It’s an Honor to Introduce Constance Jones. A Two-Time Emmy® Nominated Journalist Who Currently Anchors the Station’s Weekday Morning Newscasts, NBC 6 News Today at 5am and 6am
Q: While in high school, did you have any idea you wanted to go into broadcasting?CJ: During my high school years, I was inspired by the fictitious TV News Journalist, “Murphy Brown.” She captivated my imagination! She was funny, smart, and very determined. Although Murphy Brown was a TV Show, the episode gave me a glimpse into the life of a News Journalist. Q: How did your career start as a news anchor?CJ: I started my professional career as a producer/r..
She was the First Female Meteorologist to Cover a Landfalling Hurricane for The Weather Channel and has Won Five Regional Emmy Awards. A Special Interview with Miami Meteorologist, Cindy Preszler
Q: How did you become interested in the weather?CP: I’ve been asked this question many times over the years, and I have to give credit to my dad and grandma. They passed the love for weather along to me from a very young age. I’m originally from South Dakota, grew up on a farm where weather is the life-bread & it’s the number one thing farmers talk about. So, I listened.My dad and grandma discussed every aspect in detail because he always knew what would ..
She Visits Schools Throughout the Year, Sharing Her Expertise in Weather & Providing Words of Wisdom to Students. Meet Miami’s Local 10 Chief Certified Meteorologist, Betty Davis
Q: When did you decide to be a meteorologist?BD: I decided to become a meteorologist after doing an internship at a television station In Macon, Georgia. I was an intern in the news department, thinking I would graduate college and become a news reporter. During that internship, I was enamored by what I saw the station meteorologist doing on the green screen and I was intrigued by the fact that he had knowledge of a subject (weather) that no one else in th..
She’s The Weekend Morning Meteorologist & Climate Change Reporter for NBC6 Miami. An Exclusive Interview with Meteorologist, Chelsea Ambriz
Q: How did you become interested in the weather?CA: I don’t have the typical meteorologist story when it comes to getting into weather. I can’t pinpoint one event that shaped me as a child to want to be a meteorologist. I have always been a “science nerd” if you will. I had a microscope kit that I got for my 8th or 9th birthday. I was obsessed with it. Science was always my favorite subject. When I was in high school, my brother and I watched the docuserie..