Bazi Kanani, an anchor and reporter at Denver’s KUSA, is leaving the station for a position with a “national TV network,” according to the Denver Post.
Kanani declined to reveal which network she is joining since final contract details are still being negotiated. “The ink just isn’t dry yet,” she said.
Kanani, a Colorado native, joined KUSA, the NBC-affiliate in Denver, in 2003.
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