Christel is an Emmy-Nominated and Award-Winning Journalist, who has Made a Mark in Broadcast News. An Interview With FOX4 Evening News Anchor, Christel Bell
Q: While in high school, did you have any idea you wanted to go into broadcasting?CB: I started visiting the idea of a career in broadcasting around 10th grade. My reading teacher (Ms. Turner) gave the assignment of reciting Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. I remember being the only one in my class who recited the entire speech and I remember the adrenaline I felt when standing up in front of the class saying that speech. This moment helpe..
Off Camera, She Enjoys Spending Time with family & friends, Traveling the Globe & Cheering on her Favorite Sports Teams, Meet FOX4 News Reporter, Kerri Stowell
Q: What inspired you to study broadcast journalism?KS: When I was in high school, I took a broadcast journalism class called OGTV. It was my favorite class! One day, we took a field trip to KCTV5 in Kansas City. I was watching the anchors in the studio transition from a commercial break to an on-air segment and thought, “I can get paid for this?!” I loved my high school TV class, and in that moment, decided to pursue broadcast journalism as a career. Q: Wh..
A Conversation with KCTV5 Meteorologist, Alena Lee
Q: When did you decide to be a meteorologist?AL: I was in my Spring semester of college at Arizona State University. I had the opportunity to forecast the weather one day a week for our nightly newscast, Cronkite News that aired on the PBS affiliate. I had no idea what I was getting myself into because before that semester I had my heart set on being a reporter. I knew I wanted to be a reporter or storyteller since I was probably in middle school. I loved ..