From WDSU's website: Kim came to New Orleans from the Norfolk-Portsmouth-Newport News, Va., market, where she anchored weekend newscasts for WVEC TV and reported on events in the community. Her experience includes coverage of the Virginia Tech shooting spree in 2007 and the recent crash of a Navy F/A-18 jet into a Virginia Beach neighborhood.
I have much respect for all reporters. One minute you're living in North Carolina then you get a great job offer in Texas. You do well in Texas and maybe CNN, Fox News, ABC, NBC or CBS calls and offers you a gig and then you're off to New York. For many it's a life of constant moving. When I attended college, being an English major, I met many future reporters. To be a good reporter, you must have great writing skills, speak clear and concise, not be shy, work at all times of the day and night, be attractive and intelligent. That's just a few of the traits you need.
See why I blog?
yeah, I went to college and graduated