Posts Tagged ‘Jasmine Huda’
Glammy KMOV, Channel 4 co-anchor Jasmine Huda chowed down at Protzel’s on the deli’s famous Reuben sandwich with her boyfriend, Springfield, Mo. Judge Mark Powell, on her 32nd birthday. Huda also mentioned, her boss, station prez and GM Allan Cohen, has reached the milestone of his 30th year there. . .Tyler Stephens and Michael Byrd‘s architectural firm, CORE-10 is moving to the entire ground floor of the Lindell Terrace Condominium bulding at Taylor Avenue and Lindell Boulevard from Clayton to become the only business tenant in the bulding, where 40 percent of the residents are retired architects. Interesting how CORE-10 made the move. After the owners conducted a survey of clients, asking them what features they would most like to see the firm in new digs – high-rise or ground floor? Clatyon or downtown? – they found the right spot. As for architectural business these days, most of CORE-10 is doing remodeling instead of new construction. Stephens and Byrd said more and more people are opting to remain in their current homes and fix them up to become their “dream home” instead of buying a new one.
TV and media scribe-turned-adjunct prof at Webster U. Eric Mink posted a must-read column on Bianculli’s Blog in which the columnist is quoted. (Got quite a buzz from it.) Mink asseses the media flap over the McChrystal story and it may be found in the blog’s archive of June. . .Jasmine Huda will be 10 p.m. anchor on Sundays and 6 p.m.anchor during the week on KMOV, Channel 4.
Former KSDK, Channel 5 news reporter Jasmine Huda, whose contract, with a non-compete clause for six months, has joined KMOV, Channel 4, where she is serving as field producer. Her on-air chores begin on Aug. 1. Good luck to another talented hometowner! Meanwhile, KSDK has just renewed hottie Leisa Zigman‘s contract for another three years. “I’m thrilled, that the station still wants this middle aged mom on TV,” said Zigman. “My anchoring duties will increase and I’ll continue in my role as investigative reporter.”
When former KSDK, Channel 5 reporter/anchor Jasmine Huda told her bosses that she has made “other arrangements” when her contract expired last month, could she have been referring to arch-rival KMOV, Channel 4? Huda ankled the Gannett station shortly after bosses tried to sweeten their original “best and final offer.” Local newsrooms are nattering that Channel 4′s canny Allen Cohen plans to add the personable Huda to a new lineup that will eventually be shared with news-less KDNL-TV, Channel 30. Meanwhile, the bean counters at 5 are looking for ways to replace video shot from their now-grounded chopper.