Former Fox 35 anchor Cale Ramaker lands morning gig in Las Vegas

Cale Ramaker (courtesy myfoxorlando.com)

When Cale Ramaker left the WOFL-Fox 35 anchor desk in late May, he tweeted, “Specifics aside, I will be moving west and starting my new job July 16.” Now we have the specifics.

TVSpy.com reports that Ramaker is joining Las Vegas CBS affiliate KLAS-8 as its new morning anchor:

Beginning July 30th, the KLAS morning newscast will be anchored by Cale Ramaker and Shauna Khorrami.

Ramaker comes to KLAS after seven years at WOFL in Orlando, where he anchored the station’s 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts.  Khorrami joins the station after anchoring the morning news at KSTU in Salt Lake City.

“We are thrilled to welcome two new anchors to our morning newscasts,” KLAS news director Ron Comings said.  “Las Vegans will have a fresh new alternative to help get their mornings off to a great start.”

Meanwhile back at Fox 35, the station has posted Ramaker’s former anchor job on its website: ANCHOR/REPORTER– (Regular Full Time / Orlando): Anchor newscasts as assigned. Enterprise and report news stories. Write creatively, clearly, accurately and quickly. Provide live coverage of breaking events. Take initiative and be a leader in the newsroom. A minimum of three years experience working as an anchor in a medium or large market preferred. Good news judgment and knowledge of fair and accurate journalism practices. Ability to tell stories, ask good probing questions in Q&A with reporters and ad-lib effectively. Strong writing skills and thorough knowledge of current events. Excellent people and communication skills; must be a team player. Working knowledge of newsroom compute

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  1. On March 12, 2012 it was announced that Dave McCann would leave KLAS. McCann will be moving from Las Vegas to the Salt Lake area where he will work for KSL-TV, replacing the retiring Bruce Lindsay as a co-anchor with Nadine Wimmer on KSL’s evening newscasts. The new job at KSL will begin in June 2012. McCann will remain doing football, basketball, and True Blue for BYUtv in addition to taking on the new responsibilities. Anchor Cale Ramaker left Fox-owned WOFL-Channel 35 the station announced that a new morning team of Las Vegas newcomers Cale Ramaker and Shauna Khorrami would begin anchoring the 4 to 7 a.m. newscast beginning July 30. They will join weather anchor Sherry Swensk and traffic reporters Brian Loftus

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