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Background Information

Employment History

Morning Drive-Time Traffic Reporter

WBZ-TV


Contributor

WBZ-TV


Operations Director

Metro Networks


Program Director

WRKO-AM


Morning Drive-Time Traffic Reporter

CBSnews.com


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Rich Kirkland
Rich Kirkland is the morning drive-time traffic reporter for WBZ-TV News in the Morning. In addition to monitoring New England's roadways, Kirkland reports breaking news from the SkyEye 4 helicopter for WBZ-TV News at 5PM and 6PM. Prior to joining WBZ-TV, Kirkland served as Operations Director for Metro Networks in Boston, which provides traffic information used by media across the state of Massachusetts. During that time, he was also the voice of WBZ-TV 's morning traffic reports. Kirkland has worked as Program Director at WRKO-AM in Boston. He is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications.


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Rich Kirkland
wbztv.com - Rich Kirkland Rich Kirkland Rich Kirkland is the morning drive-time traffic reporter for WBZ-TV News in the Morning. In addition to monitoring New England's roadways, Kirkland reports breaking news from the SkyEye 4 helicopter for WBZ-TV News at 5PM and 6PM. Prior to joining WBZ-TV, Kirkland served as Operations Director for Metro Networks in Boston, which provides traffic information used by media across the state of Massachusetts. During that time, he was also the voice of WBZ-TV 's morning traffic reports. Kirkland has worked as Program Director at WRKO-AM in Boston. He is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications.


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Rich KirklandCBS4 Boston - New England's Source For Breaking News, Weather, and Sports for Boston, Worcester, Cape Cod, Nashua, and More: Rich Kirkland> > > > > > > > > > > > > CBS4 Boston - New England's Source For Breaking News, Weather, and Sports for Boston, Worcester, Cape Cod, Nashua, and More: Rich KirklandRich KirklandTraffic Reporter/ Skyeye4 ReporterRich Kirkland is the morning drive-time traffic reporter for CBS4 News in the Morning.In addition to monitoring New England's roadways, Kirkland reports breaking news from the SkyEye 4 helicopter for CBS4 News at 4:00PM and 6:00PM.Kirkland can also be seen on The UPN 38 Morning Show in Boston and UPN 28 in Providence.Prior to joining CBS4, Kirkland served as Operations Director for Metro Networks in Boston, which provides traffic information used by media across the state of Massachusetts.During that time, he was also the voice of CBS4's morning traffic reports.Kirkland has worked as Program Director at WRKO-AM in Boston.He is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications.


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WBZ's Rich Kirkland said southbound traffic was backed up 15 miles as curious drivers looked at the crash scene.


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There were at least 40 crashes on local highways during rush hour, according to WBZ traffic reporter Rich Kirkland.
"We've had more accidents than I can remember anytime," he said. Kirkland said he had no idea why there were so many crashes.


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