Faculty Spotlight

Amanda Nicholoff
Broadcasting/TV Faculty
Amanda Nicholoff
 

Amanda Nicholoff was wooed from a "dream job" at a San Francisco television station to return to her alma mater to re-start CWC's television broadcasting program.

Nicholoff, who graduated from CWC's broadcasting program in 1992 and the University of Montana in 1995, moved quickly up the ladder of television news production when she got hired at an NBC-owned-and-operated station in San Francisco.

The young broadcaster witnessed some of the biggest stories of the new millennium, including the events of September 11, 2001. United Flight 93, the plane hijacked by terrorists that went down in Pennsylvania, was supposed to land in San Francisco. Skills she developed in the news room are being passed on to her broadcasting students at CWC.

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