Nick Beres Biography
Nick Beres is an American Journalist, Reporter, and Anchor currently working as a reporter for WTVF NewsChannel 5. Nick is an Associated Press and Emmy Award-winning reporter. Nick also did play-by-play and public address announcing for local sporting events including American Legion baseball. He also worked at KTVL-TV as a reporter/anchor in Medford, Oregon.
Nick Beres Age
Nick was born and raised in Illinois. His information about the exact date of birth is not yet confirmed.
Nick Beres Education
Nick attended the University of Oregon. He also attended and graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University with a masters in Journalism.
Nick Beres Wife
Beres is married to his beautiful wife Debbie but he has not yet updated his wife detailed information on social media. He also asked that we mention the family’s faithful pug sidekicks Bart and Rocky the crazy parakeet Pete and Socky the wise ol’ goldfish.
Nick Beres Children
Beres and his wife Debbie have one son, Litton Houston
Nick Beres Career
Nick’s journalistic journey began in high school where he worked for the South Eugene Axe newspaper in Eugene, Oregon. He branched out to DJ work at a rock station. Nick also did play-by-play and public address announcing for local sporting events including American Legion baseball. What is Nick’s fondest recollection of this time? ” the frequent trips to the concessions stand where I ate all the free hot dogs and nachos I could for the entire summer thus my high cholesterol level but that’s another story.”
Nick’s time at the University of Oregon was highlighted by a three-month stint as an intern with the MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour (Now the Newshour with Jim Lehrer) in Washington, D.C.
After graduating, Nick worked in magazine publishing but returned to the classroom for his masters at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. His first TV job was at KTVL-TV as a reporter and anchor in Medford, Oregon. He then accepted the Joan Shorenstein Barone Congressional Fellowship and worked for a year in the U. S. Congress. After that, it was on to sunny California. In the Los Angeles area, Nick worked for OCN, The Orange County NewsChannel as a reporter and anchor. During that time he covered the Northridge earthquake, Laguna Beach fires, President Richard Nixon’s funeral, and the O.J. Simpson trial.
These days Nick reports with a flair for landing the exclusive interview. He spends a good deal of time covering stories out of Maury and Rutherford Counties. Nick hosts the popular MorningLine show on NewsChannel 5 the station’s cable channel. He’s also hosted our gavel-to-gavel coverage of high profile criminal trials including those for Perry March and Mary Winkler. Nick is an Associated Press and Emmy Award-winning reporter.