam Kuperstein’s role to include sports and adding Eric Harryman to the morning team.

    "We’re making some exciting adjustments among our talented team of journalists to better serve our viewers," said Larry Olevitch, NBC 6 President and General Manager. "Jawan has played a pivotal role in rallying our morning team and our morning audience and I am confident he will bring that presence and effectiveness to our evening team. Adam’s passion for sports is unmatched and he has a knack for uncovering unique local stories, from up-and-coming athletes to the pros. Eric is a seasoned professional and has a dynamic personality that complements our strong morning team. I can't wait to introduce our new lineup to our local viewers."

    Starting Wednesday, April 22, Jawan Strader will join Jackie Nespral to co-anchor the NBC 6 News at 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. Strader joined NBC 6 in 2012 and has anchored the morning news since February 2013.

    Adam Kuperstein will join Trina Robinson to co-anchor the NBC 6 News at 5:30 p.m. At 11:00 p.m., Kuperstein will return to his sports roots, bringing a fresh new look to covering local sports for the NBC 6 late newscast.

    Eric Harryman will join Pam Giganti to co-anchor NBC 6 South Florida Today weekdays from 4:30 to 7:00 a.m., starting Tuesday, April 21. Harryman will also co-anchor the NBC 6 News at 11:00 a.m. with Trina Robinson. Harryman comes to NBC 6 from FOX Sacramento, where he was the evening anchor. His career has taken him to television stations in Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Virginia and California.

    "We’re also adding more news gathering resources - more reporters and more photographers in the field covering the stories the people of South Florida care about most," said Olevitch. "'NBC 6 South Florida is Everywhere’ is not just a marketing slogan; it’s a promise."

    About NBC 6 South Florida/ WTVJ:

    NBC 6 South Florida / WTVJ is the NBC-owned station serving Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties. NBC 6 was Florida’s first television station and has been covering
    news in South Florida for more than 60 years. WTVJ was founded on three basic principles: commitment to the community, excellence in journalism and pioneering and innovation. Today, NBC 6 South Florida produces more than 30 hours of local news and programming per week, delivers dynamic multi-platform content on NBC6.com and COZI TV and continues its commitment to the community by cultivating local partnerships and capturing the diversity of South Florida.

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