WHAT a REFRESHING SIGHT to see news and information mixed with simple, ordinary, and SINCERE conversation--genuine too.
Frank Mallicoat debuted on KTVU's "Mornings on 2 Weekend" --along with co-anchor, Claudine Wong, the newscast was sharp, crisp and yes, watchable, for a change.
Mallicoat worked well with Wong and seemed to have instant chemistry which bodes well for the program. More importantly, the pacing and gist of the show seemed to work.
It's amazing what happens when you place an experienced newsman who has good presence on the screen and seems to possess authenticity--a rare element on Bay Area TV airwaves in the morning domain.
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