KTVT-Channel 11 just sent word: The CBS affiliate, and KTXA-Channel 21, has a new news director and vice president, Adrienne Roark, who comes to Dallas from South Florida. Roark replaces Scott Diener, who was summoned to Cali in January and who, in 2007, replaced the not-well-liked Regent Ducas. The Google Machine tells us Roarke ain't screwin' around:
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