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Home » Shomari Stone, who spent more than a decade at WRC, joins WTTG Washington as reporter and anchor

Capitol Communicator reports that Shomari Stone, who spent more than a decade at WRC, joins WTTG Washington as reporter and anchor.

Shomari Stone, who spent more than a decade at WRC, joins WTTG Washington as reporter and anchor

by | Apr 18, 2023

Shomari Stone joins WTTG Washington as a reporter and anchor on May 1, reports . Stone was a correspondent on CNBC’s The News with Shepard Smith. Before that, he spent more than a decade as a general assignment reporter at WRC Washington.

“I’ve always respected Shomari’s skills as a reporter for our competition, but now he’s finally where I always envisioned him, on our team!” said WTTG VP and News Director Paul McGonagle. “He has already earned the viewers’ trust through his years dedicated to helping the DMV community, holding local leaders accountable, and breaking impactful stories.”

WTTG, part of Fox Television Stations, is known as Fox 5.

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Image credit: WTTG Washington

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2 Comments

  1. Brian

    What happened to Rob Desir?

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  2. Maria

    Where did Rob Desir go and when did he leave Fox 5 DC

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