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Mary is a pro psychologist who believes that love for a good celebrity drama rules the world. Writing about celebrities is easier when you have a degree in psychology, so Mary is having a blast. She attended The University of Massachusetts Boston, majored in Social Psychology and claims that nothing is more universal for Western society than love. Love for a good update on our favorite star, of course. Mary polished her skills working for Telescope, Music-Aid, The Case and Noted before finally joining our family. Never missing a beat when it comes to serving you the freshest celebrity news, she's alert 24/7. She recently moved to San Francisco because her ultimate goal is to own one of the Painted Ladies houses one day. Knowing Mary it's most likely going to happen. Email:wilson@americatonight.net
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Herbert is our all-knowing media planner and social issues reporter. Proudly calling himself "a people person" Herbert makes that personal trait his day job — which is something worth being admired. He is our media planner who almost superhumanly manages to find time for writing articles as well. After all, he didn’t graduate from Columbia Journalism School for nothing. Herbert's journalistic baptism of fire happened in post-Hurricane Katrina's New Orleans. That experience taught him to notice every nuance of the ever-shifting human society and follow it. Since then, he has written for Milneburg Lighthouse, The New Orleans Star, The Parish Post and The Washington Outlook. He knows everything about everything. You have been warned. Email:allen@americatonight.net
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Timothy is the Senior Editor for America Tonight with more than 20 years in media. Curiously enough, he started off within agricultural journalism (he's from Georgia, after all), but soon moved from articles about peaches to something more intense. He attended the University of Central Florida, receiving a bachelor's degree in Social Sciences and minoring in Crime, Law, and Deviance. At first he took a job as a traffic reporter (mostly to conquer his fear of heights, he claims), but after a month of relatively peaceful work was asked to cover a live police car chase. This was a game-changer: by the end of the same year he was leading the newsroom. Tim also loves to promise that he's quitting "next year", moving from New York to New Zealand and becoming a writer, but we don't believe him. He loves us too much. jeffers@americatonight.net
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Mike is our Business Reporter who also used to make pop-up adaptations of Plato’s work. Mike strongly believes that Business should be recognized as an independent category of philosophy. That’s probably because he actually attended the IE University and double-majored in Philosophy and Business Analytics, so it’s hard to dispute. Growing up in a household of university professors, Mike has always been innovative with the knowledge that the world offered to him. He covered subjects such as finance, money, economic issues, stock market data for The Vault, Money Aim, RIS Media, and The Realtor. We were, however, surprised when Mike agreed to be our independent Business Reporter, since he used to claim he didn’t know what to do in media. This was false, he's just too humble. Email:isaacson@americatonight.net
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Terrence is out Health Editor, and a professional fitness instructor and nutrition coach. Yes, he shares a name with that one movie director and no, his parents weren't aware. Terrence, an Iowa native, claims he's not even an avid movie-goer. But we can't blame him since he's too busy being our Wellness guru. Terrence is a professional fitness instructor and nutrition coach with a Kinesiology Degree from Corban University, and he would never recommend anything he didn't thoroughly study himself, whilst definitely never forgetting what he studied. He currently lives in Philadelphia sharing his loft with three cats. They hate sports. Email:malick@americatonight.net
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An Australian expat, Heather moved to the U.S. at the age of 26 because of the love of her life: the city of Los Angeles. But before that, she had quite a few years to battle an identity crisis, deciding if she wanted to become an accountant like her mother. Heather's love for the written word eventually won (even though she still can solve impressive equations in her head), so she ended up getting a Journalism Bachelor's from the University of Canberra, and heading to L.A. While starting her new life in the city's outskirts, Heather worked in sales but never quitted writing gigs, collaborating with The Times, Navy Blue, Boulevard, and more. After forging her journalism skills into a sharp weapon, Heather moved to Mar Vista and joined the America Tonight team. She is always on the lookout for Hollywood news — from new projects to some good red carpet drama. Email:elliott@americatonight.net
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Theresa keeps an eye on everything that captivates the Internet today. Theresa is one of those lucky people with the ability to adapt to any environment — the perks of being a military brat. So when her plans to become a professional athlete fell through due to a torn ACL, she turned her energy into videography classes, soon becoming an intern at the NewsWeb channel. With 14 years of working for PineTV, WLT, News On and WeBroadcast under her belt Theresa is a strong believer in the power of good footage. Theresa has settled in Boca Raton (because truly nothing compares to Florida) and collects vintage video equipment. Email:bland@americatonight.net
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