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            CBS 42 News announces new anchor team for evening, morning newscasts

            Art Franklin

            Beginning Nov. 2, news anchor Art Franklin (above) will join veteran journalist Sherri Jackson every weekday to anchor The CBS 42 News at 4, 5, 6, and 10 p.m. (Courtesy of CBS 42)

            CBS 42 in Birmingham announced changes Tuesday to the weekday anchor lineup of its morning and evening newscasts.

            Beginning Nov. 2, news anchor Art Franklin will join veteran journalist Sherri Jackson every weekday to anchor The CBS 42 News at 4, 5, 6, and 10 p.m., while Jack Royer will lead in the anchor role for The CBS 42 Morning News.

            Art Franklin and Sherri Jackson will share co-anchor duties with Katherine Mozzone on The CBS 42 News at 4 pm. The CBS 42 evening news will also feature Chief Meteorologist Ashley Gann and Sports Director Chris Breece.

            Jack Royer will move to a lead anchor role for The CBS 42 Morning News, joining Meteorologist Nate Harrington and Traffic Anchor Michelle Logan.

            Jack Royer

            Beginning Nov. 2, Jack Royer (above) will lead in the anchor role for The CBS 42 Morning News. (Courtesy of CBS 42)

            “These moves with Art Franklin and Jack Royer give each of them opportunity to exercise their strengths in areas of accountability journalism and involvement in community issues and events. Art and Jack are both incredibly gifted, and we are very excited to see their strengths demonstrated in new settings, in concert with our very talented teams assembled on our morning and evening newscasts,” said WIAT CBS 42 Vice President and General Manager Jimmy Cromwell.

            As part of his “CBS 42 Backseat Conversations,” Franklin covered issues impacting local government. In addition, Emmy Award winner Sherri Jackson’s, “Wrong Dose” investigation revealed the aftermath when a hospital administered the wrong dose of medication to an infant, showcasing the flaws in medical procedure and care of children. Jack Royer was honored with a first-place award from the Associated Press for his coverage on the 2018 Galleria shooting on Thanksgiving Day.

            “Sherri’s and Art’s commitment to covering local stories is exceptional. Our viewers will experience strong reporting and complete coverage of community events,” said WIAT CBS 42 News Director Rob Martin.

            “Jack Royer brings a new energy to our morning viewers. Jack is dedicated to journalism and covering local issues that matter to morning television in the Birmingham market,” added Martin.

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