Anchoring Quotes by Mandira Bedi, Karan Wahi, Rhea Chakraborty, Michelle Wu, Tom Brokaw, David Muir and many others.
I’ve been anchoring corporate events, award shows and cricket tournaments for so many years now that they have become an integral part of my life.
Anchoring is a different medium. I wanted to try it and not stop working, I didn’t want to sit at home and say, ‘Will do that one show when it comes along.’
I started my career with ‘Teen Diva,’ and that helped me learn anchoring. Fortunately, I got work after the show ended.
Viewers don’t see more of anchors because we shoot only once a week and it’s aired across three months; so, you always feel that a certain person is only anchoring. I’ve been acting for fifteen years and hosting for seven years, but I haven’t done a soap, so a lot of people tend to think I’m not acting anymore.
Entrepreneurs are resourceful, resilient, and make such a difference in anchoring our neighborhoods.
In Los Angeles, I had the good fortune of anchoring the news right before Johnny Carson came on, so to see him, the Hollywood stars watched me first.
At 25, I found myself anchoring coverage of President Clinton’s impeachment trial from Capitol Hill for WTVH-TV in my hometown of Syracuse, New York. I then covered Hillary Clinton’s first Senate run.
So this anchoring in some way, in some important way in the past without repeating the past, but on the basis of the past building something new: that is what is important.
Anchoring or doing anything live is thrilling. But acting and playing different characters is also amazing.
People forgot I was an actor before gaining success in anchoring. That was one of the turning phases of my career.
I think I’d like to stay anchoring because, number one, I’m learning a lot, and I love it when I’m learning. And number two, I also have the luxury of a stable life.
I remember anchoring the World Cup 2011 show when I was seven months pregnant! So, I don’t think that my connect with cricket will ever end.
When I started at the Wall Street Journal after college in 1990, there were lots of smart women around me all the time. They were writing for the paper, serving as managing editor, winning Pulitzers and anchoring the weekend show I worked on. It was so inspiring to me.
I can say that even in the midst of my most cynical comic stripping: Opus shone through with a bit of heart, anchoring the ugly proceedings with a comforting pull of emotion.
I do anchoring, but acting and dance is my first preference.
I have hosted many shows in the past. Anchoring is something I really enjoy; hence, when I was offered to host the show ‘Super Dancer,’ I was excited to take it up.
Honestly, anchoring the news on a nightly basis is the hardest job I’ve ever taken on.
No matter what the relationship is, if it’s a healthy relationship, there is a swing back and forth to anchoring each other, grounding each other and to helping each other process the difficult times.
When I’m anchoring, I miss chasing stories in the field.
I have always been on television in cricket hosting, anchoring reality shows.
I was the first to win a major with a belly putter, and I’ve spent hours practicing that way, so I hope they don’t ban anchoring.
When I was 13, I began relaxing my hair, and that meant when I turned 18 it began to crack and fall off, and when I began anchoring, I had short, stubbly pieces of hair. And trying to report in San Francisco with fog meant my hair swelled.
When I started at NBC, I’m quite sure there wasn’t a plan or initiative that we need to make sure the girls are anchoring the shows.
On screen I am the same as I am in real life. I have done almost everything, be it acting, dancing or anchoring. I am a good combination – I can talk well, have a good face and a body and can also dance.
I love acting. Anchoring and dancing have come to me because of acting. I came here to be an actor. All others are just an extension of it.