Rebecca Cressman

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Rebecca Cressman graduated from Brigham Young University in 1988 with a bachelor's degree in communications. She returned as the News Director for KBYU-FM in the late 1990s. There she oversaw the News and Information multi-media features on BYU Television, Classical 89, and BYU Radio where she developed an award-winning student radio newsroom and managed both professional and student productions for television and radio.

A native of San Diego, Rebecca spent much of her childhood traveling back and forth between Baja Mexico and California. She has lived all over North and South America including Saskatechewan, Canada, Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Texas, Wisconsin and Vermont.

It was in Texas that Rebecca began a career in broadcasting. In the years since, she has been busy raising three sons, reporting for public and commercial television, and working in corporate and commercial radio.

In 2005, Rebecca hosted the Spanish/English bilingual gardening series HomeGrown for BYU Television. A former KSL News Radio Anchor, Rebecca now works for Bonneville International Corporations' KSFI/FM100 Radio, as a morning show radio host. She was featured in Utah Valley Magazine's Fab 50 for her excellent work in the broadcasting world. She loves working for the radio and connecting with people through her talk show. She hopes "to spread positivity through the airways."

She also currently hosts the Living Essentials radio and television series for BYU Broadcasting.

References

  • Cressman, Rebecca. Personal Interview. Oct. 2007

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