FOXCT Launches News At 5 Monday With Terzi/Morris

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terzi[1]There is new news at Fox Ct…literally.

The Hartford-based station is adding a daily one hour  5 p.m. newscast beginning Monday, Jan. 28.

“This makes FOX CT news the only station in the market bringing viewers 52
hours of local news programming every week, almost 50% more than any other local news station”, said Richard Graziano, vice president and general manager
of FOX CT/WCCT-TV and publisher, president & CEO of the Hartford Courant.
“We’re proud to be a station that is growing and expanding to serve the ongoing
viewing needs of our audience.”

Al Terzi and Alison Morris will anchor the show, joined by meteorologist Rachel
Frank and sports director Rich Coppola.

FOX CT’s “The Real Story” anchor and award-winning reporter, Laurie Perez will
join Brent Hardin at the anchor desk during the FOX CT News at Four, along with
meteorologist Rachel Frank.

“Viewers are turning to us because our team works 24/7 to be relevant,” said
FOX CT News Director Coleen Marren. “We care about protecting and informing
viewers so they are constantly aware of all local news and weather events.”

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One thought on “FOXCT Launches News At 5 Monday With Terzi/Morris

  1. Dennis Andrews

    Richard Graziano, or whome it may concern.

    I really don’t understand when a company has a great team working together why they need to change just to pacified Al Terzi, nothing against Laurie Perez ut cou;dn’t she be on with Al.

    Changing the news people around by putting Alison Morris, Rachel Frank with Al Terzi so Al Terzi can have his own news spot, why do this, does Al need these two popular people to get his newspot a chance of making it

    Fox leaves me no alternative than to watch channel 4 or 8. I started watching again when you made the change with Brent, Alison and Rachel.

    Wherever l goes I’ll continue to change stations.

    If Brent Hardwin, Alison Morris and Rachel Frank are on at 10pm I might continue watching the news report.

    Dennis Andrews

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