She’s a Graduate From Georgia Southern University & was a Four-Year Captain of the Co-Ed Cheerleading Squad for the Eagles. Meet Queen City News Sports Anchor & Reporter, Carla Gebhart
Q: While in high school, did you have any idea you wanted to go into broadcasting?CG: I have always wanted to be in sports journalism. I was probably more committed to the idea when I was in high school. When I got to college I started to think, “Is this actually a realistic career choice?” and I sort of talked myself out of it. I majored in Communications and minored in Journalism but truly loved my major. I got to pick most every topic that I wrote on in..
Morgan has Won Numerous Awards Throughout Her Career Including Several from the Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas. A Conversation with WCCB News @ Ten News Anchor, Morgan Fogarty
Q: How did your career start as a news anchor?MF: I started my career as a news anchor at WHAG in Hagerstown, MD. WHAG then became WDVM, which is now DC News Now. I was in Hagerstown for almost 2 years, before I got the opportunity to join WCCB on our morning show, then called Fox News Rising.Q: How did you prepare for your first news anchor job?MF: Internships were the most important part of preparing for my first job in TV news. Internships in working ne..
She’s Covered a Variety of Stories Including Legislation, Public Safety, and Community Impact Stories. Meet WCCB Morning Anchor & Reporter, Deirnesa Jefferson
Q: While in high school, did you have any idea you wanted to go into broadcasting?DJ: My interest in broadcast journalism actually started when I was in middle school. When I was in 8th grade I did the morning announcements and that was my first introduction to broadcasting. I loved it and I decided I wanted to pursue a career in journalism. Once I got to high school I took TV Production classes for all four years and also did the morning news show there. ..
She has a True Passion for the Arts and for Building a Better Community to Help Our Younger Generation Become Future Leaders. A Special Interview with Queen City News Main Evening News Anchor, Alicia Barnes
Q: How did your career start as a news anchor?AB: I started my news career as an intern at WLNS-TV in Lansing, Michigan. I also worked as a freelance reporter for WKBD-TV in Detroit while juggling a full-time pharmaceutical sales career and earning my MBA from Wayne State University.After living in Michigan, I relocated back to my hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. While in Atlanta, I was a General Assignment Reporter for the NBC Affiliate, WXIA-TV, and a Freel..
When She’s not Busy Forecasting, Volunteering in the Community is a Top Priority. Meet Queen City News Chief Metrologist Tara Lane
Q: What made you decide to go in the field of telling the weather?TL: Like many Meteorologists, it all stemmed from one big weather event. April 1984. We lived in Memphis, Tennessee, and our house was hit by an F-3 tornado. My family and I were all okay, but our house and cars were badly damaged. I was old enough to remember every moment, and I became terrified of thunderstorms. Not long after that, we got The Weather Channel on TV. I would watch and liste..
It’s a Pleasure to Introduce, Weekday Evening Meteorologist Kaitlin Wright, for WCCB News @ Ten
Q: How did you become interested in the weather?KW: I was a chemistry major for the first year and a half in college at Converse College. I transferred to UNC Charlotte and took an Intro to Meteorology course with Terry Shirley. The rest is history!Q: When did you decide to be a meteorologist?KW: My junior year of college, WCBD in Charleston, South Carolina reached out and asked if I would be interested in an internship. I did not think broadcasting was my..