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In 2005, anchorwoman Andrea Jackson was handed a box of tapes featuring potential newsreaders for the show. The only one that caught her interest was Kia Malone's video. Malone was quickly hired and stayed with the show through numerous format changes, both anchoring and co-anchoring "The Daily Buzz" until her departure in 2012. See more »

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High energy
27 November 2003 | by (Georgia, United States) – See all my reviews

This morning show premiered to little fanfare on the WB in 2002. Mitch (Mitchy-poo) English, the star of the show, is a high-energy weatherman, and the two other main hosts Ron Corning (the "straight man", though he participates in the joking quite a bit) and Andrea Jackson, a short haired cutie round it out. It's geared towards a younger crowd, there's heavy emphasis on the hosts chatting about the day's topics after each segment of news/entertainment is read, and viewer participation is high, with the "Buzz Topic of the day" (yours truly has cracked up the hosts many times with many obnoxious telephone calls) Things that are good about the show, is the sports segments are held to a minimum, and often times they include the camerapeople in on the action, usually Mitch English is the instigator of ab-libbing and out of control pranking. The highlight of the entire run so far is when Mitch English was playing "Dysfunctional Family Feud" and ran and broke a very piece of expensive glass, accidentally during the live show. Mitch's bits throughout the show include "Mitch's World" (think News of the Weird) and on Friday's, "Ebay or Not", something you have to see to appreciate. The only complaint I have about the show is it's not closed- captioned, at least the non-ad libbed bits would be appreciated.


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