Although she loved anchoring and reporting, Jenelle Tortorella decided she wanted to try out city life and now works in public relations in the Boston area.
After leaving Elmira in 2001, I worked as a sportscaster doing professional and college basketball play-play in Chicago, reported for ESPN Radio 1000 in Chicago, and spent four years as a sports anchor/reporter at SportsChannel Chicago.
Nick Bannin was a meteorologist at WETM from April 2008-September 2010.
Bick worked as an anchor, reporter, producer and weatherman at Channel 18 from 1988 to 1990. It is agreed: The Twin Tiers are the best training ground for TV in the country.
Rich Caniglia is in Rochester, NY at WHEC-TV. He has been there since leaving WETM-TV in 1999.
I left WETM to take a job as a reporter with our Rochester sister-station 13WHAM-ABC.
After more than 16 great years as sports director at WETM-TV, Terry Day joined the Mansfield University Public Relations Department as assistant director in August 1999.
I will never forget Elmira! I left in August of 2007 to check out life up north in Buffalo, New York.
Staci-Lyn Honda isn't too far from the Twin Tiers. She is now braving snow country as a reporter at WSYR-TV in Syracuse, where she started in August of 2010.
Leigh Kjekstad was the 6&11pm anchor at WETM-18 News from 2004-2007.
Ana Liss worked at WETM from 2007 to 2009. For the bulk of that time, she anchored the morning show.
You can now find former WETM sports reporter Emerson Lotzia at KTVX, a.k.a. ABC4 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Even though you can catch me in Elmira from time to time visiting my in-laws and nieces, my wife and I have been living happily in Baltimore, MD since 2008.
Raegan Medgie now works as a reporter and fill-in anchor for Newswatch 16 in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Matt launched the UPN 30 News at 10pm in 2004 (Now WETM.2). During his time he also took over anchoring duties on WETM 18 News at 5.
Josh worked as a sports anchor and reporter at WGRZ Buffalo.
Jonathan worked at WETM from 2002 to 2005. He started as Weekend Meteorologist while still in his last semester at college, but within a year, was promoted Chief Meteorologist. He is now the Morning Meteorologist at WBFF-TV, the FOX affiliate in Baltimore, MD.
After Elmira, I didn't go far, but much closer to my home in New Jersey. I am now the Lackawanna County Beat Reporter at WNEP Newswatch 16 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. It's been a long journey since college.
Hello to everyone in the Twin Tiers! I send my greetings from Buffalo, where I have been since I left Elmira in December of 1993.
I am currently the Sports Director at WCSC-TV (CBS) in beautiful Charleston, SC.
As of late August 2010, I left WETM-TV to join the news team of YNN (Your News Now) Time Warner Cable in Syracuse, NY.
After starting her news career with WETM 18 News in Elmira doing everything from producing, to reporting and anchoring, Ewa Roman joined the WHP CBS21 News family on April 13, 2005 as a reporter/producer.
Rachel Rose shared the anchor desk with WETM-18 Storm Team Meteorologist Joe Pasquarelli every weekday morning on WETM-18 News Today from 2006 to 2007.
Dayna Roselli works in Las Vegas, Nevada at KLAS-TV (CBS) as the Morning News Anchor.
Tara Rosenblum joined News 12 in the summer of '04 as a reporter, fill-in anchor and is now the Anchor for News 12 Westchester and Hudson Valley Weekend Edition.
David Schifter was news director and anchor at WETM-TV from 1996-1999 and was responsible for launching the morning news show.
Brittni Smallwood works for News 4 in Buffalo, New York. She joined WIVB-TV’s morning show, “Wake Up! as a reporter.
While Sara enjoyed working in TV news and her time in the Twin Tiers, she decided she wanted to move closer to family and now works in media relations in the Philadelphia metro area.
After leaving WETM-TV in April of 2008, I joined a group of four television stations in snowy Syracuse called “CNYCentral.”
Where am I now??? Sunny Florida! I'm working for WETM's sister station, Action News, in Jacksonville, Fla. So, lucky for all of you, you may get to see me from time to time!
ALBANY, N.Y. (18 NEWS) – Over nine-hundred consumers in the Southern Tier received help with their consumer complaints since January 2011, according to a new report released by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.