Kahla Buchanan Named Senior Weather Anchor, CTV Regina
— January 14, 2016
REGINA (January 14, 2016) – CTV Regina today announced Kahla Buchanan has been named the station’s Senior Weather Anchor. Already known to the region’s viewers through her role on CTV MORNING LIVE, Buchanan assumes her new duties on CTV NEWS AT SIX effective Monday, Feb. 8.
Kahla Buchanan, Senior Weather Anchor, CTV NEWS AT SIX REGINA
"I am excited to join Regina’s award-winning CTV NEWS AT SIX team,” said Buchanan. “To be a part of a team that is entrenched in the community is truly an honour.”
“Viewers have long trusted CTV Regina as their source for news and weather,” said J.C. Garden, Director of News and Public Affairs, CTV Regina and CTV Southern Saskatchewan. “Kahla has proven to be a true leader on the air and in the community, and we look forward to having her deliver the standard of excellence that our viewers count on each and every day.”
A graduate of the Academy of Broadcasting in Winnipeg, Buchanan joined the CTV Regina newsroom and the CTV MORNING LIVE team in 2014 as Host and Social Media Producer. Within months, Buchanan moved into the role of Weather Specialist, where she set the groundwork for her move to CTV NEWS AT SIX.
Follow her on twitter: @CTVKahla.
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