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WFAA8 reporter opts for bigger stage in Big Apple (updated)

Dallas-based WFAA8 is losing a full-time reporter and occasional substitute anchor to ABC's flagship station in New York. Get the details here. Also, we scrutinize Tuesday night's battle for post-terrorist arrest scoops between 10 p.m. news kingpins WFAA8 and CBS11. And the latest D-FW Nielsen ratings again show CBS on a roll with prime-time crime.

Plus we chart the first week of the 2009-10 TV season. Who's up, who's down and who's down and out in the national Nielsen ratings? Come and get it here.
Ed Bark