Muro Leaving WTNH

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muro_640x480_20100426103954_320_240[1]Veteran WTNH general assignment reporter Jamie Muro is leaving the New Haven station.

Muro said Saturday he has accepted a position with Sullivan & LeShane Public Relations.


“I’ve been thinking about leaving the station and this offer came along,” said Muro. “I will be doing public relations and media  relations and working as the communications consultant for Pratt & Whitney.”

Muro begins the new job in early August.

“We are excited to be making Jamie’s in-depth communication experience and skills available to our growing list of Connecticut-based clients.” said Gene Sheehan. sheehan,   president and managing partner in the firm, said he expects Muro to work with client companies such as Pratt & Whitney, USJ, Colt, Farmington Bank and others.

Muro joined WTNH in 2004. During his television career, which also included stints at stations in Colorado and Virginia,  he has been a sports anchor, magazine show host, weather reporter and sports anchor fill-in, winning several Associated Press awards and an Emmy.

Muro is married to former FoxCt reporter Rebecca Stewart who is now  media relations director at Hartford Hospital.

This post has been changed from an earlier version to correct the description of Sullivan & LeShane.


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2 thoughts on “Muro Leaving WTNH

  1. Lou Lange

    Will miss his reporting but that is a great job he will be taking.
    I worked for CSC for a few years and Pratt and Whitney was one of their customers. I have heard of that firm.

  2. mark nati

    So part of your new job will be to explain why Pratt & Whitney vends out the making of high tech jet engine parts for the Joint Strike Fighter to country’s like Turkey even with what is going on there. Best of Luck.

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