Saturday, November 12, 2005

Where are they now?

Today, we feature former WBRE health reporter Molly Henneberg. I was unable to find a picture of her from her days at WBRE.

Henneberg got her start at WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Md. following graduation from Vanderbilt University. Her next stop was at WPBN-TV in Michigan. There, she was an evening anchor/health reporter, and won an award from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters in 1999. That year, Henneberg went to WBRE as its health reporter, where she would stay until 2001.

Where is she now? After a stint as a freelance reporter/producer for Fox News, Henneberg became a full-time correspondent in 2002.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Seems like NEPA is a training market for Fox News. Along with Mollie, they also employ Amy Kellog formally of 16 and Julie Bandreas who went under some other name at 28 a couple of years ago.

Its not only Fox, Keith Oppenheim of CNN used to work at 22 and Melissa Barington on the Weather Channel was also at 22.

1:44 PM  
Blogger Howard Beale said...

Bill O'Reilly got his start at WNEP back in the 1970s. Besides reporting, he wrote jokes for "Uncle Ted's Ghoul School"

Here's a picture of Bill from his days at 16, halfway down the page.

2:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Julie Banderas was Julie Bidwell when she was WBRE. Bidwell is her real name. Banderas is not. She using the somewhat "hispanic-sounding" name just for her "big time teevee gig."

5:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Julie now does the Sunday Night show that Rita Cosby used to host on Fox. Some big shoes to fill but I guess they see her as a rising star...

4:07 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home