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Pioneering TV Reporter Belva Davis: 'There's still a lot of good journalism out there.' - Posted July 30, 2014
Belva Davis made her TV debut in 1963, when she covered a black beauty pageant. She later made history as the first female African-American television reporter on the West Coast when she was hired in 1966 by KPIX in San Francisco. Sh... [TVSpy]

Legendary Journalist Belva Davis Dishes on Interviewing the Greats - Posted July 30, 2014
Belva Davis, the first female African-American TV reporter on the West Coast, has paved the way for the likes of Tamron Hall and ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Legendary Journalist Belva Davis Dishes on Interviewing the Greats - Posted July 30, 2014
Belva Davis, the first female African-American TV reporter on the West Coast, has paved the way for the likes of Tamron Hall and ... [FishbowlNY]

Times, Chronicle Celebrate Rise of Vietnamese Immigrant News Anchor - Posted February 24, 2014
Over the weekend, Bay Area TV news anchor Thuy Vu had both U.S. coasts media-covered. Deservedly. Not only is she a journalist who recently took over on KQED for a local PBS legend (Belva Davis), but the story of how her family sacrificed in order to provid... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Times, Chronicle Celebrate Rise of Vietnamese Immigrant News Anchor - Posted February 24, 2014
Over the weekend, Bay Area TV news anchor Thuy Vu had both U.S. coasts media-covered. Deservedly. Not only is she a journalist who recently took over on KQED for a local PBS legend (Belva Davis), but the story of how her family sacrificed in order to provid... [FishbowlNY]

A Band of Women, a Private Social Network for Women, to Publish 2nd Anthology - Posted December 4, 2013
[caption id="attachment_138429" align="aligncenter" width="640"] A Band of Women members who were interviewed for playwright and activist Eve Ensler's One Billion Rising campaign, a global campaign by women, for women.[... [SocialTimes.com]

'Trailblazer' Belva Davis to Retire From KQED After Presidential Election - Posted February 23, 2012
KQED anchor Belva Davis will retire this fall after nearly half a century on the air in San Francisco, she announced yesterday. Davis, the winner of eight Emmys, has anchored at CBS O&O ... [TVSpy]

Longtime Bay Area TV Reporter Rollin Post Dies at 81 - Posted October 7, 2011
Veteran California TV reporter Rollin Post died this week of Alzheimer's at the age of 81, reports the Mercury News. Post spent most of his career in the Bay Area T... [FishbowlLA]

Rollin Post, Former San Francisco Political Reporter, Dies at 81 - Posted October 7, 2011
Rollin Post, who spent 40 years as a political reporter in San Francisco, died yesterday at his home in Marin County. He was 81. Post began his television career as a morning producer and assignment editor for ... [TVSpy]

Newseum's Inside Media: Belva Davis - Posted February 15, 2011
Next up in the Newseum's "Inside Media" series is broadcast legend Belva Davis. Belva began her reporting career in 1966, when she became the first female Afr... [FishbowlDC]

Bay Area TV Pioneer Belva Davis: "I Was Going to Do Whatever It Took" - Posted January 20, 2011
Belva Davis, a television pioneer who has worked for 43 years in the Bay Area, reflects on her career in a new memoir titled "Never in My Wildest Dream: A Black Woman's Life in Journalism." In 1966, Davis became the first female African-American TV reporter on the West Coast when she was... [TVSpy]

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