They are usually the ones to report the news on television, but this time around, they are the news.
WFSB anchor Denise D’Ascenzo will be inducted into the National Academy of Television Arts & Science prestigious Silver Circle. The Silver Circle honors veteran television professionals who have made significant contributions to their community, the television industry and to individuals training for careers in the field of television.
Over at NBC Connecticut/WVIT the welcome mat is officially out for former WFSB reporter Len Besthoff. The veteran journalist has joined the West Hartford-based station’s Troubleshooters Unit as chief investigative reporter.
“Len will be an invaluable addition to our Troubleshooters team. His depth of sources and knowledge of the Connecticut market will take the investigative team’s advocacy on behalf of our viewers to a new level,” said Ric Harris, NBC Connecticut president and general manager. “With Len’s expertise, we will go even deeper in uncovering corruption, finding government waste and holding officials accountable for their actions.”
NBC Connecticut also welcomes new reporter Abbey Niezgoda.
She previously worked for WLNE-TV ABC6 in Providence, RI.