Rebecca Thornburg Biography
Rebecca Thornburg is an American journalist. She is a Multimedia Journalist for WKBW. Thornburg has previous experience as a Production Intern at 93.7 WEEI Boston Sports Radio Station. Not to mention, a Public Relations Intern at Fox Sports, and has enjoyed advertising and marketing experiences at Hill Holiday in Boston.
Rebecca Thornburg Age
The information regarding her age, birthday and parents information is currently under review.
Rebecca Thornburg Education
Thornburg attended Millbury high school. While there she was the president of the class of 2014. She was part of the business club, Varsity soccer, and basketball. Rebecca started her career at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University where she was involved in many campus media stations and had an array of internships.
Rebecca Thornburg Career
She has previous experience as a Production Intern at 93.7 WEEI Boston Sports Radio Station, a Public Relations Intern at Fox Sports, and has enjoyed advertising and marketing experiences at Hill Holiday in Boston.
Rebecca previously worked as a waitress at Pleasent Valley Country Club. She worked there for 6 years. She later moved on as a Juice & Java Host at CitrusTV. Rebecca has been a producer for Women’s sports update at the Orange television Net Work. She was a media relations intern at FOX sports for 2 years. For more information on her please click here.
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Rebecca Thornburg Husband
Despite being a famous reporter Rebecca is a very private person. She has not disclosed her marital status to the public. Thornburg is possibly single. There are no reports of her having any children as of now.
Rebecca Thornburg Salary | Net Worth
Thornburg earns an average salary from his career. Although she has not disclosed to the public the actual figure of her salary. Her estimated net worth is currently under review.
Rebecca Thornburg Articles
Frontier Central School District to have computers for every 3rd, 4th and 5th grader
wkbw.com — BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — It’s Christmas in July for the Frontier Central School District. In the next few weeks– 1100 Chromebook computers will be delivered to the district offices. All third through fifth-grade students will have their own computers for when they are at school. “To help them engage in learning and to also provide such great feedback to teachers right away,” Frontier Central School District Superintendent Richard Hughes said.
Deals to keep in mind for Amazon Prime Day
wkbw.com — Posted: 5:35 AM, Jul 12, 2019, Updated: 2019-07-12 07:41:34-04 It’s Amazon’s birthday and for the fourth straight year, the department giant is celebrating with its 36 hours of deals. BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — It’s Amazon’s birthday and for the fourth straight year, the department giant is celebrating with its 36 hours of deals. Prime day deals are happening right now– but the main event doesn’t start Monday, July 15th at 3 am.
What’s going on with Jayne Park Playground in Niagara Falls?
wkbw.com — NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y (WKBW) — Jayne Park Playground on Cayuga Island in Niagara Falls is brand new. The structure itself is complete, but a mess from the construction remains. Neighbors reached out to 7 Eyewitness News to try and get some answers on why mounds of rocks and dirt, a wooden board with nails sticking out, and plastic playground pellets were left everywhere for months.
Philip Sheridan Elementary School to turn into Senior Living Campus
wkbw.com — BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — All stages of life, from elementary school to senior living. That’s what the future holds for Philip Sheridan Elementary School in the Town of Tonawanda on Elmwood Avenue. The Elementary school closed down in 1982 and a few businesses have filled some of the classrooms but not a major project… until now. The school building is about to get a $25 million dollar face-lift and be transformed into a Senior Living Campus.
Being a kid again in Vidler’s 5 & 10
wkbw.com — BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKW — It’s been an East Aurora staple for 89 years, Vidler’s 5 and 10 brings out the kid in everyone. With more than 75,000 items in four floors of the storefront, people can find anything from birthday cards to women’s accessories, to board games, and of course some vintage classics. “We got everything from everyday necessities to fun quirky stuff novelty stuff so a little bit of a mix of everything and everyone, kids ages 8 to 88,” Don Vidler, co-owner of Vidler’s 5 & 10 said.
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