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Advertising Account Executive
Triad Time-Warner Cable
Techwatch Producer and Reporter
General Assignment Reporter
Tech Watch Reporter
10TV Eyewitness News
Chief Meteorologist and the First Female Meteorologist
Greensboro Children's Museum
Member of the Board of Trustees
Melissa A. Marsh - Reporter, Producer and Anchor
Melissa Marsh left WXII 12 in October 2007.
She is now with Triad Time-Warner Cable, where she is an advertising Account Executive. Melissa Marsh joined WXII 12 in October 2002. She came to WXII from the NBC affiliate in Raleigh, where she was a general assignment reporter. During her first three years at WXII 12, she was the morning reporter, getting up at 2:30am five days a week! Now, she reports in the evenings for WXII 12 News at 5pm, 6pm, and 11pm. She anchored weekend evenings from April 2005 to April 2006. Since she joined WXII 12, she has traveled to the coast to cover Hurricanes Isabel and Charley and to Daytona Beach, Fla., for the Daytona 500! She has also covered President Bush's five visits to North Carolina in the last four years. While in Raleigh, Melissa covered many post 9/11 stories from North Carolina's military bases. She reported live from Fort Bragg and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in the first few days of the war in Afghanistan. She followed families from Fort Bragg and Seymour Johnson as they experienced watching their loved ones travel to Afghanistan. Melissa got her start in television in 1998 while interning for news magazine Dateline NBC in Manhattan. Melissa enjoys ALL outdoor activities -- cycling, running, hiking, snorkeling -- and any time spent at the beach! She is a certified aerobics instructor and teaches Spinning, Body Pump, Body Step, Sweat and Kickboxing at Sportime and Pyramids Wellness Center in Greensboro. In her spare time, Melissa enjoys traveling, a good read, yoga, pilates, and shag dancing. Melissa is active in the community and is a member of the Board of Trustees at the Greensboro Children's Museum. She participates in dozens of cycling events every year, one of her favorites being the Tour to Tanglewood. Every year, she heads up a team of folks in the Triad to ride in the Tour to Tanglewood with her (last year's ride was 95 miles and her teamed raise $15,000!). She also completed her first Sprint Distance Triathlon in 2003, and looks forward to many more in the future. On March 30, 2005, Melissa was recognized as an "Outstanding Young Leader" by the Winston-Salem Jaycees. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Campbell University with a B.A. degree in Communications and a minor in Spanish. She grew up in Concord and resides in Greensboro with her husband Jim.
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Melissa MarshTechwatch Producer/Reporter
NBC 17 - NBC 17 - Melissa Marsh
Melissa MarshNBC 17 - NBC 17 - Melissa MarshMelissa MarshNBC 17 General Assignment ReporterMelissa MarshMelissa is a North Carolina native and joined NBC 17 News in June of 1999 as an assistant producer.She's done a variety of jobs at NBC17 and has climbed the ladder very fast.In May of 2000, Melissa became NBC 17's Tech Watch reporter.In April of 2001, she became a general assignment reporter for NBC 17.Melissa got her start in television news as an intern at WECT in Fayetteville.In 1998, she interned for WTVD in Fayetteville. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Campbell University with a B.A. degree in Communications and a minor in Spanish.Melissa completed an internship for news magazine Dateline NBC in Manhattan before moving to the Triangle. Melissa is an AFAA certified aerobics instructor and teaches at Gold's Gym in Cary and Raleigh. In her spare time, Melissa enjoys traveling, snorkeling, scuba diving, reading, and exercising.Melissa grew up in Concord and enjoys working in her home state.She is married to Jim Harmston. Send e-mail to Melissa Marsh. Copyright 2002 by NBC17.com.All rights reserved.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio: Melissa Marsh
Melissa MarshMelissa MarshMelissa is the weekendmeteorologist for 10TV Eyewitness News.Her special weather reports are alsoMelissa joined the 10TV family in December 1998.Previously, she was ameteorologist for top-rated WSAZ-TV in Charleston-Huntington, West Virginia.Shebegan there in 1996 as weekend meteorologist and then was promoted the station's5pm newscast.Prior to WSAZ, Melissa worked at two stations in Youngstown, nearher hometown of Canfield.At WFMJ-TV, she was chief meteorologist and the firstfemale meteorologist in the market.She began her broadcast career as weatheranchor and general assignment reporter at WYTV-TV.Melissa, a native Ohioan, also plays a major role in covering weather-relatednews stories for 10TV all across the nation.She covered the deadly tornadoes inCincinnati and in Oklahoma during the 1999 tornado season, and the 2002 tornadooutbreak in Van Wert.In 2000, Melissa was nominated for an Emmy for her work in the Doppler 10weather special "Dangerous Skies."She is a cum laude graduate of Otterbein College with a double major inbroadcasting and journalism.Melissa is certified in broadcast meteorology from
WBNS-10TV - Columbus, Ohio
Melissa MarshWBNS-10TV - Columbus, OhioFIND A CAR YELLOW PAGES FIND A JOB CITY SCENE Melissa MarshMelissa is the weekend meteorologist for 10TV Eyewitness News.Her special weather reports are also featured during the week.Melissa, a native Ohioan, also plays a major role in covering weather-related news stories for 10TV all across the nation.She covered the deadly tornadoes in Cincinnati and in Oklahoma during the 1999 tornado season. Melissa joined the 10TV family in December 1998.Previously, she was a meteorologist for top-rated WSAZ-TV in Charleston-Huntington, West Virginia.She began there in 1996 as weekend meteorologist and then was promoted the station's 5pm newscast.Prior to WSAZ, Melissa worked at two stations in Youngstown, near her hometown of Canfield.At WFMJ-TV, she was Chief Meteorologist and the first female meteorologist in the market.She began her broadcast career as weather anchor and general assignment reporter at WYTV-TV. Melissa's career as a journalist began here in Columbus.She worked for Hirt Publications as a reporter for the Grove City Record and later as editor of The Westerville Beacon. She is a cum laude graduate of Otterbein College with a double major in broadcasting and journalism.Melissa is certified in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University. Melissa lives in Columbus and is enjoying catching up with old college friends. E-mail Melissa at: email@example.comNews Team Anchors - Melissa Marsh