Saturday, December 10, 2005

Where are they now?

Today, we feature former WDAU reporter/anchor Mary Ellen Keating.

Keating began her career at WDAU as a reporter and anchor. She got national attention in 1981 after her interview with a former Iranian hostage was broadcast on CBS News. After a few years, Keating left reporting for a career in public relations, first as a spokeswoman for the Scranton Diocese, and then for former Governor Bob Casey. After the governor left office, Keating headed to New York to manage the Hill and Knowlton PR agency.

Where is she now? Keating is now the vice president of corporate communications for Barnes & Noble.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

No comments? Was she that forgettable? She worked at WBRE for a while. She and news director Larry Stirewalt had a thing for a while. Her stint with the Catholics included time with the Cardinal when he went to New York. She was actually quite a nice person. Very sweet. She must have gotten tough to work in PR. I hope she has a new hairstylist.

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