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Caroline Gable

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Background Information

Employment History

NEWSChannel 2


Wife, and Former News Anchor

New Mom! Former News Anchor


Reporter, Producer

WSYR


News Anchor

WUTR


Contributor

WKTV


Web References(16 Total References)


Year in Review 2012: Local Broadcasting's Arrivals and Departures - CNYRadio.com / CNYTVNews.com

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Caroline Gable suddenly disappears from the anchor desk at Utica ABC affiliate WUTR and Fox affiliate WFXV, just a little over six months since the stations revived their local news operation.
Taking her place is Caroline Gable, formerly of Utica's WUTR and WFXV, and before those, WKTV.


Year in Review 2012: The Year's Top 10 Stories - CNYRadio.com / CNYTVNews.com

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(tie) Caroline Gable
Former WUTR/WFXV anchor Caroline Gable immediately took over Nixon's early morning traffic duties, and would eventually begin to appear on Bridge Street.[Original story »] About five months before Caroline Gable arrived at NewsChannel 9, she suddenly disappeared from the anchor desk at WUTR and WFXV's Eyewitness News operation in Utica. Gable was the primary co-anchor, alongside Parker, for the first several months of "Eyewitness News," which launched in September 2011, ending a nearly decade-long hiatus of local newscasts at WUTR. Gable was also the solo anchor of a 10pm newscast on Fox affiliate WFXV. Before joining WUTR and WFXV, Gable was a reporter and anchor across the street (literally) at NBC affiliate WKTV.[Original story »]


Anchor Elsa Gillis leaving Utica's WUTR - CNYRadio.com / CNYTVNews.com

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Just a little over six months after Eyewitness News debuted, the sudden exit of original co-anchor Caroline Gable created a vacancy that allowed Gillis to be promoted to co-anchor.


Year in Review 2013: The top 10 stories - CNYRadio.com / CNYTVNews.com

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Caroline Gable
One reader pointed out, just since Labor Day, at least five on-air staffers have left: morning meteorologist Chris Brandolino, morning co-anchor Tanja Babich, weekend anchor James Gaddis, weekend meteorologist Julia Weiden and "Bridge Street" co-host Caroline Gable. Oh, and PS - we also learned Brandolino's co-host ob "Bridge Street," Caroline Gable, has decided not to return from maternity leave.[More »] Other stories about: Alison, Bill Keeler, Bill Shedden, Branden Block, Brent Axe, Caroline Gable, Dave Eichorn, Dave Longley, Galaxy Communications, Genesee Joe, Jerry Kraus, Joe Parker, Julia Weiden, Justin Kraemer, Nexstar Broadcasting, Smith Media LLC, SportsWatch, Tanja Babich, Time Warner Cable, WCNY-FM, WFXV, WIBX, WKLL, WKRH, WKRL, WKTV, WNDR, WOUR, WSYR-TV, WUTR, WXUR, Year in Review


Supply Chains are indeed the ties that bind us all in a global economy | SRS

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In a March 11th article "Economic impact of Japan's earthquake and tsunami," WKTV's Caroline Gable reported that Dr. Zhaodan Huang, who is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Utica College, believes that manufacturers like Ford and General Motors will actually benefit from the catastrophe.


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