Jennifer Bisram is a TV Reporter for WSVN, CH7 in Miami, Fl.
Before her move to Miami, she worked at WOFL, the FOX affiliate in Orlando, Fl.
At FOX Orlando, the relatable reporter, was one of the station's prime journalists who covered the controversial Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case.﻿ ﻿ Her extensive and exclusive reporting, earned her a segment there, called, “The 10 P.M. Interview."
During her stint at WOFL, Jennifer also covered sports, politics, featured events and the everyday news-makers.
Jennifer moved to Central Florida from the Big Apple.
Starting her career off in print, Jennifer penned pieces at some of the city's largest newspapers including NY Newsday and the NY Amsterdam News – while still in college. Jennifer, “nosy by nature," as she often refers to why she opted for reporting, channeled into television right after graduating from the City University of New York's Queens College.
She began her reporting role at News55 on Long Island and quickly moved on to the News12 Network (Connecticut, New Jersey and Westchester) – where she reported for nearly five years.
The NY Emmy-nominated journalist also worked for the CW affiliate in NYC, PIX11 News, as a reporter and assignment editor; the Food Network as a producer and NY1 News as a writer.
With more than a decade dedicated to news, in addition to covering the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, the Orlando Magic and Dwight Howard trade, the 2012 presidential election and polling problems in Central Florida, she's covered stories of sorts like the terrorist attacks of 9/11, Miracle on the Hudson, Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme, NY Giants Super Bowl XLII victory and the MTV Video Music Awards.
When Jennifer is not working, she is writing, traveling or spending time with her family and friends.
Jennifer is always looking for a good story from you!