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Weekend Managing Editor and Anchor and Reporter

KSN


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Justin Kraemer
Justin Kraemer Justin Kraemer KSN News Reporter jkraemer@ksn.com Justin Kraemer returned to KSN News in the summer of 2008. Justin previously worked for KSN in the late 90's through 2001. Justin's experience as a reporter spans more than a decade, working both in television and radio. In addition to Kansas, he's covered news in New York and Minnesota. He has also reported live for CNN, and live for MSNBC with Brian Williams. Justin's reporting has earned awards from the Associated Press, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Radio and Television News Directors Association. In 2000, as a KSN reporter, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded Justin an EmmyÔ for spot news reporting. Justin originally hails from Eden, New York - a small country town in Western New York where he worked on farms as a child. He attended Syracuse University, and promises he'll rarely bring up the 2003 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship game. While he was away from Wichita, Justin says he became an unofficial ambassador for Kansas He now looks forward to enjoying everything the Sunflower State has to offer.


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Justin Kraemer, who had been a fill-in anchor on KSN News since July of 2012, was fired Monday after accidentally uttering an on-air expletive.
Courtesy of Justin Kraemer Justin Kraemer, who had been a fill-in anchor on KSN News since July of 2012, was fired Monday after accidentally uttering an on-air expletive. Former KSN anchor Justin Kraemer is back on the job market after a gig in Colorado Springs fell through. Courtesy of Justin Kraemer Former KSN anchor Justin Kraemer is back on the job market after a gig in Colorado Springs fell through. KSN anchor Justin Kraemer fired after on-air expletive Justin Kraemer said he thought he had a job waiting for him in Colorado Springs when he was fired from KSN earlier this week for accidentally letting an expletive fly on-air. Now, hes looking for another job. Kraemer said Thursday that he had been in the final stages of negotiating for a job at KOAA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Colorado Springs, when the story about his slip-up went viral. He was planning to head to Colorado Springs this weekend to start apartment hunting, he said. But on Thursday morning, station managers called and told him they couldnt offer him a job after all, he said. The conversation was very clinical and professional, and they informed me that this got a lot more attention than anyone could have possibly imagined when everything got started, Kraemer said. Theyre in a difficult situation because they dont want to get national or global publicity just for making a reporter hire. Earlier this week, Kraemer had indicated he had a job lined up but didnt want to say where. When the news about his firing went viral, stories naming KOAA as his next employer began materializing online. On Thursday, KOAA marketing director Sydney Rubin issued a statement on behalf of the stations general manager, Evan Pappas, that read, Despite reports, Justin Kraemer will not be working at KOAA." Kraemer said hes not sure what he will do now. But he said he appreciated the positive feedback he had gotten from people across the nation who posted online or contacted him to offer encouragement. I appreciate all the support Ive gotten, he said. I cant emphasize that enough. Its been a difficult week. The only thing thats gotten me through it is the anonymous love Ive gotten from a lot of people. Kraemer, an on-air reporter and fill-in anchor at KSN since 2008, could be heard at the end of KSNs Saturday night newscast muttering to his co-anchors, Lets get the (expletive) out of here. The show had come to an end, the cameras had already cut away from the anchors, who had signed off, and the end-of-broadcast music had played. On Monday morning, Kraemer said, he was let go from the station. The story about his slip-up and firing has been fodder on national websites such as Gawker and the Huffington Post all week. KSN anchor Justin Kraemer fired after on-air expletive


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Justin Kraemer said he thought he had a job waiting for him in Colorado Springs when he was fired from KSN earlier this week for accidentally letting an expletive fly on-air.
| Courtesy of Justin Kraemer Justin Kraemer, who had been a fill-in anchor on KSN News since July of 2012, was fired Monday after accidentally uttering an on-air expletive. Courtesy of Justin Kraemer Former KSN anchor Justin Kraemer is back on the job market after a gig in Colorado Springs fell through. Related News Wichita anchor Justin Kraemer fired after on-air f-bomb Kraemer said Thursday that he had been in the final stages of negotiating for a job at KOAA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Colorado Springs, when the story about his slip-up went viral. He was planning to head to Colorado Springs this weekend to start apartment hunting, he said. But on Thursday morning, station managers called and told him they couldnt offer him a job after all, he said. The conversation was very clinical and professional, and they informed me that this got a lot more attention than anyone could have possibly imagined when everything got started, Kraemer said. Theyre in a difficult situation because they dont want to get national or global publicity just for making a reporter hire. Earlier this week, Kraemer had indicated he had a job lined up but didnt want to say where. When the news about his firing went viral, stories naming KOAA as his next employer began materializing online. On Thursday, KOAA marketing director Sydney Rubin issued a statement on behalf of the stations general manager, Evan Pappas, that read, Despite reports, Justin Kraemer will not be working at KOAA." Kraemer said hes not sure what he will do now. But he said he appreciated the positive feedback he had gotten from people across the nation who posted online or contacted him to offer encouragement. I appreciate all the support Ive gotten, he said. I cant emphasize that enough. Its been a difficult week. The only thing thats gotten me through it is the anonymous love Ive gotten from a lot of people. Kraemer, an on-air reporter and fill-in anchor at KSN since 2008, could be heard at the end of KSNs Saturday night newscast muttering to his co-anchors, Lets get the (expletive) out of here. The show had come to an end, the cameras had already cut away from the anchors, who had signed off, and the end-of-broadcast music had played. On Monday morning, Kraemer said, he was let go from the station. The story about his slip-up and firing has been fodder on national websites such as Gawker and the Huffington Post all week.


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Justin Kraemer of KSNW, a NBC affiliate in Witchita, Kansas, was signing off on Saturday night and apparently thought all the studio microphones were switched off when he accidentally told the world what he really wanted to do with his evening.
"Let's get the f--k outta here," Kraemer was heard saying. Justin Kraemer of KSNW accidentally aired what he'd rather be doing after signing off on Saturday night. (Supplied) Justin Kraemer of KSNW accidentally aired what he'd rather be doing after signing off on Saturday night. (Supplied)


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