CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - Two of Channel 3's most successful reporters will add new responsibilities to better serve viewers in the Tennessee Valley.
Callie Starnes will join Greg Glover as co-anchor at night for Chattanooga's #1 rated 11:00 newscast. Viewers will continue to see Callie and Greg reporting for the station's afternoon newscasts.
"It is a privilege to bring the news to Channel 3's loyal viewers," said Callie Starnes.
"This television station has such a rich history and I look forward to continuing that tradition of excellence alongside Greg."
Viewers can watch Antwan Harris as Weekend Anchor for Channel 3 Eyewitness News. He will continue to report three days during the week.
Callie and Greg reported live from Detroit during the official unveiling for the Chattanooga-built Volkswagen Passat. She has also covered local patients at the St. Jude Research Hospital in Memphis as well the local Jefferson Award winner during a recent assignment in Washington, DC. Callie's reporting on Twitter during the Tonya Craft trial in Catoosa County, Georgia was the first of its kind in the viewing area.
Callie joined WRCB from the NBC affiliate in Macon, Georgia three years ago. She has been honored with awards from the Associated Press, Society of Professional Journalists, along with earning the prestigious Edward R. Murrow award during her time at WRCB.
Antwan also worked with Callie at the NBC affiliate in Macon. He has been honored by the Associated Press for his reporting.
"I look forward to continuing the excellence that our weekend team has built," said Antwan Harris.
"I'm very excited about this opportunity as Weekend Anchor. It allows me to build a more personal connection with the viewer while still delivering the stories they care about."
Tuesday, July 25 2017 12:16 AM EDT2017-07-25 04:16:35 GMT
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