Wednesday, March 02, 2016

KATV Anchor Says Goodbye to TV News




KATV/Channel 7/Little Rock anchor Scott Inman ended his 17 year tenure with the station Tuesday.  Inman announced in November 2016 he would be leaving the station to spend more time with his family.  Inman says he will be joining the GenWealth Financial Advisors as director of business development.  The station aired a special video montage of his career at KATV. You can find the video HERE.

10 Comments:

At 10:47 AM, March 02, 2016, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A true pro. Nobody has anything bad to say about the guy.

 
At 4:47 PM, March 02, 2016, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good luck to you Scott!

 
At 5:49 PM, March 02, 2016, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The sportscaster on KATV at 10pm last night after the UALR/ASU game, never gave the final score of the mens' game in his report.

Switched over to KARK just in time to get it.

I have looked at the recording of KATV's news "show" three times. Did I miss him giving the score?

 
At 1:27 PM, March 03, 2016, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Charlotte, N.C., CBS affiliate WBTV has done something no other Charlotte station has been able to do since 1990: It beat ABC affiliate WSOC in all key ratings periods in February.

The Charlotte Observer reports WBTV has been slowly catching up to WSOC, winning November at 6 a.m. and noon.

 
At 10:45 AM, March 04, 2016, Anonymous Anonymous said...

what the f$%k does that have to do with this story?

 
At 11:25 AM, March 04, 2016, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is that the news station in Charlotte that Sarah Fortner is going to because why else would that be brought up in this story.Must be jealous that nobody cared about her leaving from doing bow and arrow forecasts.

 
At 1:48 PM, March 04, 2016, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the info Sarah, now be gone.

 
At 3:03 PM, March 04, 2016, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Should someone tell anonymous 1:27 pm they have the wrong station? Lol

 
At 3:02 PM, March 07, 2016, Anonymous Anonymous said...

No Sarah went WCNC, the very distant #3 or #4 station in the market.

 
At 4:41 PM, March 11, 2016, Anonymous Anonymous said...

arkansas online:

As Naramore left the courtroom down the stairs, several reporters got into an elevator to reach him on the ground floor, and family members attempted to block cameramen from coming into the same elevator.

In the scrum of supporters and cameramen, KARK-TV reporter Marci Manley was pushed to the ground of the elevator, and a woman blocking the elevator began calling one of the cameramen a bully.

No complaints were filed with police or the courthouse, officials said.

 

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