Jessica has worked in every facet of the television industry doing everything from Anchoring and Reporting in the Top Market in country to producing television news and sports broadcasts and functioning as a one-man-band. She's covered the world's greatest athletes and countless major sporting events including the PGA Championship, Indy 500, Championship Boxing and Playoff action from every major sport (NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL.) Not limited to sports, Jessica has interviewed President Clinton and was also one of the first on the scene reporting the 'Miracle on the Hudson' where she reported live on the breaking news event for WABC-TV in New York City.
Anchor, produce, edit and One-man-band. Also hosted the popular segment, 'Jessica's Sports Challenge,' which was an interactive for viewers to showcase their unique talent while challenging the anchor to try it as well.
One of the first hires for the sports department that took the 'Real Sports' approach to covering sports, going beyond highlights and scores and creating in depth documentary style pieces. Was the go-to reporter the major 1-on-1 interviews.
Other duties included hosting Nets Magazine and reporting for This Week in Football
Anchor, Report, Produce, Shoot (one man band) and Edit sportcasts.
2006 Tennessee AP Award - Best Sportscast & Best Breaking News Story
Also was a regular fill in host/guest radio talk shows:
--D-1 Radio Sports (AM)- Co-host 3-hour sports call in show, "Conference Call."
--Rock 103 FM, Fill in for comedian on variety sports segment during afternoon drive.
Also worked as a News Producer/Reporter
Received a full athletic/academic scholarship
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