August 19, 2022

The Queens County Citizen

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A newsreader is suspended after a disaster newsletter full of discomfort

A newsreader is suspended after a disaster newsletter full of discomfort

On Saturday night, viewers tuned in to a local newscast from the CBS affiliate in Albany got a special treat.

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A disheveled, sweaty, and limp Heather Kovar struggled to read the bulletin. To the extent that the transmission ends earlier.

With her long, meaningless sentences, and because she forgot the name of her weather colleague, the journalist’s behavior bothered many listeners, who expressed their concerns on social networks. Many noted that the woman appeared drunk or that she was under the influence of another substance.

On Sunday morning, Kovar indicated in a tweet — since deleted — that she would return for the evening bulletin.

However, a short time later, the WRGB vice president announced that the woman had been suspended indefinitely. He also said there would be an internal investigation to find out the circumstances behind the disaster bulletin.

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