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Robyn Walensky is a veteran news reporter and anchor who has been covering crime, terrorism, politics, and breaking news for more than twenty years in both radio and television. She was in two terrorist attacks, and reported extensively on the World Trade Center bombing in 1993, the federal trial of the WTC 93 Plotters, and September 11th. She is co-editor/author of the book Covering Catastrophe—Broadcast Journalists Report 9-11-01. Walensky has a BA in journalism and political science from the George Washington University and an MA in journalism from New York University. She is a graduate of The Institute on Political Journalism at Georgetown University. She has taught Journalism courses at Tulane University in the classroom and online. Most recently, Walensky was the morning drive reporter covering the Casey Anthony Trial for WDBO Radio in Orlando, Florida, and a frequent guest on CNN’s Nancy Grace Show. Walensky was the first female morning drive co-host on Rush Radio WRNO 99.5 FM in New Orleans. While at WGNO-TV in New Orleans she reported extensively on the Gulf oil spill and the run-up to the Saints winning their first Super Bowl. Walensky was a national correspondent and anchor for Fox News Radio, covering the JonBenet Ramsey case, the deaths of Anna Nicole Smith and her son in the Bahamas, the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba, OJ Simpson’s arrest and trial in Las Vegas, and countless other crime and terrorism stories such as the shooting at VA Tech, and the Fort Dix 6. Earlier in her career, she also reported for AP Radio, WWOR-TV, and 1010 WINS Radio in New York. Walensky was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and went to Millburn Senior High School. Currently Walensky works for Mercury Radio Arts. She is anchor/reporter for The Blaze and can be heard daily on Glenn Beck’s national radio show. firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: robyn walensky, Twitter: @robynwalensky
I had purchased this book hoping that it could be used as background on the Casey Anthony case. Unfortunately after reading I felt that it was more an assimilation of the authors... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ronald Markland
Purchased for my Aunt, who followed the trial, and said there is a lot more detail in the book.Published 14 months ago by CINDY LAYLAND
It's not so much of a story but more quotes and thoughts of others involved in the case. Fair at best.Published 23 months ago by Marg
I was unable to put the book down so I read it into the night. Very interesting and informative. I would recommend the book to anyone who followed the trial or anyone just... Read morePublished on September 24, 2013 by Little Marie
It gives you a summary of what the case is about with quotes from the main players in the trial. It helps you to relate to Caylee as a person & how her death impacted the community... Read morePublished on May 13, 2013 by sue l thong
Not a good book at all. This author is another "Nancy DisGrace"
it's all her opinion of the case and crime, nothing new here
just turn on HLN and you can hear it all for... Read more