Wednesday, September 2, 2015

NBC10's Jamison Uhler is southbound

The Media-born reporter/fill-in anchor gets a new job.

NBC10's Jamison Uhler is southbound

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Jamison Uhler

To answer the question, "Jamison Uhler leaving NBC10?" that was raised today on Laura Nachman's media blog:

The answer is yes. He's going to Tampa for an evening anchor's job at WFTS, the ABC affiliate, which goes by Action News, according to sources at both stations.

Uhler, who's 34 and grew up in Media (Penncrest High '93), did not return a call for comment. He's been at NBC10 for more than four years, after a stop in Orlando.

His finale on City Avenue is not known.

WFTS's evening newscasts are at 5 and 11 p.m.

In a statement Monday, NBC10 said his last day will be April 30.

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