Michele Marsh
Michele Marsh
Michele Marsh is a White former New York Television anchorwoman from Connecticut. Michele started as a reporter/anchor at WABI-TV, Channel 5 in Bangor, Maine after graduating from Northwestern University. She reported in the field and anchored the 11 p.m. Monday-Friday newscasts, and the 6 p.m. Saturday newscast. She often had to shoot her own stories, initially in black and white before the station bought a color film processor.
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Veteran TV News Reporter Magee Hickey Finds a New Home–WPIX - mediabistro.com
Google News - over 5 years
He was at the helm at WCBS when Hickey was there, and ultimately fired her in 1996 as part of “Black Friday,” in which seven high-profile staffers, including Tony Guida, John Johnson, and Michele Marsh were sent packing. Hickey has amassed several
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FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Blu-ray Review - Collider.com
Google News - over 5 years
Next his daughter Hodel (Michele Marsh) falls in love with a young revolutionary, Perchik (Michael Glaser), who recently moved to their town. Again, Tevye relents. The final straw, however, comes when daughter #3, Chava (Neva Small), wants to marry the
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WEDDINGS/CELEBRATIONS; Nancy Sarf, Adam Feinstein
NYTimes - about 10 years
Nancy Botta Sarf and Adam Todd Feinstein are to be married by Rabbi Marcia Rappaport this morning at the apartment of friends, Larry and Michele Marsh, in New York. The bride, 36, is a consultant who reviews financial reports for accuracy at F & D Reports Information Clearing House in Great Neck, N.Y., which provides financial and credit consulting
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SHOPPING WITH: Donna Hanover; Brass Tacks and Second Acts
NYTimes - over 14 years
IT'S good to get home at the end of a long day. Not to mention five years of insinuation and accusation about marital infidelities, a protracted battle over your house (Gracie Mansion, New York's mayoral residence) and your job (as the city's first lady), an unexpected divorce suit, then a countersuit, an 18-month staredown between lawyers and an
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Head of Channel 2 Resigns; His Boss Will Take His Place
NYTimes - over 19 years
Bud Carey, the vice president and general manager of WCBS-TV, Channel 2, New York's underperforming CBS station, has resigned, the president of the network's television stations group announced yesterday, adding that he would take charge of the station himself. The executive, Jonathan Klein, said he would continue in his role as president of CBS
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Vying for New York Stories, For Beguiling Announcers And, Yes, for People's Trust
NYTimes - over 19 years
JERRY Seinfeld, Rafael Pineda and Liliana Marin have been causing agita for the already ulcer-prone news executives of New York City's local broadcast television stations. Jerry Seinfeld? The Pineda-Marin team? Re-runs of ''Seinfeld'' at 11 P.M. on Channel 11 are so popular with viewers in the New York City area that they draw more people than the
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In the TV News Wars, the Rivalry Is Fiercer Than Ever
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Poised in a New Jersey parking lot, ready for duty 24 hours a day, is the mythic superhero of New York City television news, a blue-and-white figure that can leap tall buildings in a single bound, and that swoops toward any emergency and brings cold-eyed reality, if not truth and justice, into every living room. Its name: Chopper 4. Emblazoned on
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Dear TV News Director, Here's How to Run the Show
NYTimes - over 20 years
Does the news that a few days after being dismissed by WCBS-TV, two local-news anchors have been hired by WNBC mean (a) WCBS-TV made a mistake, or (b) WNBC is making a mistake, or (c) that's show business? If you chose (c), you've been watching local news. By now, the fact that television programs and personalities thrive and perish on ratings
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2 Ex-WCBS Anchors Are Hired by WNBC
NYTimes - over 20 years
Two television news anchors dismissed by WCBS-TV last week have been hired by WNBC, the station announced yesterday. Michele Marsh and John Johnson, who were part of a purge of seven news anchors and correspondents at Channel 2, will begin working for Channel 4, starting Oct. 28. Ms. Marsh will join Chuck Scarborough as co-anchor of the weeknight 6
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Metro Digest
NYTimes - over 20 years
NEW YORK 7-Year-Old in Harassment Case A 7-year-old Queens boy who kissed a classmate and tore a button from her skirt was suspended from school for sexual harassment, then reinstated, as school officials weathered a wave of criticism and said they would review the school system's harassment policies. $(Page A1.$) Foster Home for Abducted Boy In
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Review/Television; 50 Years of Channel 2: More Than Lights And Wires in a Box
NYTimes - over 25 years
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, New York City's Channel 2 has put together its own birthday card in the form of an hourlong documentary. "50 Years Together: Channel 2 and You" can be seen tonight at 9 o'clock. This is a celebration, no doubt about it. Touchy moments in the station's history are either skimmed over lightly or just ignored. But the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Michele Marsh
    FORTIES
  • 2003
    Age 48
    In 2003, WNBC removed Marsh from her anchor chair, sparking a front-page story in New York's Daily News.
    More Details Hide Details She left the station and has not appeared on television since due to a non-compete clause in her still-active contract.
  • 1996
    Age 41
    Marsh was one of several personalities fired by WCBS in October 1996, being fired shortly after completing the 5 PM newscast with her co-anchor John Johnson, who was also fired.
    More Details Hide Details Both were quickly hired by WNBC to anchor a new midday newscast for the station, but after one year Marsh was moved to calling WNBC's 6 PM newscast after Johnson abruptly retired due to family issues.
  • 1995
    Age 40
    In 1995, Marsh returned to anchoring the 11 PM newscast with Johnson, replacing Dana Tyler.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1981
    Age 26
    Outside of a brief period in 1981 and 1982, Marsh stayed as co-anchor of the 11 PM newscast until 1993 and worked alongside Smith, Mike Schneider, and Ernie Anastos; she was also anchor of both of the station's early evening newscasts for several years with Jim Jensen, Anastos, and John Johnson.
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  • 1979
    Age 24
    Marsh began working at WCBS-TV in 1979 as a reporter and then as co-anchor of the Saturday 11 p.m. edition of Channel 2 News.
    More Details Hide Details Within three months, Marsh was promoted to co-anchor of the 11 o'clock report alongside Rolland Smith.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1954
    Born
    Born in 1954.
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