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The participants include Sue Hale, ...
The participants include Sue Hale, Jenifer Reynolds, Vivian Vahlberg and Pam Olson, all of whom are featured in the exhibit.
Jenifer Reynolds, host of Oklahoma Department of Tourism's Discover Oklahoma, is another household name in Oklahoma television journalism.
"You know you're old when you're featured in an exhibit," she
has helped plan the exhibit since its inception.
"If you think about the women and the strength it took to come and settle this place ... we have pioneers in space and aviation, it only seems natural that we would in journalism," she
readily admits how she
benefited from the women who came before her
start at KOSU and moved to television in 1988 as KWTV's
primary capitol reporter.
While at Oklahoma State University, she won the duPont-Columbia Award, the equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize in broadcast journalism, and is the only college student to have ever received the honor.
In addition to being co-host of Discover Oklahoma, she is president of Sandbur Productions, LLC in Jones, OK.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- The Oklahoma ...
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- The Oklahoma Historical Society will present a free roundtable conversation with prominent Oklahoma women journalist discussing their careers and celebrating the life and career of Edith Gaylord on June 13 at 3:30 p.m. Participating in the roundtable will be Sue Hale, Jenifer Reynolds, Vivian Vahlberg and Pam Olson.
Jenifer Reynolds started her career on KOSU radio while attending college at Oklahoma State University.
moved to television in 1988 as KWTV Channel 9's
primary Capitol reporter.
In 1990 Reynolds
was offered an anchor job at the station.
Since leaving the anchor's desk, Reynolds serves as cohost of the statewide television show "Discover Oklahoma."
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Keynote speaker for this year's Oklahoma EE Expo is Jenifer Reynolds, host ofDiscover Oklahoma television series.
Ms. Reynolds will be sharing her knowledge and enthusiasm for a wealth of places in our state where Oklahoma can Get Outside!
Jenifer is a third generation Oklahoman, born in Miami.
She is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, where she was awarded the DuPont-Columbia Award, the broadcast equivalent to the Pulitzer Prize.
She's the only college student ever to receive this honor.
14 years at NEWS 9, were spent reporting on various topics including government and children's issues.
A lover of the outdoors and proud mother of three children, Jenifer is the host of Discover Oklahoma and Mind Games, a new show on KSBI that features Oklahoma college students competing for Scholarship money in a weekly "Battle of the Brains".
husband Chris, and their 3 children now reside in Jones, Oklahoma where they have chosen to live the agricultural lifestyle.
DUNLAP CODDING SHAREHOLDER DOUGLAS J. SOROCCO NAMED TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF CREATIVE OKLAHOMA | Dunlap Codding
Jenifer Reynolds, AAA Discover Oklahoma, Host
Honorees this year are Julie DelCour, associate editor at Tulsa World; Edward L. Goodwin, former publisher of the Oklahoma Eagle in Tulsa; James O. Goodwin, publisher of the Oklahoma Eagle; Ron Hagler, television cameraman for CBS; John and Tinker Hruby, former publishers of The Marlow Review; Rose Lane, GM and editor at OKC Friday; Patrick B. McGuigan, publisher of The City Sentinel in Oklahoma City; Gary Reid, publisher emeritus of The Kingfisher Times & Free Press; Jenifer Reynolds, television host of Discover Oklahoma; Judy Gibbs Robinson, editorial adviser to The Oklahoma Daily and journalism faculty at the University of Oklahoma; and Robby Trammell, news editor at The Oklahoman.