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Marc Blaine

Marc Blaine is the weekday morning anchor for Action News Now.

Title: Anchor & Reporter

Marc Blaine is an award winning broadcast journalist. Prior to joining the Action News Now news team, he was an Anchor/Reporter at KESQ-TV in Palm Springs. Marc began his career in the sports world. He was Assistant Sports Director at WBBH-TV in Fort Myers, Florida and Sports Director at KMIR-TV in Palm Springs. He also worked as a sports producer at KNBC-TV in Los Angeles.

Marc’s work has garnered a number of awards including an Emmy Award for winter weather coverage as well as Golden Mike Awards for Best Live Reporting and Best Sportscast.

Marc is a native of Los Angeles. He graduated from the University of Southern California.

You can reach Marc through Facebook, Twitter or email.

Recent Posts by Marc Blaine

Roadrunner Baseball Camp held at Butte College

Monday marked the first of three baseball camps being held at Butte College this summer.

Subway Scholar Athlete of the Week: Abby Schimmel

Abby Schimmel is a founder of the Pleasant Valley High School beach volleyball club team. She leads by example on the court and in the classroom where she holds 3.6 GPA.

Paradise High freshman football team holds reunion to mark perfect season

Camp Fire prevented team from celebrating a 10-0 season.

Orland father and son foul ball adventure at Giants game goes viral

Marcos Martinez and his dad Eduardo are embracing the limelight after their foul ball adventure at Oracle Park.

Butte College football team opens Spring drills

Roadrunners take first steps in preparing for September season opener.

Subway Scholar Athlete of the Week: Kurtis Roberts

Butte College starting catcher Kurtis Roberts is considering several offers from 4-year programs impressed with his play and strong grades.

Subway Scholar Athlete of the Week: Megan Collins

A straight "A" student, Megan Collins is a two sport star at Biggs High School where she's currently leading the charge for the school's softball team.

Chico State honors 1999 national champion baseball team

Members of team return to Nettleton Stadium 20-years after they won championship.

Pleasant Valley High introduces freshman baseball

The new program gives young players a chance to develop their skills at the high school level.

Chico State men's rugby team captures conference title

Wildcats repeat as Pacific Western Conference champs.

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