Video: Questions During Commercial Breaks, pt. 9

How do you holiday shop? Do you get it done early or procrastinate?

Video: Questions During Commercial Breaks, pt. 6

We welcome meteorologist Jay Galle’ to WDSU News at 4 with his very own QDCB.

Video: Questions During Commercial Breaks, pt. 5

Video: Questions During Commercial Breaks, pt. 4

Video: Questions During Commercial Breaks, pt. 3

Scott, Camille and Kweilyn talk sports and their talents… or lack thereof.

Video: Questions During Commercial Breaks, pt. 2

Scott, Camille and Margaret reveal more secrets.

Video: Questions During Commercial Breaks, pt. 1

In today’s series debut, Scott and Camille focus on coffee consumption.

Killing Time During a Commercial Break

[VIDEO] Shoes, Makeup & Hair Questions

Viewers posed questions on the WDSU Facebook page and Camille, Margaret and I answered.

[VIDEO] Inside the WDSU Newsroom

WDSU News at 4: Number One in July

Less than two years after debuting New Orleans’ first 4 p.m. newscast, WDSU News at 4 finished the July sweeps period as the most watched program in the time slot. Thanks to our loyal viewers who choose us every weekday afternoon! Take a look at the new promo airing on WDSU:

Online Super Bowl Coverage

The WDSU Super Bowl team will have extensive coverage all week on Twitter, Facebook, WDSU.com. Once I leave Tuesday, I’ll be blogging and posting video here as well. These WDSU tweeps are already in Miami: Executive producer Rich Kiss | @rgk224 Sports anchor Fletcher Mackel | @FletcherMackel Sports anchor Keli Fulton | @KeliFulton News videographer […]

Miami, Here We Come!

WDSU has some big plans for Super Bowl coverage, beginning Sunday in Miami. Sports anchors Fletcher Mackel and Keli Fulton and news anchors Melanie Hebert, Camille Whitworth and I will deliver live coverage from South Florida all next week on every WDSU newscast. We’re also the only station with special, live all-Saints programming every night […]

Behind the Scenes: Ida Coverage

We were in storm mode yesterday, spending all day and night covering Tropical Storm Ida. From what I could tell (I was on the set most of the time), we provided a lot more coverage than any other TV station in New Orleans. I’ve covered plenty of tropical storms and hurricanes, but this was my […]

Heading Home

Welcome to my new blog. Check back from time to time for updates about our return to the Big Easy. After two years here in Orlando, I am moving from WESH to WDSU. My start date in New Orleans is August 24th. I will anchor a brand new 4 p.m. newscast with Randi Rousseau that […]