NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A television station has settled with three former Tennessee on-air news personalities who sued the station over age discrimination and harassment. No details were released about the settlement between WSMV-TV and former anchor Jennifer Johnson, ex-meteorologist Nancy Van Camp and ex-reporter Dennis Ferrier. The lawsuit's "stipulation of dismissal" was filed Thursday in federal court. A WSMV corporate spokeswoman and the plaintiff's lawyer declined to comment. The lawsuit says Johnson was demoted, given harder work and told her contract wouldn't be renewed. It says Van Camp was retained until someone younger was found and Ferrier, who admitted a minor on-air misstatement, was fired after complaining about workplace hostilities.
NANCY VAN CAMP, 83, of Waterford, Michigan died on March 5, 2023. She was the loving wife of the late Duane Van Camp, and the devoted mother of Brandy (Daniel) Fahlquist and Kyle Van Camp; grandmother of Bentley and Hunter Vanladuyt; and great-grandmother of Daphne DeLoren. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. A memorial service will be held at a later date.