Donna Kelley

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Donna Kelley
Born 1956
Havre, Montana, U.S.
Occupation Television producer
News anchor
Reporter
Notable credit(s) CNN

Donna J. Kelley (born 1956) is executive producer and evening news anchor for KBZK-TV in Bozeman, Montana, which she joined in 2007 after a six year retirement from the broadcast news industry.

Prior to returning to the broadcasting field, Kelley worked for CNN as a lead anchor and reporter from 1985 through 2001, working primarily out of the Atlanta headquarters.

Kelley had previously worked in Spokane, Washington and Helena, Montana before joining CNN.

Known for her poised on-air performance, Kelley has won many broadcasting awards including two Cable Ace's and an Emmy.[1]

She was previously married to fellow CNN anchor Patrick Emory.[2]

Kelley is a Bozeman native and a graduate of Bozeman High School.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "News Emmys' Top Story: 10 Trophies For Abc, Pbs". The Hollywood Reporter. September 11, 1997. Retrieved 2008-03-05. 
  2. ^ "Seen, Heard, Said -- People". Retrieved 2014-08-09.