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WAOW


News 3 Anchor and Reporter

WWMT


Journalist

WWMT


Contributor

WWMT


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News


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News


Anchor and Reporter

WBAY


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www.michiguide.com

After 22 years with Newschannel 3, Judy Markee has decided to leave the station at the end of May 2011.
Judy's last day at the anchor desk with be on May 27th. Freedom Broadcasting of Michigan, WWMT Newschannel 3's Judy Markee announced today that she will not be renewing her contract and is leaving the station at the end of May. Judy has been with WWMT for the last 22 years and she is currently a main anchor of Newschannel 3's 5pm, 5:30pm, 6pm and 11pm Newscasts. Markee said, "It is not an easy decision for me to leave, however 22 years in one place is a long time so I felt it is the right time for a change. The time demands of this business and my schedule of working daily until midnight has made it difficult to get away for meaningful periods of time. So my husband and I intend to spend the next year traveling. Afterwards, there are things I want to do and other opportunities to explore. It's been six years since I was diagnosed with breast cancer and I want to thank the community for all the support they have given me. I am doing great and I am excited and looking forward to the next chapter in my life. I will miss the daily interaction with my co-workers but I know we will be in touch"... Judy Markee to leave Newschannel 3 (Tue, 4/5)


www.michiguide.com [cached]

After 22 years with Newschannel 3, Judy Markee has decided to leave the station at the end of May 2011.
Judy's last day at the anchor desk with be on May 27th. Freedom Broadcasting of Michigan, WWMT Newschannel 3's Judy Markee announced today that she will not be renewing her contract and is leaving the station at the end of May. Judy has been with WWMT for the last 22 years and she is currently a main anchor of Newschannel 3's 5pm, 5:30pm, 6pm and 11pm Newscasts. Markee said, "It is not an easy decision for me to leave, however 22 years in one place is a long time so I felt it is the right time for a change. The time demands of this business and my schedule of working daily until midnight has made it difficult to get away for meaningful periods of time. So my husband and I intend to spend the next year traveling. Afterwards, there are things I want to do and other opportunities to explore. It's been six years since I was diagnosed with breast cancer and I want to thank the community for all the support they have given me. I am doing great and I am excited and looking forward to the next chapter in my life. I will miss the daily interaction with my co-workers but I know we will be in touch"... Judy Markee to leave Newschannel 3 (Tue, 4/5) Yesterday the K-zoo Gazette also covered the pending departure of Judy Markee from WWMT Ch. 3 in May. His announcement comes on the heels of two other high profile departures, WWMT's Judy Markee who leaves next month and WOOD-TV's Suzanne Geha who exited earlier this month.


www.wwmt.com [cached]

By Judy Markee, News 3 Anchor/Reporter This special report by Judy Markee and photojournalist Bill Krupka first aired at 5 p.m. on May 8, 2006.This special report by Judy Markee and photojournalist Bill Krupka first aired at 5 p.m. on May 9, 2006.


www.wwmt.com [cached]

Judy MarkeeJudy Markee judy@wwmt.comJudy Markee is the weeknight co-anchor of News 3 at 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. Markee is an award-winning journalist, with a deep commitment to the community.She has been with WWMT Channel 3 since 1990 and brings experience to the News 3 Team.Before moving to West Michigan, Judy was a reporter, anchor and producer for both WAOW-TV (ABC) in Wausau/Rhinelander, Wisconsin, and WBAY-TV (CBS) in Green Bay/Appleton, Wisconsin.In addition to Emmy awards received from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), Michigan Chapter, Judy's work has been recognized by her peers from the Michigan Associated Press, the Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB), and the Radio and Television News Directors Association (RTNDA).The Associated Press named her Reporter of the Year in 1992. A documentary on domestic violence, "Battered, Shattered Lives," done in West Michigan, which Judy both produced and reported, was a finalist at the New York Film Festival.Judy and co-anchor Jamie Boll traveled to Honduras after Hurricane Mitch in 1999, to report on relief efforts there.During her career, Judy has interviewed world leaders.A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Judy received a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio-TV-Film and was honored as an Outstanding Senior for her academic record and contributions to the school.Judy comes from a family of 12 children, which explains her good sense of humor and her enjoyment of quiet time.When she's not working at News 3, Judy enjoys reading, writing, cooking and working in her yard. Judy makes her home in Portage with her husband and her dog Georgia.


www.wwmt.com

Judy MarkeeWWMT : Judy MarkeeJudy Markeejmarkee@wwmt.comJudy Markee is the weeknight co-anchor of NEWSCHANNEL 3 at 5 p.m., 5:30P.M., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m with Jeff McAtee.Judy is an award-winning journalist, with a deep commitment to the community.She has been with WWMT NEWSCHANNEL 3 since 1989 and brings experience to the NEWSCHANNEL 3 Team. Before moving to West Michigan, Judy was a reporter, anchor and producer for both WAOW-TV (ABC) in Wausau/Rhinelander, Wisconsin, and WBAY-TV (CBS) in Green Bay/Appleton, Wisconsin. Judy is a seven-time Emmy nominee, including a nomination for Best Anchor in 2005 from the National Academy of Television Arts and Science (NATAS), Michigan Chapter.She is a two-time Emmy winner.Judy's work has been recognized by her peers from the Michigan Associated Press, naming her Reporter of the Year in 1992, the Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB), and the Radio and Television News Directors Association (RTNDA).Judy has been anchoring newscasts that have been named the "Best" by AP and MAB eight times.A West Michigan documentary on domestic violence, "Battered, Shattered Lives," which Judy both produced and reported, was a finalist at the New York Film Festival.Judy has also been honored with an Edward R. Morrow Award.Judy traveled to Honduras after Hurricane Mitch in 1999, to report on relief efforts there.She was instrumental in helping the humanitarian relief organization International Aid raise thousands of dollars for supplies to the suffering people of Honduras. During her career, Judy has interviewed many world leaders.A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Judy received a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio-TV-Film and was honored as an Outstanding Senior for her academic record and contributions to the school. Judy comes from a family of 12 children, which explains her good sense of humor and her enjoyment of quiet time.When she's not working at NEWSCHANNEL 3, Judy enjoys reading, writing, cooking and working in her yard. Judy lives in Texas Township with her husband Ed and her rescue dog Georgia.


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