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WRGB-TV Channel 6 News :: News Team - Alexandra Field
Alexandra Field - Reporter
Alexandra Field is CBS6 Albany's New York State Capitol correspondent.
Along with her
interest in covering New York State politics, Field
has enjoyed the opportunity to cover stories across the Capital Region.
arrival at CBS 6 Alexandra has reported extensively on the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, the Occupy Albany movement, and the historic vote to legalize same sex marriage in New York State
She's also an award-winning video journalist who has been honored by the Associated Press and the Syracuse Press Club for her coverage of breaking news.
Prior to moving to the Capital Region, Field worked at WWNY-TV, the CBS affiliate in Watertown, NY.
In her three years at WWNY, Field worked as a general assignment reporter and video journalist before becoming the solo-anchor and producer of the stations 10pm and 11pm newscasts.
The highlights of her
work in Watertown included her
continued coverage of the 10th Mountain Division, whose soldiers are some of the most heavily deployed in the United States Army; her
trip to the Gulf Coast to report on the survivors of Hurricane Katrina; and, her
following of the 2009 Race for New Yorks 23rd Congressional District, a race that drew national attention and helped put TEA Party activists in the national spotlight.
grew up in Manhattan.
She received her undergraduate degree from Hamilton College with concentrations in history and French.
She earned her masters degree in broadcast journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
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CNN's Lateef Mungin, Kevin Conlon, Dana Garrett, Laurie Segall, Eden Pontz, Rob Frehse, Rose Arce, Chandler Friedman, Stephanie Gallman, Alexis Weiss and Bob Crowley, as well as journalist Alexandra Field, contributed to this report.