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  1. Dave says

    Nice looking guy. Seems a bit stiff, like either his suit’s too tight or he doesn’t stretch after the workouts. I wonder what kind of makeover CBS will give him once he gets to New York.

    Shepard Smith, Anderson Cooper, Ross Palombo… As a gay jew, I’m proud to see the other ‘part’ of my heritage identity taking over the media. Finally it’ll take attention away from the jew part, which is too busy trying to figure out how to avoid capital losses in this wintry economic climate.

  2. Scott says

    That’s awesome. I remember him from San Francisco. He was pretty good. I agree… In the clips he seems a bit stiff and could use a bit of a makeover. I don’t remember his being that way here… Oh well, greatly deserved regardless. Go Ross Polombo.

  3. PinkPerv says

    Too stiff? Needs to stretch? What are you guys talking about? Ross looks great–like a pro and sounds like a real anchor. Plus, he’s got actual on-the-ground and in-the-newsroom experience. (Full disclosure: I went to college with the guy; he’s smart and dependable, the real deal.) We should all be supportive–and thankful. A talented openly gay anchor benefits us all. So… Congrats to Palombo. Can’t wait to see the changes at Logo once he’s on board and settled in.

  4. PinkPerv says

    Too stiff? Needs to stretch? What are you guys talking about? Ross looks great–like a pro and sounds like a real anchor. Plus, he’s got actual on-the-ground and in-the-newsroom experience. (Full disclosure: I went to college with the guy; he’s smart and dependable, the real deal.) We should all be supportive–and thankful. A talented openly gay anchor benefits us all. So… Congrats to Palombo. Can’t wait to see the changes at Logo once he’s on board and settled in.

  5. rudy says

    Y’all are full of it. He’s not “too stiff”; he has great posture and is stretching his diaphram, as taught, to give breath support to his voice. He also corrected the “hand chop,” which could have become a distraction. RP is damn handsome and gets extra credit for properly pronouncing the name “Hernandez” (silent ‘h’). Articulate, good-looking, professional, and gay; he hit a grand slam for a TV newsman.

  6. rudy says

    Y’all are full of it. He’s not “too stiff”; he has great posture and is stretching his diaphram, as taught, to give breath support to his voice. He also corrected the “hand chop,” which could have become a distraction. RP is damn handsome and gets extra credit for properly pronouncing the name “Hernandez” (silent ‘h’). Articulate, good-looking, professional, and gay; he hit a grand slam for a TV newsman.

  7. tooboot says

    His haircut needs a makeover, maybe a modern, more relaxed or shorter cut style would do. He looks way too conservative right now.
    I’m sad to here that Jason Belini is leaving, I thought he was great. I just hope that Itay Hod stays on, now he’s a cutie.

  8. says

    Seems like I kind of halfway remember him on the air in Los Angeles. Doesn’t seem stiff to me, but I think I’m just glad to see people in media and news come out. Cause he just came out, right? I only wish my stupid Time Warner Cable in LA carried Logo. Oh well.

  9. James says

    ROSS is not only HOT – he is a REAL news anchor. I actually felt like I was watching the REAL news for the 1st time on LOGO. Great change with Ross…not sure I like the new name, sounds to website-ish….

  10. Ted says

    James, are you serious? I thought the guy sounded like a used car salesman. Annoying voice, and odd face too. Also thought he was on for way too much of the show; they should give their reporter Itay Hod more air time.

  11. says

    I saw him tonight for the first time. My first impression was he’d be right at home hosting Inside Edition or Access Hollywood. Not too impresses. Jason B. kinda grew on me over time. Maybe this guy will too…

  12. Mac says

    Greeteings, All !
    Coming from a military background and surviving 9/11, with a partner of almost 30 years, I feel I have something to say here.
    Ross Palombo is a suave, polished and handsome newscaster whom people will take seriously. I do miss J.B., but since he decided to leave, Ross is the perfect person for the job. He will add a great deal of credibility to our newscasting. Give him a chance and you will see. I feel we should welcome him and give him an opportunity to show us that he is indeed, the right person for the job and a very positive representation of our LGBT community.

    Mac.
    Viet Nam Veteran
    9/11 Survivor
    Lover/Partner of almost 30 years

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