DMA 64

WSAZ Launches ‘Moms Everyday’

The new on-air and online resource is hosted by former WSAZ Charleston, W.Va., anchor Diane Dimoff. Its daily offerings will include  news that affects families; coupons and money-saving tips; health headlines and information; product suggestions; recalls; recipes; home inspiration; and family-friendly activities.

Gray Television’s NBC affiliate WSAZ Charleston, W.Va. (DMA 64), is launching a new on-air and online initiative on Wednesday, April 20. Moms Everyday, hosted by former WSAZ anchor and reporter Diane Dimoff, is designed to make moms’ lives easier.

Moms Everyday is a local source for news that affects families; coupons and money-saving tips; health headlines and information; product suggestions; recalls; recipes; home inspiration; family-friendly activities; and more. Moms Everyday can be accessed online by going to www.momseveryday.com. It is also available on-air as daily segments about home, health, money, family fun and just-for-mom services daily on WSAZ between 11:30 a.m. and noon and on myZtv (WSAZ’s subchannel 3.2) at 1 p.m.

WSAZ VP-GM Don Ray says “Moms Everyday is the right content at the right time. ‘The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world’ as the saying goes. Now WSAZ recognizes all our mothers with this special multimedia effort. Moms can access this resource on just about anything.”

Mom’s Everyday host Diane Dimoff — a mom of two herself — likes the content targeted to busy moms. “Moms Everyday is a great resource for women in our region. It’s informative, engaging and entertaining. The services and products our business partners provide will make moms life easier. Plus, Moms Everyday is a great way to connect with other moms and share ideas.”

When Diane left WSAZ she went to work for an NBC affiliate in Pennsylvania. She and her family returned to the region when her husband Jim was presented with a career opportunity in West Virginia. Today, Diane is a producer for the video production firm MotionMasters in Charleston.


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