Canadian-American journalist Peter Jennings is best remembered for his stint on ABC World News Tonight, as its sole anchor. A high-school drop-out, Jennings became one of the U.S.’s Big Three news anchors, along with Tom Brokaw and Dan Rather. He was known for his meticulous coverage of breaking news stories.
Morley Safer was a Canadian-American journalist and correspondent for CBS News. He is best remembered for his tenure on the popular television news broadcast 60 Minutes. Safer is credited with contributing to the success of 60 Minutes, which is the most profitable and most-watched program in television history. During his 60-year career, Morley Safer received several awards including 12 Emmys.
Ashleigh Banfield is a Canadian-American journalist best known for hosting the popular television news program Banfield. A well-known journalist, Banfield has also hosted shows like Early Start and Legal View with Ashleigh Banfield on CNN. In 1994, she was honored at the NATPE Iris Awards with two awards under the Best of Festival and Best News Documentary categories.
Mauro Ranallo is a Canadian sports commentator who is currently signed with the popular MMA organization Bellator as a play-by-play announcer. In 2015, Mauro Ranallo became the first person in U.S. national television history to call MMA, kickboxing, boxing, and professional wrestling. In 2018 and 2019, he was named Commentator of the Year by CBS Sports.
Canadian sportscaster Fergie Olver is best known for hosting the kids’ game show Just Like Mom. Initially a baseball player, he had even been part of the Western Major Baseball League. He was also once accused of being a borderline paedophile for allegedly kissing minor girls on his game show.
CBS News journalist Catherine Herridge has won multiple awards, such as the Tex McCracy Award, for investigative journalism and covered many international events such as the 9/11 attacks. She has also worked with FOX News and penned the book The Next Wave, which spoke about homegrown terrorism.