Struggling Scripps station WKBW in Buffalo is making an Anchor change on their Noon newscast.
The show was hosted by longtime Anchor Keith Radford, who is slowly making his way towards the exit.
Now the station has turned to Madison Carter to take over the Noon show.
Carter has been at the station for just 6 months, coming from WVIR, the NBC affiliate in Charlottesville, Va.
“We are thrilled to have Madison anchor five days a week,” said WKBW GM Micheal Nurse. “She is a solid reporter with a great presence on the anchor desk. She will also continue to report for the news.
Radford will continue to be the solo anchor at 5:30 p.m. and be the co-anchor with Ashley Rowe at 6 p.m.
H/T Buffalo News