PIX11 Anchor Tamsen Fadal

Friday, December 19, 2008

I got to dance with the Rockettes !!!!!!
xoxo Tamsen

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Okay...you know I love to eat...so I had to hit Carmine's and check out their new cookbook...if you haven't gotten Christmas gifts yet...it's a great one!!!!
xo Tamsen

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Check it out! I hit Whole Foods and did a little shopping with New York chef Joshua Tepperberg. He shares his recipe for chicken pot pie meal and cook up a meal for a family of four. And the best part is it cost less than $25 to do it. Even better, there are leftovers!!! xo Tamsen

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

In this episode of The TV Star Maker, Marta Tracy speaks with New York Journalist Tamsen Fadal regarding the elements of a perfect pitch. Click here

In this episode of The TV Star Maker, Marta Tracy interviews New York journalist Tamsen Fadal, regarding her career in radio and television. check out The TV Star Maker

Friday, November 07, 2008

The CW11's Tamsen Fadal takes a look at women who have left their long-time careers to start new businesses.

In a four-part series, Tamsen's taking a closer look at female entrepreneurs. Pamela Skillings, the author of Escape from Corporate America, offers advice on how to leave your 9-to-5 job and start your own company. Her book is currently available in bookstores.

And if you're in the mood for a little sexy fun, businesswomen Christi Smith-Scofield has a great game for you Naughty Charades. Its one of many products she developed for her company PFF Entertainment.


Thursday, October 23, 2008

Gal To Gal Virtual Walk...Join Us Today!!!!
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We kicked off the 2nd Annual Gal To Gal Foundation's Virtual Walk this month to raise money for Stage IV breast cancer. The foundation helps "grant the wishes and contribute to resources for Stage IV breast cancer patients and their families." The event is in partnership with Design Her Gals.

Gals to Gals hopes to raise $250,000 and participation is easy. When you donate $5 or more to the cause, you can create your own virtual self that will walk across the virtual country.

We are visiting 29 cities and hope you will join us!!!



If you love fashion and have a passion for going green, check out Boho Magazine, the first green fashion/lifestyle publication to be printed entirely on recycled paper with natural soy inks and no glossy finishes, hit newsstands in August.

Boho is a magazine aimed at inspiring readers to incorporate greener living and social consciousness into their lives while offering them the newest fashion, beauty, travel and lifestyle features.

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Totally Tamsen: Hip Hop Ballet
Created and directed by Choi Hee-ill, Ballerina Who Loves B-boy has landed in New York City's off-Broadway scene after a sold out tour of Korea and an acclaimed run at the 2007 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

A super-charged dance piece featuring the 2007 B-boy World Champions Extreme Crew, Ballerina Who Loves B-boy follows a snobbish ballerina practicing safely inside her studio until she is interrupted by a loud band of street dancers who have set up their “studio” right outside. The two worlds collide creating a high-energy, heart pounding, gravity- defying display of technical skill that will leave the audience in awe.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Why Hasn't He Proposed? by Tamsen Fadal and Matt Titus

Hi Everyone!!!!
Our second book, Why Hasn't He Proposed? From First Date To Setting The Date, is due to be released February 2009. Be sure to look for it on shelves. We are also doing a ring giveaway...stay tuned for more details.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Hi everyone! I've made the move to WPIX-Channel 11! Check out my new segment, Tamsen's Take on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:50am!!

CW11/WPIX's Emmy Award winning "CW11 Morning News" is pleased to announce the appointment of Tamsen Fadal as General Assignment Reporter. Fadal joins the news team on March 24th, reporting for the Morning News five days a week, covering breaking news as well as feature stories.

Fadal comes to WPIX from WCBS in New York where she served as a reporter for "CBS 2 News This Morning" for four years. An award-winning journalist, Fadal was awarded an Emmy in 2005 for her work as an Investigative Reporter at KYW-TV in Philadelphia, and a Broadcast Journalism Award in 2004 by the National Air Disaster Foundation [NADF] post 9/11, for contributions leading to improved aviation safety.

