The “Fox 5 Morning News” debuts today in San Diego, a result of the affiliation switch at KSWB. The new show will air weekdays from 5 to 9 a.m., a time slot previously occupied by syndicated programming and the “KTLA Morning News,” out of L.A.
Raoul Martinez, who quit WESH back in June without a job in sight, has landed the morning anchor spot alongside former CNN and E! anchor Arthel Neville.
The S.D. Union-Trib has more on the network switches and new programming.