Field Reporter

Some articles on field reporter, reporter, field:

Sunday Night Baseball - Brief History
... From 2004 until 2006, Sam Ryan served as the field reporter, but she left to join New York City's WCBS-TV and CBS Sports in June 2006. 2, 2006 Bonnie Bernstein joined the crew as the new field reporter, but did not return in 2007 primarily due to her request to cut back her schedule because of her ... in 2006, Peter Gammons joined the broadcasts as a field reporter in the scouts position ...
KTLA Morning News - Personalities - Current On-air Staff - Reporters
... field reporter and "Watercooler Buzz" contributor (9-10 a.m.) Wendy Burch - 7-9 a.m ... field reporter and "Watercooler Buzz" contributor (9-10 a.m.) Rich Demuro - technology reporter Jennifer Gould - 430-10 a.m ... field reporter Mark Kriski - weather anchor and "Watercooler Buzz" contributor (9-10 a.m.) Roger Lodge - "The Sports Lodge" sports talk contributor (6-8 a.m.) Allie MacKay - 7 ...
Sunday Night Baseball - Commentators - Former
... Bonnie Bernstein (field reporter, July–September 2006) Terry Francona (analyst, 2012) Peter Gammons (field analyst, 2006–2008) Álvaro Martin (field ...
List Of Personalities On The Weather Channel - Current On-air Personalities - Other Personalities
... Weather Center Live NBC News Correspondent Field Reporter Dr ... Forbes 1999–present Severe Weather Specialist Janel Klein 2011-present Field Reporter NBC News Correspondent Michael Lowry 2012-present Hurricane Expert Storm Surge ... Storm Specialist Fill-In OCM Matt Sampson 2011–present News Host Mike Seidel 1992–present Field Reporter NBC News Correspondent a^ Banks joined TWC in 2004 as a TWC ...

Famous quotes containing the words reporter and/or field:

    For a long time I was reporter to a journal, of no very wide circulation, whose editor has never yet seen fit to print the bulk of my contributions, and, as is too common with writers, I got only my labor for my pains. However, in this case my pains were their own reward.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The field of the poor may yield much food, but it is swept away through injustice.
    Bible: Hebrew, Proverbs 13:23.