Pat Farnack lives in two different worlds, sipping her early morning coffee watching a herd of deer and wild turkey in her front yard in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania and bringing people the stories they want to hear as midday anchor on WCBS in the heart of Manhattan.
Pat also hosts the WCBS Health & Wellbeing Report and has a weekly column for the Intercounty Newspaper Group in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
She spent twenty years in the Philadelphia market at KYW Newsradio, KYW-TV and WWDB Radio. She was awarded the Broadcast Pioneeer’s Lifetime Achievement Award and multiple winner of the Associated Press Best Newscast Award in Pennsylvania as well as the Best Feature Award for her show “Do I Look Ok?” which was syndicated on fifty stations in the U.S. and Virgin Islands.
She has been on the air at Dow Jones Radio One, WMGK in Philadelphia, WNBC, WINS and WYNY in NY and anchored the evening news on WKBS-TV in Philly, which she swears was the inspiration for the movie “UHF” starring Weird Al Yankovic.
Pat and her husband Louis are currently working on a garden and courtyard. They are building it around a fountain they bought on their honeymoon in Italy.
WCBS 880 midday anchor Pat Farnack had her weekly chat with language maven Ben Zimmer.
Now that it’s cooled down a little, it’s perfectly safe to get out there for a run once again!
WCBS 880 midday anchor Pat Farnack will be having her weekly chat with language maven Ben Zimmer.
Epilepsy has been around since ancient times, but remains challenging, even today.
WCBS 880’s Pat Farnack had her weekly chat with language maven Ben Zimmer.
What if your dog had a previous life? Or several previous lives?
Bloomberg said talk about deficit reduction and the debt ceiling need to be separated. He says that would increase the likelihood of a deal and reduce the odds of financial damage to the economy.
If you’re really into social media, you might want to ask yourself some questions.
One of the basics of motoring is going the way of the 8-track.
Today is National Iced Tea Day. You probably didn’t even know there was such a thing!
So many people want to buy smaller, more fuel efficient cars to save money, but some think they just can’t fit.
Did you hear the chat with language maven Ben Zimmer?
AOL has given all of its thousands of employees worldwide the day off Friday to give back and help out.
Schneiderman is seeking records from three major Wall Street banks as part of a broad investigation into the mortgage crisis that fueled the recession.
Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday and a great way to surprise mom might be by making a loaf of bread together in her kitchen, from scratch!