Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Vote For The Hottest News Babe in Cleveland

Cleveland Rocks!! Cleveland Rocks!! Home of the Rock and Roll hall of fame. There are some very interesting stories on these hot news anchors in Cleveland. There's Catherine Bosley who comes via Youngstown, she was the infamous anchorwoman who's nude photos and video appeared all over the Internet. Sharon Reed posed nude a few years ago as well. Alicia Booth was voted sexiest news women in Charlotte and was demoted. Definitely some weird stuff going on. Anyways if you don't see your favorite hottie Cleveland news babe, feel free to email me at so I can add it.

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The candidates are:

Stacey Bell (FOX8)
Stacey Bell is co-anchor of Fox 8 News at Five and Ten.

Stacey joined WJW Fox 8 in 1998 as a reporter for Fox 8 News in The Morning. In 2000, she was promoted to co-anchor of Fox 8 News at Five, and in 2005, she was named co-anchor of Fox 8 News at Ten, along with Bill Martin.

Stacey has received two Emmys for her work on Fox 8’s public service program “Neighborhood.” In 2003, The Ohio Broadcasters Hall of Fame named her “Personality of the Year.” Kaleidoscope Magazine has also inducted her into its Forty/Forty Club, which recognizes Clevelanders under the age of 40 who are making a difference.

Prior to joining WJW in 1998, Stacey was a news anchor for KSLA-TV in Shreveport, La. She also served as a news reporter for KTBS-TV in Shreveport from 1994-96 and was a news anchor for KTAL-TV in Texarkana, Texas, from 1992-94.

Stacey holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from the University of Central Arkansas.

Born on Oct. 5, Stacey enjoys reading, exercising, traveling and music. She also recently joined with Cleveland Scholarship Foundation to help raise scholarship money for area students to pay for college expenses.

Kim Wheeler (WKYC 3News)
Kim Wheeler joined WKYC-TV in August, 1995. She is currently the weekday morning anchor and education/parenting reporter for Channel 3 News. Kim anchored the highly-rated weekend mornings with Jeff Maynor from 1996 through May, 2006.

Kim came to WKYC from WDBJ in Roanoke, Virginia where she served as reporter and anchor for six years. Prior to that, she was an anchor/reporter in Bluefield, West Virginia. Kim is a native of Smithville, Ohio. She graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor's degree in Journalism.

During Kim's years at WKYC, she received a first place award from the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists in 2000 for her series on Ritalin and children. She was named one of Cleveland Magazine's "most interesting people" in 1999. Kim was also featured in Cleveland Magazine as one of Cleveland's working moms in the media.

Channel 3 News followed Kim and her husband, Tracy on their journey to Thailand to adopt their two sons. They brought Terry Pitak home in February of 2000 and Max Arun in October of 2005.

Kim and Tracy worked with Holt International Children's Services in Eugene, Oregon. For more information on adoption contact Holt at

Kim has volunteered in the Cleveland Schools and at her son’s school. In addition, through her news stories, she worked with John Carroll University students to build a new playground for Margaret Ireland Elementary students.She also stays involved with education and adoption issues.

Sharon Reed (WOIO CBS19)
Sharon is a talented anchor and strong reporter known for her crisp storytelling and engaging live reports. She joined the 19 Action News team in May of 2002.

She came to Cleveland from WCAU-TV in Philadelphia, where she had been anchoring their morning and 10 a.m. newscasts. Prior to that, she was a reporter/anchor at WSVN-TV in Miami, a reporter for WMAR-TV in Baltimore and a correspondent for "American Journal" based out of New York City.

Sharon is a graduate of Georgetown University and holds a Master's Degree from the prestigious Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

Carole Sullivan (WKYC 3News)
Carole Sullivan returns to Channel 3 News!

* Named "Best TV Anchor" by the Cleveland Plain Dealer
* Voted "Best TV Personality" by Scene Magazine
* Showcased as Cleveland Magazine's "Most Interesting People"


Carole's first taste of Cleveland was as a student at John Carroll University.

Before graduating from JCU, Carole landed a reporting job at WAKC TV 23 in Akron. From there, Carole worked at WKBW TV 7 in Buffalo and WPXI, Ch 11 in Pittsburgh. She came to Cleveland at age 23. A young, scrappy reporter Carole's live skills and storytelling made her a stand out and staple on the 11 p.m. nightly news.

Lynna Lai (WOIO CBS19)

The power of home cooking brought Lynna Lai back to Cleveland! After being away from her family for eight years, Lynna returned to the North Coast to join the 19 Action News team. She currently co-anchors 19 Action News First at Four.

Lynna brings to the job 16 years of broadcasting experience in major markets across the country. Her aggressive career pursuits began as a reporter at WMBD-TV in Peoria, Ill., which was quickly followed by a stint at KGW-TV in Portland, Ore.

