West Michigan: Newsmakers Sep 16, 2007

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Grand Rapids Press:

Brad Edwards' career started with the morning-announcement gig at Forest Hills Northern High School. Staffers never knew what to expect from this funny and fiercely talented teen. He's come a long way. After four years as an Emmy-award-winning reporter/anchor for WOOD-TV (Channel 8), Edwards is heading for Detroit. He will become the lead news correspondent and back-up anchor for WJBK-TV's new 11 p.m. newscast. "It's a rare opportunity," Edwards said. "Newscasts just aren't launched every day." Edwards, 28, said his move to WBJK (Fox News 2) "will allow me to do something new. We can recreate the wheel, do it different and big, on a newscast that has not been definitively defined"... Broadcast: WOOD-TV's Edwards heads for Detroit (Sun, 9/16)

 

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