Paul Adler on MSNBC
Did you catch Paul Adler, former Channel 12 weekend morning anchor, on MSNBC Tuesday afternoon? I didn't, so I emailed him and he provided this account. He got national attention for a story he did for NBC's Springfield, Mo., affiliate about thefts from local charities' drop-offs. (Gee, wonder how long before the Cincinnati media does this same story?)
Here's his email:
I did appear on. It was about 12:35 P.M. (Central) on
Tuesday with Monica Novotny. I've spent the past three months looking
into thefts from local charities. People are dropping off donations
after hours, then, thieves are moving in to swipe the donations before
they get into the store. As you know, many charities turn those
donations into dollars. Those dollars are used to feed the homeless and
those down on their luck. The network heard about the hidden camera
investigation and asked me to appear to talk about it.
Here's a link to his story:
Adler quit Channel 12 in September to anchor at Springfield, Mo., to be closer to family.