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KARE 11's Rena Sargianopoulos to co-anchor Saturday morning show

Rena Sargianopoulos will join KARE 11's Saturday morning show with Belinda Jensen. The reporter and weekend anchor is replacing Eric Perkins who was recently promoted to weeknight sports anchor and sports director.
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KARE 11 announced their new Saturday morning show team Tuesday. The Minneapolis TV station says weekend anchor Rena Sargianopoulos will co-host the Saturday morning show with Chief Meteorologist Belinda Jensen. The new team will make their debut on October 13.

Sargianopoulos is replacing former weekend anchor Eric Perkins, the Pioneer Press reports. Perkins was promoted to weeknight sports anchor and sports director at KARE in July.

In January, Perkins joined the morning team at K-Twin Radio 96.3 FM as a talkshow host.

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