In her career, she has covered stories ranging from the Columbia shuttle crash and the London bombings to features on beauty trends, fashion and entertainment. In 2002, she traveled to Afghanistan with the American troops to report on the war. She also traveled to Air Force bases in London and Germany to report on local troops during Operation Enduring Freedom. Prior to that, she reported for WPGH-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and WOWK-TV in Charleston, West Virginia and KYW-TV in Philadelphia. She began her broadcasting career as a morning drive anchor for WHNZ Radio in Tampa, Florida after graduating from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism.

Fadal resides in Manhattan with her husband, Matt Titus, a dating and relationship coach.

New York's CW11 (WPIX-TV Channel 11), is the flagship station of The CW Television Network. Founded in 1948 and owned by Tribune Broadcasting, a division of the Tribune Company, WPIX has long been regarded as a groundbreaking station in New York. In September 2006, WPIX became The CW11, and its successful Network programming, award winning news, extensive library of hit movies, first-run programs, off-network sitcom favorites, quality children's programming and public affairs shows, as well as outstanding event coverage, have contributed to the station's success. The CW11 has earned over 160 Emmy Awards, including multiple Emmy Awards for Outstanding Morning News Program and Outstanding Newscast. The station has been honored with numerous other awards for excellence in reporting, news coverage, public affairs, specials and features. In addition, The CW11 has been the official broadcast home of the New York Mets since 1999.

Saturday, March 01, 2008

WFTV alumna Tamsen Fadal helps husband on Lifetime's "Matched in Manhattan," a dating-advice show Remember Tamsen Fadal, who worked at WFTV-Channel 9?

The Emmy-winning reporter will receive national exposure in "Matched in Manhattan," a reality series. She's there mainly to support her husband, Matt Titus, as he offers dating advice. The show debuts at 9:30 p.m. Friday on Lifetime.

Why isn't there more of Fadal in the show?

"I still work at WCBS. That's my job," Fadal says. But she also works along with Titus in Matt's Little Black Book, a matchmaking agency in New York.

"His contribution is being a matchmaker. That's what the show is about, mostly him," Fadal says. "I work alongside him day in and day out. I try to help him find the best person for the client."

But there will be more of Fadal as the seven-episode series continues. "He comes home and deals with his marriage," Fadal says.

Fadal and Titus married in October, a week before filming started.

"We've been together almost four years," Fadal says. "I met him at a spa he owned in Philadelphia. He approached me and asked me out. He told me, 'You clean up really good.' I thought, 'How insulting for a woman.' At first I wasn't going to have coffee with him."

His persistence made the difference. Get this: He walked her to a date with another man -- just to have a chance to talk with her.

"I thought, 'What was the matter with him?' " Fadal says.

But she agreed to a date during the walk. They've been together almost four years.

"I love his confidence," Fadal says. "I moved around the country a lot. I never felt like I needed someone in my life to lean on. He lets me lean on him. But he never tries to change my independence. He embraces it. He's proud of it. It's hard to find."

Fadal worked at WFTV from 1997 through October 2001. She went on to the CBS-owned station in Philadelphia. She jumped to WCBS, the CBS-owned station in New York, in 2004. She reports in the early morning and serves as a fill-in anchor on the weekends.

Fadal and her husband have written a book for McGraw-Hill that will be out Feb. 1. "Why Hasn't He Called?" explains what attracts men, or as the subtitle puts it, "How Guys Really Think and How to Get the Right One Interested in You."

What's the biggest mistake people make on a first date?

"The biggest mistake women make is probably saying too much and acting desperate," Fadal says. "Wanting to know 'where is this going?' before dessert. Careerwomen want to make sure they're not wasting time. Men are in the moment. Women are: 'Are we going to have a second, third or fourth date?' "

Then what's the biggest mistake men make?

"They don't realize what women are thinking about," Fadal says. "Men are emotionally unavailable sometimes. They're thinking about their career."