Did you know that most TV weather anchors do NOT read from a script? Also, there is no such thing as a “normal” schedule in TV news.
“Where do you buy your clothes?” was one of the most-asked questions I ever received during my years of forecasting weather on TV.
There is no such thing as a holiday in TV news. And there are several times each year that no one is allowed to take a vacation.
Since there is no such thing as a “weather boy” there shouldn’t be a “weather girl” either.
Never let someone tell you, “You can’t do it.” Know your limits and know your value.
I’ve worked in and around the news business for nearly 30 years. Sometimes news is “good,” but so often, it’s “bad.” Murder, financial crises, abuse, tornadoes, unemployment, robbery, hurricanes, danger, death – so much of what gets reported is the bad side of society. In journalism school I was taught, “If it bleeds, it leads” […]
**This blog post was EDITED on 4/2/20 to say…. In light of our country’s position in the COVID-19 pandemic, I have decided to extend my stay at WESH for a few more weeks. My last day on Sunrise will be May 22. Stay safe, friends!** “Your life does not get better by chance. It gets […]
It was 15 years ago today (9/26/04) that Hurricane Jeanne made landfall near Stuart with winds measured at 121 miles per hour (Category 3). It was the 3rd hurricane to travel across Central Florida in 6 weeks on the heels of Hurricanes Charley and Frances. Jeanne was remarkable, in and of itself, causing three direct […]