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Jim Vance's Biography - The HistoryMakers

May 19, 2014 · The following year, Vance joined WRC-TV NBC 4 in Washington, D.C., where he has worked for over forty-five years. At WRC-TV, Vance worked as co-anchor with Glenn Rinker between 1972 and 1976, and then as a co-anchor with Sue Simmons from 1976 to 1980. Vance and Simmons were one of the first African American co-anchors of a major market newscast. Jim Vance:The Good, The Bad, The Ugly He Was Not Jul 23, 2017 · Jim Vance was one the first of new media personalities to join the team of Kids In Trouble (KIT), my non-profit organization. Max Robinson was the pioneer at Washington, DC NBC affiliate WRC TV 4 before Jim arrived but he joined the staff at rival WTOP TV in 1969 and Jim followed him to the Channel 4 News desk.

Jim Vances Wife & Children:5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

    See full list on heavyJim Vance dies aged 75 following a battle with cancer Jul 23, 2017 · Beloved television news anchor Jim Vance, who was the 'soul of the entire Washington area' died early Saturday morning following a battle with cancer. WRC-TV President and General Manager Jackie Reflections by the Late Jim Vance After a Week of Unrest Jun 05, 2020 · The Philadelphia native started reporting for WRC-TV in D.C. in 1969. He made a name for himself covering stories all over the world, including News Anchors - Glenn Rinker and Jim VanceJim Vancebegan at WRC-4 TV just a few years after Glenn Rinker but soon began a career along side the Emmy winning News Anchor. Glenn Rinker died in Orlando, Florida 1993 after leaving Washington and becoming a broadcaster in the Florida area