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Former meteorologist Andrew Baglini joins 26 Shirts as marketing specialist

Former meteorologist Andrew Baglini joins 26 Shirts as marketing specialist

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Andrew Baglini has followed wife Erica Brecher out of the news business.

Former WIVB-TV (Channel 4) meteorologist Andrew Baglini has taken a marketing job outside of television.

Baglini, who left WIVB last month, announced his new job on Twitter.

“Since moving to Buffalo seven years ago, this city has welcomed my family & me with open arms,” he wrote. “All I want to do is give back to the community any way I can, and now I’ll be able to that professionally. I’m thrilled to announce I’m joining @26 Shirts as a marketing specialist.”

26 Shirts describes itself “as a social good project started by Del Reid, co-founder of the 'Bills Mafia' movement on social media, and Dan Gigante, founder of You and Who, to help families and charitable foundations in need. Our primary focus is needs associated with health/medical concerns, or unexpected family emergencies.”

Baglini’s wife, former WIVB anchor-reporter Erica Brecher, also recently left the station to become a marketing specialist. She is working at Excelsior Orthopaedics in Amherst.

Brecher joined WIVB three years ago after four years as a reporter at rival station WGRZ. Baglini left Channel 4 after seven years at the station.

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Alan Pergament has had a variety of roles at The News since 1970, including as a news and sports reporter. He has been the TV columnist since 1982, with more than year off for good behavior. He is a member of the national Television Critics Association.

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