In 1994, she became the first Asian-American television reporter in Cleveland, but left to pursue anchoring and reporting jobs at WTSP-TV in Tampa, Fla. and WSB-TV in Atlanta, Ga. She has also served as a freelance correspondent for ABC News and the BBC.

Recognized for her energetic personality and storytelling abilities, Lynna has received two Associated Press awards for Best News Writing and Feature Reporting. In 2004, she won an Emmy for Best Spot News Reporting!

Lynna was born in Chicago and grew up in Louisiana before her family moved to the Cleveland area. She is a graduate of Louisiana State University, where she was the recipient of the LSU Honor Scholarship and a National Merit Scholarship Award.

Her hobbies include cooking, hiking through the Metroparks, golfing, playing classical piano, as well as watching football and foreign films. But there's not much time for any of that these days. She and her husband, Phil, are the new parents of Kayla!

Hollie Strano (WKYC 3News)
Hollie Strano is the weekday morning and Channel 3 News Midday meteorologist for WKYC. Her weather reports can also be heard on WTAM 1100 AM and Mix 106.5 FM radio.

Hollie grew up in Cleveland. She's from Lyndhurst, attended St. Clare grade school, NDCL High School and later graduated from John Carroll University. She also went on to complete meteorology coursework from Mississippi State University and received her NWA Seal.

Her favorite things include flip flops, candles, chocolate, cheeseburgers & fries, Christmas time, twinkle lights and snow.

Hollie and her husband, Brian, live on the East side with their 2 children, Jessica and Grady.

"I love what I do for a living, but my absolute favorite job of all time is being a mom!"

Hollie came to WKYC from WGHP-Fox 8 in High Point, NC, where she was the Noon and 5 p.m. meteorologist.

Hollie loves to cook, entertain ... and eat! You can catch her "Dish of the Week" segment each Thursday on Ch.3 News Today.

Catherine Bosley (WOIO CBS19)
Catherine Bosley joined the 19 Action News team in April 2005.

Catherine comes to us from WKBN-TV in Youngstown, Ohio, where she started as the crime reporter and back-up anchor, and then worked her way up to morning show co-anchor and noon show anchor.

She's an Ashtabula County native and a Kent State University cum laude graduate. Her career started right out of college at the station she interned at, WICU-TV in Erie, Pa. There she did just about every job in the newsroom -- reporting, fill-in anchoring, weekend weather and weekend assignment editing! Her next stop was WETM-TV in Elmira, N.Y., where she anchored, produced and reported. From there, it was on to WROC-TV in Rochester, N.Y., and then to Youngstown, where in addition to her TV job, she spent a year working for Y-103 radio as a morning show co-host.

So, what does Catherine do in her free time? Her No. 1 hobby is running. She has five marathons under her belt and plans to add many more with hopes of someday qualifying for the famous Boston Marathon. In fact, Catherine is so passionate about running that it's actually how she met her husband, also a runner! She enjoys many other outdoor sports and is a big fan of the Browns and Indians. Catherine enjoys charity work as well. most dedicated to the American Heart Association!

Wilma Smith (FOX8)
It's a career she loves and it shows! Cleveland born and raised, Wilma Smith is truly one of "Cleveland's Own!" She anchors Fox 8 News at Six.

Wilma began her broadcasting career in Richmond, Va., where she hosted and produced a daily hour-long talk show, "The Wilma Smith Show." She also anchored the 6 p.m. news, giving her the distinction of being the state of Virginia's first anchorwoman in primetime. She came back to Cleveland in 1977 to host "Afternoon Exchange" on WEWS. She was on that program from the show's inception -- the only local anchor with that type of longevity. She also anchored the 11 p.m. news at WEWS for 10 years. Wilma brought her widespread appeal to WJW in 1994. Throughout her years on the air, Wilma has spoken with hundreds of newsmakers, politicians, presidents, entertainers and award-winning authors. Her professionalism and interviewing skills effectively bring out her guests' most private thoughts and the most interesting aspects of their lives.

Wilma graduated from Cleveland's Garfield Heights High School and from Bowling Green State University with an undergraduate double major in speech and English. Wilma also holds a master's degree in broadcast journalism. During her college years, she won many academic and social awards, including BGSU's "Outstanding Senior Woman" -- an honor bestowed by the university president. Wilma was also a member of the Mortar Board, president of Panhellenic Council, May Queen and Best Dressed Coed.

Wilma is the recipient of 10 Emmy Awards for excellence in her television work. She was voted "Cleveland's Most Watchable Woman" by local viewers and "Best Anchorperson in Cleveland" in a poll of more than one million voters. Additionally, she was voted "Anchor of Excellence" by the National Association of Career Women, "Newscaster of the Year," a "Cleveland Pacesetter" and "Best Anchorperson" by Cleveland Magazine, and she is a member of the Ohio Television/Radio Hall of Fame. She is also one of the few women to be named to the prestigious NATAS Silver Circle and to be inducted into the Cleveland Association of Broadcasters. She was awarded the first Graduate of Distinction award by her high school alma mater and has been given national distinction from her college alma mater as recipient of the Alumni Community Award for her countless community-service activities. In 2006, she was named to the National Journalism Honorary, Kappa Tau Alpha. She is also the recipient of the Cleveland Communicator's Award and was named Cleveland's "Citizen of the Year" by the Cleveland Area Board of Realtors, an honor given to only one other broadcaster in its long history. Wilma has appeared on the cover of Cleveland Magazine an unprecedented five times and was the only Cleveland broadcaster to have written a letter to Clevelanders in the 2099 City of Cleveland Time Capsule.

