LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (News Release) -- Nexstar Broadcasting announced the promotions Friday of Victoria Price to KARK Weekend Anchor and Isabella Moller to KARK 4 TODAY 4 a.m. Anchor.
Over the last two years with KARK, Price has served as a live reporter for KARK 4 TODAY and Fox16 Good Day in addition to the 4 a.m. anchor of KARK 4 TODAY. She has won regional Emmy awards for both her live reports from the scene of a fatal bus crash and story spotlighting a mother's struggle with faith and family. Price's work has also been recognized with a regional Edward R. Murrow Award.
"Victoria is one of the strongest journalists we have in Central Arkansas," said KARK News Director Austin Kellerman. "Based on her experience and attention to detail, I expect her to shine in this new role. I'm very pleased we've been able to promote her to this new role with KARK and keep her in Little Rock."
Price started her career in Lubbock, Texas with Nexstar's ABC and CBS affiliates. She's a graduate of Boston University.
Isabella Moller will be taking over Price's current position as KARK 4 TODAY 4 a.m. Anchor and Morning Live Reporter. Moller joined KARK in September 2015 after beginning her career at WFFT-TV in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Moeller is a graduate of Indiana University Bloomington.
"In addition to being a great reporter and storyteller, Isabella has an infectious personality that should instantly connect with morning viewers," added Kellerman. “She’s worked very hard and is deserving of this new opportunity.”
Both Moller and Price will transition to their new roles at the end of June. Price will replace Shannon Miller on the KARK weekend anchor desk. Miller has been named weekend morning anchor at NBC Connecticut in Hartford.
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