RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- ABC11 Eyewitness News is announcing a new program at 10 a.m. starting on Sept. 11.
Eyewitness News Morning anchors John Clark, Barbara Gibbs and meteorologist Kweilyn Murphy will host the one-hour program.
The program will fill the time slot previously held by the award-winning Tamron Hall show which will move to the 2 p.m. time slot.
"Tamron has had an exceptional year, and I know this move will grow her incredibly passionate Tam Fam even more," said Chad Matthews, president, ABC Owned Television Stations. "And the addition of local news programming at 10 a.m. - led by these extraordinary teams - will allow us to dig even deeper into the topics and events that showcase our local communities and the issues most impacting them, as well as extend and expand upon breaking news and topics being discussed on 'Good Morning America' and 'Live with Kelly and Mark.'"
ABC11 is the only local news station with a street-level studio located in Downtown Raleigh, ABC11 Eyewitness News provides 48.5 hours of local news every week, serving more than 1.3 million TV households in a 23-county area in Central and Eastern North Carolina and Virginia. Eyewitness News also provides news, weather and sports information 24 hours a day on ABC11.com, the ABC11 mobile news app and the 24/7 streaming channel on the new connected TV app available on Roku, Fire, Apple, and Android TVs. ABC11 WTVD is one of eight ABC Owned Stations as part of the Disney Networks.