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"I've got a lot of television to learn," Talley, who began her career in radio, told BeloWatch. "I feel like I've done good work here, but when this came around, it was a great challenge. I know how much fun broadcasting can be, and I thought it was a great opportunity and one I wouldn't get too many cracks at.
"I'm leaving here on a very positive note," added Talley, a native Texan who will make the move to New York City next month. "I'm very troubled by industry-wide cutbacks in investigative journalism. The Morning News has supported me in that realm, and I'm very grateful for that.
"I hope the Morning News will continue to improve," she added. "They've certainly got the resources to do it.