Saying it's time to "return to the street for some reporting," veteran news anchor Mark Suppelsa is giving up his side job on Eric Ferguson and Kathy Hart's top-rated morning show on Bonneville International hot adult-contemporary WTMX-FM (101.9).Mark Suppelsa
Lou CanellisVeteran Chicago sportscaster Lou Canellis, who's been handling morning sports duties and Bears football coverage for WFLD-Channel 32, has been promoted to main sports anchor at the Fox-owned station.In moving up to the 9 p.m.
In the two months he's been off the air, former WFLD-Channel 32 news anchor Jeff Goldblatt has been enjoying the summer with his wife and four kids, doing a little fishing, and pouring coffee for patrons at Kevin's Place, a lively neighborhood diner in north suburban Deerfield.
Another round of Robservations on the media beat: You can't blame them for being a bit rusty after all these years, but Bill Kurtis and Walter Jacobson got off to a less than elegant start Wednesday as the new 6 p.m. anchor team on WBBM-Channel 2.
Move over, Joel Weisman: After 32 years as a Friday night fixture on public television WTTW-Channel 11, "Chicago Week in Review" is about to get a little competition. Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review Plans are in the works for Fox-owned WFLD-Chann