News Channel 16 Street Reporter
Full legal name: Patricia Emily Ivers
Nickname(s): Trish, Trisha
The relative ‘plain Jane’ of the News Channel 16 team, Trish has the looks of a “good, home grown girl next door.” She’s a bit prettier when she smiles, but dresses in comfortable, business casual clothes that enhance her “wholesome” and good natured personality. Her hair’s almost always left down, and she’s never seen on-air without her thick glasses and pearl earrings.
Trish is completely unassuming and humble (in regards to her slight-to-moderate fame as a news caster), and is thus quite easy to approach. She seems pretty much harmless and is easy to get along with. While working, she does adopt a more aggressive, focused edge, but any other time she’s quite low-key. She doesn’t handle high stress very well, and is prone to getting emotional if she is unable to manage her stress. (This has led to some unfortunate broadcasts in her past.)
Trish is one of News Channel 16‘s street reporters. She often covers daily and local events, is on-premise for a lot of political coverage, and generally handles the more usual daily stories that tend towards boring and uneventful. She does on occasion cover late-night emergency stories, like fires, murder scenes, or, more rarely, Syndicate war aftermath. She’s been with the news station as a reporter for at least 5 years, but she’s mentioned a few times on air about the years she spent prior as an office assistant. Like all of WMFB’s news casters, she enjoys a slight level of fame in Thunder City.
When asked why she decided to become a news reporter, Trish laughed and said, “I like being there to hear things how it is, straight from the source. I like delivering that news to the citizens of Thunder City.”
- Field Reporter at WMFB News Channel 16