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Is it only here in the Baltimore area that this seems to be the standard combination for the two-person teams that anchor the local news broadcasts?
I have no problem with the arrangement, of course; it just struck me when i moved here how ubiquitous the white woman/black man combination is.
My experience is almost exclusively with the evening and late-night broadcasts.
Although i did happen to see the Fox-45 news this morning, and they had the black man/white woman combination.
In larger cities, some or five pm newscasts with heavier female viewship will have two women.And the woman always sits on the left of the screen.I don't watch any of the evening news programs, so I don't know what happens on the other local stations.Though in her case, given that her father's name sounds a bit odd, I don't think its all that wrong.But there are cases where people change their name to "Garcia" or "Littlefeather" just to get that "ethnic" cachet.
I read an article some time ago where some anchors and reporters have 'adjusted' their ethnicity a bit to fit into this multiethnic theme of some local newscasts.