Weekend anchor, weekday reporter at WFTV-TV in Orlando, Florida.
She's worked in Champaign, Memphis and Philadelphia.
Also a graduate of the Public Affairs Reporting Program at UIS.
Weather producer at WGN-TV; Tom Skilling's right-hand man.
He's a Cubs fan. Could you tell?
Blake is Senior Marketing Manager at RCM Alternatives in Chicago.
He started his career as an intern and then newscast producer at KWQC-TV in the Quad Cities.
He's been shooting sports and telling sports stories for more than 25 years, in markets
throughout the Midwest and South. He's currently at WAGA-TV in Atlanta.
There's something punny about Alex - she LOVES to make puns, and is very good at it.
She tosses in a few everyday during her segments on WCIA-TV in Champaign.
Alex's time in newsrooms is now helping her connect with newsrooms
in her Media Relations role at Country Financial in Bloomington.
Andre is in Philadelphia, where he's an Account Executive for Optum RX.
He's also had sales jobs in San Diego and Chicago.
He's the marketing communication manager at Unity Point Health Care in Peoria.
Started his career working in Peoria TV newsrooms, hitting two of the the three.
Alex's hard work as an MMJ helped her jump from Market 200 to Market 69
(that's Kirksville, Missouri to Des Moines, Iowa).
If you need a creative video made, call Adam. He's launched his own production company, Droi Media.
He also teaches part-time in ISU's School of Communication.
Alexis is reporting news in Indianapolis, at FOX 59.
She started her career at WTVO in Rockford, as a reporter and weekend anchor.
Aaron is the weekend anchor at WCIA-TV in Champaign, and brings his unique reporting style to assignments during the week. While at TV-10, he helped launch The Bottom Line,
a weekly show that incorporates social media into a conversation about a newsworthy topic.
He ran a successful newsroom, KMOV-TV in St. Louis, but now Brian is
Chief Development and Communications Officer for Catholic Charities in the St. Louis diocese.
Bailey's talent and hard work landed her a spot on the air in her hometown market.
She's weekend anchor and weekday reporter at KWQC-TV in the Quad Cities.
Aldrich & Associates is his communications and consulting firm in Michigan. They help professional organizations and trade associations worldwide.
Who's behind the lens? Brian is one of more than a dozen TV-10 alums
who've shot news and sports for WMBD and WYZZ-TV in Peoria.
She's Chief Meteorologist at KGET-TV in Bakersfield, California.
Al's had an impressive career, from doing news at WEEK-TV in Peoria and WGN radio,
to doing public relations for Allstate, AON and Genworth Financial.
He's now the Corporate Communications Director for Choose Chicago.
He covers the teams of the "other" ISU
as weekend sports anchor at WTWO-TV in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Video editor at State Farm Corporate Headquarters in Bloomington.
Frequent traveler and runner. Fan of beer and sports.
Anne Jones Hoeksema
Anne is Executive Director at Cedarhurst Senior Living of Naperville/Woodridge.
Alyssa's at her third station in five years: first, WEEK-TV in Peoria,
then KXLY-TV in Spokane, Washington, and now KSHB-TV in Kansas City.
She covers news and forecasts weather.
Alison Green Kelly
It's impressive that she's the award-winning Executive Nightside Producer at ABC15 in Phoenix,
but Alison is also one of three siblings to study broadcasting at Illinois State University.