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Alex Housden of KOCO 5's morning news said on air Friday that she wanted to apologize not only to Jason Hackett, her colleague, but also to the community, according to a video of the segment.
Housden was referring to a segment from Thursday about an ape caretaker who took over the social media for the Oklahoma City Zoo. While showing video of what appeared to be a baby gorilla, Housden told Hackett the animal "kind of looks like you. I know it was wrong and I am so sorry," Housden told viewers Tuesday.
The segment then turned to Hackett, who made it clear that he considered Housden a good friend, but that the words "cut deep for me" and he knew many in the audience who responded to the zoo segment felt the same way. Hackett went on to say that the country's demographics are changing and there is no excuse not to be aware of the kind of comments that can be hurtful to minorities.
And we have to find a way to replace those words with love and words of affirmation as well. Despite Hackett's acceptance of the apology and wish to turn the moment into something positive, some on social media were still outraged by the comment and urged the station to fire Housden.
She spoke her true feelings. When your best friend is a racist and demeans you on TV and you have no choice but to "forgive her" because you need your job. Housden showed who she is. Believe her. News Business World Sports Podcasts. Follow NBC News. Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports.
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District Judge Eugene Mathews heard testimony Friday in the lawsuit and said he will decide the case Monday. Marsh's attorneys argued Friday the non-competitive covenant in her KFOR contract is illegal and unenforceable as a matter of law.
Katsafanas testified Channel 4 has received "hundreds, perhaps thousands" of calls from people complaining about Marsh's absence. It was KFOR which promoted and developed Marsh into a popular news anchor and it would be unfair if she is allowed to work for a competitior, Katsafanas testified. Marsh will be planning a new 4 p. Katsafanas said the ratings on KFOR's morning newscast increased dramatically when Marsh joined the station.
Marsh's attorneys quizzed Katsafanas about Channel 4 hiring weatherman Mike Morgan and reporter Anthony Foster away from Channel 5, but Katsafanas said that was different because neither one of them had noncompetitive covenants in their contracts. Marsh testified she did not remain with Channel 4, even though she was promised a pay raise and the anchor slot for the 5 p.
Marsh said Katsafanas initially would not discuss a new contract with her and claimed the improved ratings for the morning newscasts were due to the new time slot. Marsh testified she then hired an agent to handle her contract negotiations with Channel 4 and that angered Katsafanas. In sometimes near tearful testimony, Marsh said she left Channel 4 for more money and because working conditions had become "hostile.
Contact Us. She accepted employment with Channel 9 to anchor a new 4 p. They also contend the language in the covenant is overbroad and unreasonable. Story continued below Archive ID: NewsOK has disabled the comments for this article.But, unlike its competitors, Channel 5 has chosen some unusual and highly visible paths to change; the station has brought itself to the brink of one of the year's two most important ratings periods the month of November with new weather and news anchors and a not-yet-homogenous news team.
The comings and goings have been made all the more evident because departing staff members have not merely moved out of the Oklahoma City market. More than half a dozen have shown up at KWTV Channel 9, one of Channel 5's strong competitors and the station now claiming the senior spot in the ratings.
Informal surveys among current and former station employees report between 30 and 33 individuals have been fired or have left the station since Long's arrival. Long has not renewed the contract of one prime-time anchor Mary Ruth Carleton.
And he has dismissed or driven away by their assessment several of his other personnel. He left four years ago to become weather anchor at KDFW in Dallas but recently was moved from weekday prime time to weekends. Several former employees who were dismissed and others who left voluntarily report the television job market is quite tight.
But others have taken pay cuts or moved to inferior markets to stay in the business. One reporter who worked on the team that produced a prestigious Peabody Award for excellence in news reporting in now works in Dallas doing public relations for C.
Another from that team moved to Houston and is selling pretzels. Long's first dismissal came within a week of his arrival. Four photographers were fired on the same day near the middle of March, after Long had been there less than two months. Long argues if these people could or would not toe his mark, they should not be working in his newsroom. He likewise denies having any "lists" or preconceived ideas of who would stay or who would go on his staff.
He says his decisions have been based on what he has learned here and the assessments he has made of the personnel. Channel 5 president Al Parsons agrees, explaining he understood Long's proposals and, though specific plans were not laid beforehand, Parsons noted he stands behind Long. Contact Us. KOCO's news team changes. Published: Sun, November 18, AM. At last word Carleton was still interviewing for several positions.
Long has shuffled remaining regulars like weatherman Fred Norman from weekday to weekend slots. Story continued below Others have become embittered enough to quit television entirely.
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