Bill Weir

August 8, 2010 by staff 

Bill Weir, American television journalist Bill Weir was born in 1967 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and after starting his career gained popularity in a short period of time. In 1991, he began his career and joined KAAL as general assignment reporter. The weekend also served as a sports commentator, but later Weir worked as a sports presenter on WLUK. For WGN served as an anchor of WGN Morning News, and he did so from 1995-1998.

From 1998 to 2002 as a sports anchor, appeared on KABC-TV and not only that, the program also organized Monday Night Live. It was one of the most popular weekly programs and the time it aired after Monday Night Football.

After serving as an anchor and sportscaster, he developed an interest in literature and wrote television pilots. In 2004 he joined ABC News and its outstanding work he gained more popularity. He covered breaking news and his work on economic growth in India and China were Good Morning America features of the firm. He is always ready to cover the story, no matter what the circumstances. His reporting on the Middle East and Africa were very popular and World News had not spent time for reports.

Visited areas after Hurricane Katrina and the destruction covered and also visited Afghanistan recently. Weir played a major role in increasing the popularity of the ABC. He replaced Martin Bashir on Nightline program in July 2010. Weir also served as co-anchor of “Good Morning America Weekend Edition and became a part of Good Morning America, World News and 20/20 with Diane Sawyer.

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