List of notable or famous WMAQ-TV employees, listed alphabetically with photos when available. This list is a directory of the best WMAQ-TV employees, showcasing only the most prominent WMAQ-TV employees of all time. This list features past and present top WMAQ-TV managers, including both current and retired WMAQ-TV executives and alumni. Well-known WMAQ-TV staff along with current and former WMAQ-TV employees were and still are crucial to the company's success, as without these hard working men and women WMAQ-TV would never be what it is today.
List includes Robin Meade, Maury Povich and more.This renowned WMAQ-TV employees list answers the questions, "What famous people have worked at WMAQ-TV?" and "Who are the most famous WMAQ-TV employees?"
Amy Jacobson is a Chicago broadcaster who was a general assignment reporter for WMAQ-TV, the NBC television affiliate in Chicago, from 1996 to 2007, when she lost her job as part of a scandal involving a rival Chicago TV station's news cameras capturing footage of Jacobson clad in a bikini with her children at the home of the husband of a missing woman. ...more on Wikipedia
Age: 48see more on Amy Jacobson
Carol Marin is a television and print journalist based in Chicago, Illinois. Marin began her journalism career in 1972 at WBIR-TV in Knoxville, Tennessee working as a reporter, anchor, and assistant news director. In 1976, she moved to WSM-TV in Nashville, where she was instrumental in the investigative reporting that ultimately led to the ouster and indictment of then-Tennessee Governor Ray Blanton.In 1978, Marin was hired by the NBC owned and operated station, WMAQ-TV, in Chicago, where she worked for almost two decades. On 1 May 1997, she resigned her position as 6 and 10 p.m. news anchor in protest of the station's decision to give Jerry Springer a commentary segment on the evening news ...more on Wikipedia
Age: 69see more on Carol Marin
Cindy Preszler is a television weathercaster who is the chief meteorologist at KSDK-TV 5, the NBC affiliate in St. Louis, Missouri. She is one of five female chief meteorologists that are on Gannett-owned NBC affiliates, including Monica Woods of ABC affiliate KXTV in Sacramento. Prior to arriving in St. Louis in November, 1998, the South Dakota native worked at several TV stations, including Chicago's NBC-owned WMAQ-TV, as well as on The Weather Channel. In 2003, KSDK was awarded the WeatheRate seal of approval, an award that certifies KSDK as the most accurate weather station in St. Louis. The data used to determine a winner is refigured every 6 months by the non-profit WeatheRate ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: South Dakota, United States of Americasee more on Cindy Preszler
Deborah Anne Norville is an American television anchor and journalist. Since 1995 she has been host of the syndicated American television program Inside Edition. She earlier hosted Today on NBC, substitute-anchored both the NBC Nightly News and the weekend CBS Evening News, and was a host and correspondent for two CBS News magazine programs. She has received two Emmy Awards for her television work, the first while at NBC News for coverage of a democratic uprising in Romania, and the second for work on CBS's 48 Hours covering floods on the Mississippi River. ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: Dalton, Georgia, United States of America
#24 on The Best Today Show Hostssee more on Deborah Norville