A local Web site once conducted a poll to find out who was "Cleveland's Favorite Celebrity," and after 500,000 votes were tallied, Wilma came out on top, even beating out Drew Carey, who finished second. Also, a citywide Gallup poll taken in 1999 determined her to be the "City of Cleveland's Distinguished Woman of the Year." And, that same year, she was honored by the YWCA with the Greater Cleveland Woman of Achievement Award.

Wilma is deeply involved in community charity work. She has served on the boards of directors for the American Cancer Society and the Juvenile Diabetes Association, for which she hosts her annual spring golf tournament. She was also a board member for the Animal Protective League and the Alzheimer's Association. She hosted the Children's Miracle Network Telethon for eight years and the Cerebral Palsy Telethon for 10 years. Wilma has also hosted the Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethon. For many years, she served as chairman of the American Cancer Society's Women's Issues Month held in September. She also works with Wigs for Kids -- a program that provides wigs for children with cancer -- and with the Ronald McDonald House, a home away from home for families who have sick children in area hospitals. In addition to all of that, Wilma has worked for years with the annual Canton Hall of Fame Parade and Fashion Show.

Wilma lives on Cleveland's east side with her husband Tom and their family of rescued animals -- beagle brothers Clifford and Clarence and their beagle sister, Cassandra.

Abby Ham (WKYC 3News)
Abby Ham is back in the Buckeye State to anchor the weekday morning newscasts at WKYC.

She started her career as the 5 p.m. anchor and producer at WTAP in Southeast Ohio. After one year, she was promoted to weekday evening anchor, as well as 11 producer. While at WTAP, one of Abby's most popular features was a weekly series spotlighting what people love best about the mid-Ohio Valley.

Abby has won Associated Press awards for her work as an anchor, and for her reporting on severe flooding in Marietta, Ohio and West Virginia.

After her time at WTAP, Abby moved to Knoxville, Tennessee as weekend anchor and reporter at WBIR.

After a few months, she was named weekday morning anchor.

Abby loves waking up early and helping people start their days. She is excited to be a part of the Channel 3 family.

Alicia Booth (ABC News5)
A big part of NewsChannel 5’s On Your Side approach to news includes a major commitment to health and medical reporting. Alicia is the driving force behind that commitment. You can see her health reports on Live on 5. She also anchors NewsChannel 5 at Noon with Danita Harris.

Before her arrival at NewsChannel5, Alicia worked for another Cleveland television station as an anchor and reporter with a special commitment to breast cancer awareness.

Alicia is a native Californian, but has worked all over the country. Prior to Cleveland, she spent several years at WCNC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she anchored the evening news and reported for the 11pm newscast. While at WCNC, Alicia covered the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, and was working just yards away from where the bomb went off in Centennial Olympic Park, resulting in her being one of the first reporters to hit air with first-hand details.

She started her career as an anchor/reporter in Monterey, California at KMST-TV. She spent several years there as the military reporter, which included traveling to Saudi Arabia to report on the first Gulf War.

Alicia graduated from the University of Southern California with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and International Relations and a certificate in Military Strategy.

She is committed to volunteerism, and over the years has mentored inner-city children through the Salvation Army Boys and Girls’ Clubs, driven for Meals on Wheels, and worked with young children who have cerebral palsy.

She is married and has two step children and also loves to spend time with her dog, Charlie, a border-collie mix she adopted from Cleveland’s Animal Protective League.

*All biographies from their respective employer websites.


Anonymous said...

Wilma Smith ... head and shoulders above the rest!

Anchor Man said...

Voted Cleveland's Favorite Celebrity over Drew Carey, that about says it all I guess...

Anonymous said...

I voted Alicia Booth because out of the options we were given I consider her to be the prettiest. Plus her boobs are huge right now with her being pregnant, and they look awesome.

But the two prettiest of all aren't even on the list, those being Lee Jordan and Stefani Schaefer who happen to be two of the most beautiful women in the world.

Anonymous said...

Anybody BUT alicia booth!!!

If you ever get a chance to see alicia without makeup, her makeup fading, or at the right angle, you will see what I mean.

Without "makeup" for her nose, I doubt she would even be on tv.

For Anonymous at August 1, 2008 11:48 PM, you might be as shallow as alicia. That sounds like her making comments about biceps.

Anonymous said...

I have my favorites, mainly from 19, heres a link and possible vote for one.

Unknown said...

Where is Stephanie schaefer?

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