Award-winning journalist Bree Sison is a general assignment reporter for WBZ-TV News and primarily reports on weekday mornings as well as weekends.
Before coming to Boston, Sison was a morning anchor at WEAR-TV (ABC 3) in Pensacola, Florida, where she had worked since 2009. While at WEAR-TV, Sison anchored live from the field for two months during the Gulf Oil Spill of 2010. In addition to the duties of a morning anchor, Sison was responsible for the newscast’s website, social media posts, and filling in regularly as a producer and evening anchor. Prior to joining WEAR-TV, Sison worked at WMBB News (ABC 13) in Panama City, Florida, where she started in 2006 as a general assignment reporter who also shot and edited her pieces. In 2008, she was promoted to morning anchor and producer for the market’s number one rated morning show, and she won a Florida Associated Press Award for Individual Achievement. From 2004 to 2006, Sison worked as a reporter and producer for a PBS bi-monthly TV show called “InSight” in Richmond, Virginia.
Sison graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2006 earning a BA degree in Political Science and Mass Communications, and she received a Master’s Degree in Political Management from George Washington University in 2012.
Sison is a member of the Asian America Journalists Association as well as the Society of Professional Journalists. She currently resides in the Boston area with her husband.
You can contact Bree at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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