CBS46 cuts Mike Dunston, Jonathan Carlson, Daniel Wilkerson

CBS46, the Atlanta CBS affiliate owned by Meredith Corp., let go weekend anchor and reporter Mike Dunston and three others, general manager Lyle Banks confirmed Friday.

Banks otherwise declined to comment.

The news broke on FTVLive

The other three cut were chief investigative reporter Jonathan Carlson, reporter Daniel Wilkerson, and senior executive producer Phil Landeros. 

Dunston joined the station in 2015He played an anchor in the first season of TBS’s “Miracle Workers” starring Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi, a comedy shot in Atlanta that debuted in 2019. 

Carlson, who joined CBS46 in 2017, came back on air May 11 after recovering from COVID-19, according to his CBS46 Facebook page. Wilkerson had been with CBS46 since 2014 while Landeros joined the station in 2017, according to their respective bios. 

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Rodney Ho
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Rodney Ho covers radio and television for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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