Cassandra Bell

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Cassandra Bell anchors WITN News at Sunrise Weekends.

NAME: Cassandra Bell
TITLE: WITN Weekend Morning Show Anchor
E-MAIL: cassandra.bell@witn.com
ALMA MATER: East Carolina University
PREVIOUS STATIONS: WNCT
MARRIED: Yes
CHILDREN: Three
FAVORITE TV SHOW: House
FAVORITE MOVIE: Finding Forester
FAVORITE BAND: Huge Michael Jackson fan
FAVORITE SONG: "The Climb" by Miley Cyrus
FAVORITE BOOK: My Sister's Keeper
FAVORITE FOOD: Lobster
FAVORITE BEVERAGE: Coffee
FAVORITE THING TO DO ON YOUR DAY OFF: Read
FAVORITE SEASON: Spring, it's always a season of renewal for me.
FUN FACT: I'm a big time introvert and prefer solidtude to crowds...and eventhough I just turned 40, I still have a killer jump shot!
IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERTED ISLAND AND COULD ONLY TAKE ONE ITEM WITH YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE?: Anything written by Jennifer Weiner and I'd keep my fingers crossed that no one find me for at least a week!



BIOGRAPHY:
Cassandra Bell anchors WITN News at Sunrise Weekends. She is no stranger to Eastern North Carolina or the news business. A Greenville native and graduate of East Carolina University, Bell started her broadcasting career in 1992 as a production assistant at WNCT, eventually feeling a tug toward the news department there where she served as a reporter/anchor.

On her first tour at WITN-TV in 1998, Cassandra served as Assignment Editor for one year before answering the call to motherhood and leaving the news business to become a stay-at-home mom. During the next six years, Cassandra published four mainstream novels.

She and her family live in Pitt County.




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