Q13 Fox… Lily Jang’s NEW Bio
Chance McKinney and Paul Schille will be special guests on Q13 Fox News in The Morning Friday, October 21st with Lily Jang in the 9am hour. We, here at Chance McKinney Music, would like to take this opportunity to re-write Lily’s Bio. We’re pretty sure it’s the way it was “supposed” to be written until the Q13 higher-ups got a hold of it and edited it down to what it is now.
MorningLily joined Q13 FOX News as co-anchor for Q13 FOX News This Morning in May of 2004. Lily brings to her position significant television experience in reporting and anchoring, providing continuing coverage of the 2001 Nisqually Earthquake, 9/11, the War in Iraq and was live on the air during the capture of Saddam Husssein.
Prior to joining Q13 FOX News, Lily was an anchor/reporter for Northwest Cable News. Before moving to Seattle, she was an anchor/reporter for WIAT TV in Birmingham, Alabama and prior to that she was an anchor/reporter for KFDA TV in Amarillo, Texas. Her most memorable assignment was the Oprah Winfrey vs. Cattlemen trial where she got to meet her icon.
Growing up in Houston, Texas, Lily managed to spend 23 years of her life in the Southwest without ever attending a rodeo, owning a cowboy hat or riding a horse. She enjoys the gorgeous Seattle summers, trying out new sushi restaurants, mountain biking, belting out karaoke tunes, and travel and exploring new places around the Northwest.
Lily graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Texas, Austin and is long-time member of the Asian American Journalists Association. She’s also fluent in Cantonese and Vietnamese. If you’d like to send Lily an email, feel free to do so at email@example.com.
NEW “improved” Bio:
Lily joined Q13 FOX News This Morning in May of 2004 and became part of the Chance McKinney “movement” in Spring 2009. Lily brings to her position significant television experience in reporting and anchoring, providing continuing coverage of the 2001 Nisqually Earthquake, 9/11, the War in Iraq and McKinney’s meteoric rise in the country music industry.
Prior to joining Q13 FOX News and Chance McKinney Music (her true passion), Lily was a lost soul searching for meaning. Upon moving to Seattle, dear friend Heather R. (no last names, must protect the innocent) informed Lily of Chance’s CMT win and how his music spoke to the “real” American. Lily, being the news-hound of a reporter she is, smelled a story (or something very close to being a story… or just a big pile of steaming $#@%, It was hard to tell the difference, especially where Chance was involved) and became a leader in the “Industrialized Country” underground.
Growing up in Houston, Texas, Lily managed to spend 23 years of her life in the Southwest without ever attending a Chance McKinney concert, a rodeo, owning a cowboy hat or riding a horse… which she regrets very much.