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Patrice Wood

Anchor and Reporter

WJAR-TV

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WJAR-TV

Background Information

Employment History

WJAR


News Positions

WBGU


Web References(58 Total References)


www.warwickonline.com

Yesterday, WJAR's Patrice Woods awarded the check to Tom Galluscio, president of Ocean State Animal Coalition, of which the clinic is an affiliate.


www.pawtucketartsfestival.org [cached]

Or, you may choose a more casual and informative Friday night Rush Hour concert, where our conductor Larry Rachleff talks about the music with WJAR Channel 10's Patrice Wood.


www.strategicpoint.com [cached]

Moderated by WJAR-NBC 10's Patrice Wood


www.vwindependent.com [cached]

Holly Patrice Wood, the daughter of Jinny Wood of Celina and the late Duane Wood, has seen a lot of changes in the newsroom of WJAR-TV in Providence, R.I., since she began work there on February 4, 1980.
Holly Patrice Wood Three decades after she first began work as a reporter for the station, Wood is an award-winning journalist who anchors the 5, 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts, while also serving as the station's Education Watch and Tuesday's Child reporter. Over the years, Wood has interviewed a number of famous people, including George H.W. Bush, Billy Joel and Oprah Winfrey. It wasn't always that way, Wood says today. Hired as the night beat reporter, Wood noted that she didn't have a lot of experience other than a short stint as a reporter/anchor at WDHO-TV in Toledo and several news positions with WBGU-TV in Bowling Green. Prior to her employment at WJAR, Wood also held internships with the United States House of Representatives, Time magazine and the ABC-TV network affiliate in Kansas City, Mo. "I was extremely green, but determined," Wood said of her start at WJAR, adding that she had planned on staying at the Rhode Island TV station for only two years when she first began work there. "But something happened," she said. "I fell in love with the place and the people (quite literally - I actually married one of them, Paul Pabis). "Thirty years at Channel 10 isn't what I had planned, but I'm grateful for the phenomenal experience and lasting friendships," Wood noted. The Rockford native has won a number of awards over the years, including the prestigious Silver Circle award from the New England Association of Television Arts and Sciences. Her Tuesday's Child reports, which feature children in state care who need permanent homes, have resulted in a number of children being matched with adoptive families. WJAR-TV honored Wood on February 4 with a special presentation that paid tribute to her longtime service to the station. In addition to her parents, Wood also has two sisters, Sheila Baltzell of Celina, editor and owner of The Parkway independent, and Colleen O'Steen of Huntsville, Ala.


www.annenbergchallenge.org

Annenberg Institute Executive Director Warren Simmons was one of three panelists who talked with Patrice Wood of WJAR about some of these issues.
Video is from WJAR News Conference, Special Assignment Education, on January 23, 2010, moderated by Patrice Wood. Patrice Wood: Are we in a crisis? Patrice Wood: How do these partnerships work? Patrice Wood: I worry so much about those high school kids that are at any of these high schools and can't read and can't do math.


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