Saturday, June 24, 2006

Where are they now?

Today, we feature former WNEP reporter Lisa Champeau.

As is customary with reporters in this market, Champeau came here from Binghamton's WBNG. But unlike most reporters, she spent eight years there reporting, anchoring, and even doing some administrative errata. Champeau came to WNEP in late 2002 as its "Action 16" consumer reporter, replacing Stephanie Thornton.

But like her predecessor, Champeau's tenure as WNEP's consumer reporter was short. By mid-2003, she told station management she was heading out the door to be closer to her family. And the consumer beat was put back in the closet for another two years.

Where is she now? Chempeau is the PR director for Wayne Memorial Hospital in Honesdale.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lisa did The Noon newscene on 22 in the early 80's.

1:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PR Director for a hospital in a little "under the Christmas tree" kind of town. Why can't I find a gig like that?!?

9:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everyone hated her when she taught at Marywood.

9:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amazing how many came, were, and went in this market and didn't leave a trace of their being here. Sadly, she's another one. Personally, I thought she was solid, attractive, believable, and didn't come across as some unseasoned kid trying to do teevee news. Yeah, how did she get that job at Wayne Memorial?

10:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very egotistical. Very.

4:31 AM  

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