Shauna Parsons

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Shauna Parsons
Born Shauna Parsons
Occupation News Anchor
Spouse(s) Ivan

Shauna Parsons is a TV news personality in Portland, Oregon who co-anchors with Wayne Garcia The 10 O'Clock News on KPTV-TV .[1] Shauna moved to Portland in 2000[1] and started her co-anchor position in October 2000.[2] Previously she worked in college radio and at Fox 13 KSTU in Salt Lake City. She went from an internship to a full-time reporter, weekend anchor, and launched a weekday morning show in 1996.[1][3]

The Society of Professional Journalists and the Utah Broadcasters Association have given her several awards, and she also received an Emmy nomination for a story on animal euthanasia.[4]

In 1987, at age 17, she appeared as a contestant on the All New Dating Game, and was selected as the winner.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Invasion of Privacy Reporter
2001 Road to Redemption TV Reporter
1987 All New Dating Game Herself Winner
2000 Fox 12 Oregon Herself
1999 KSTU Herself Won Emmy Award and other various awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Utah Broadcasters Association
1999 BYU Radio Herself During college at Brigham Young University

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Shauna Parsons". kptv.com. KPTV-KPDX Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 2013-04-16. 
  2. ^ KGW proving to be a news ratings powerhouse, Portland Business Journal (March 26, 2001)
  3. '^ Local TV stations expand news coverage, The Deseret News (July 6, 1996)
  4. ^ KPTV Fox 12′s Shauna Parsons, PDX.fm (February 17, 2010[dead link]
  5. ^ What Would Surprise Viewers About Shauna?, KPTV.com, Retrieved July 16, 2010[dead link]