Where is Rosie Woods from Channel 10? Rosie Woods is a newscaster who hosts the lifestyle program “Studio 10” (airing weekdays at 12:30 p.m.) and is also the traffic anchor for the NBC 10 News Sunrise team.
She is also an American Journalist and an anchor. Before her joining WJAR, she was an anchor and reporter in Asheville, North Carolina, West Palm Beach, Florida, and Providence.
Her upbringing is in Milton, Massachusetts, and got graduated from the eminent Boston University. She is a fitness enthusiast who likes to run, work out and play tennis in her free time. She also likes to explore new restaurants.
When she was in Asheville, Rosie garnered a lot of attention through a ground-breaking digital webcast that she rose through by gaining a lot of viewers, through the entertainment segment called, “Trending Now”. One of her favorite memories is her interviewing Donald Trump Jr. just days before the 2020 election.
She was also the sideline reporter for the Boston Marathon for consecutively two rows while she was working in Providence.
Where is Rosie Woods from Channel 10? When did she cover the Super Bowl?
Rosie also covered multiple national news while she was in South Florida, including the deadly school massacre at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the shooting investigation at Trump’s Miami-Dade golf course, and the FIU bridge collapse.
She covered the 2016 Super Bowl run of the New England Patriots from Gillette Stadium.
Rosie Woods started working at WPRI on January 11 as a reporter and became a co-anchor at Studio 10. She also came to WPRI from WBND-LD ABC 57 in South Bend, IN. Since August 2014, she has worked as a morning reporter and multimedia journalist.
She left Channel 10 and is currently based in Philadelphia, United States as a member of the NBC 10 News Sunrise Team and co-host of a lifestyle program airing weekdays at 12:30 p.m.
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