I had the opportunity to intern and learn from the Storm Team at WSYR NewsChannel 9 in Syracuse over this past summer. I learned more than anticipated over such a short amount of time, and I am grateful for the wisdom and advice they offered. Please enjoy my demo reel from my time spent in … More My NewsChannel 9 Broadcast Reel
During the spring semester of my junior year, I interned in Horseheads, New York at WENY-TV. This opportunity was unexpected, but well executed, and I could not be more thankful. The entire team was kind and welcoming, and the chief meteorologist’s helpfulness exceeded my expectations. I learned an incredible amount over the four short months … More My WENY Broadcast Reel
I recently visited Austin, Texas for the American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting. I learned more than I expected to learn in one short week. With that, I have re-edited my broadcast reel. Please enjoy!
Another year, another list of things to improve upon. Yet here I am, compiling my best segments for a new reel. I still love Newswatch, and I am thankful that I still have so much to learn:
With another season of Newswatch over, it was time for me to construct my 2016 demo reel. Enjoy as the amateur begins to take her baby steps toward broadcast meteorology:
It was all pretend, but it felt so real. I showed up three hours early to create my forecast and put them onto slides for my forecast (using Photoshop was a challenge on its own). Once they were completed, I went through what I was going to say. I was so nervous, but this broadcast … More ICTV: Practice Broadcast
As a college freshman, I am always trying to improve the skills that will help me in my future endeavors. I have an idea of which career path I want to pursue, so my broadcast and communication skills are the first that need to be buffed out. Let’s get started: Take One: That was rough…but … More Beginner Level Broadcaster