Award-winning journalist Bree Sison is a reporter and anchor for WBZ-TV News and primarily assigned to weekday mornings.
Sison has been recognized by the Massachusetts Providers Council for her series on mental health, “Matters of the Mind.” She also received a New England EMMY nomination for Best Sports Reporter in 2013. Additionally, Sison was part of a team honored with a National EMMY Award, a Peabody Award and an Alfred I. duPont Award.
Before heading to Boston, Sison served as morning anchor at WEAR-TV (ABC) in Pensacola, Florida. During her time there, she anchored live from the field for two months during the Gulf Oil Spill of 2010. Prior to joining WEAR-TV, Sison worked at WMBB News (ABC) in Panama City, Florida, where she started in as a “one-man-band,” shooting and editing her own stories. After two years of beat reporting, Sison was promoted to morning anchor and producer for the market’s number one rated morning show. During that time, the Florida Associated Press recognized her for Individual Achievement. Sison began her television career in Virginia where she worked on local cable access programming in Richmond and Chesapeake.
Sison holds Bachelors Degrees in both Political Science and Mass Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master’s Degree in Political Management from George Washington University. Outside of work, Sison is a member of SAG-AFTRA, the Society of Professional Journalists and the Asian American Journalists Association.
You can contact Bree at email@example.com.
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WBZ-TV’s Bree Sison helped judge the pageant.
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