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Jack Kane is always a bright spot on WPSD Local 6’s evening news, and the people of Paducah love his stories and coverage. However, the excellent reporter and anchor has announced his departure on social media. Jack Kane is leaving WPSD-TV to pursue a new opportunity. The news has been met with mixed feelings. While many are happy about this new position, they are sad to see him go. WPSD Local 6 viewers are now interested in his next career adventure. Find out what Jack Kane has to say about his exit from WPSD-TV.          

Jack Kane’s Education and Career

Jack Kane is a native of Alexandria, Virginia, and his interest in TV news began while in T.C. Williams High School. The school is famous for featuring in Remember the Titans.

Eventually, Kane graduated with a degree in electronic news with a minor in general business from The University of Alabama in 2019. While in university, he worked as a reporter and editor intern at WVUA 23 News.

Throughout his internship, Kane got the opportunity to report on stories from all over Tuscaloosa and the state of Alabama. After graduating, he started his professional career in 2019 with WPSD-TV in Paducah, Kentucky.

WPSD Local 6 viewers remember Kane for his work when many struggled to get their unemployment money from the state when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. His efforts bore fruit after three months, and everyone was paid in full.

Jack Kane to Leave WPSD-TV

Until now, Jack Kane has covered everything from the local government to one of the worst severe weather events ever to hit the region. However, the anchor has recently announced the bittersweet news of his departure from the station.

Jack Kane is leaving WPSD Local 6 after nearly four years. His last month in Paducah will be March 2023. So, where is Jack Kane going?

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The news anchor has accepted a position with Spectrum News in Washington, D.C., and will start his new role in early April. His last day anchoring the weekend evening newscasts at WPSD-TV will be March 19, 2023, and his official last day will be March 24.