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Mike Jerrick re-joined the FOX 29 News team as co-host of “Good Day Philadelphia” in July 2009. Long-time viewers will remember him as a show co-host from 1999 to 2002.

Prior to his return to Philadelphia, Mike was co-host of “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet,” which aired on FOX television stations around the country.

Prior to that, he was the co-host of “DaySide,” Fox News Channel’s daily live audience daytime talk show, and he appeared as a recurring guest co-anchor for the WNYW-FOX 5 morning program, “Good Day New York.” Mike joined FOX News Channel as weekend co-host of “FOX and Friends” after leaving “Good Day Philadelphia” in October 2002.

Before coming to FOX 29, Mike was managing editor and anchor on “America Afterhours,” a live, national newsmaker and celebrity interview program on CNBC. He also hosted “What’s News” for the national cable television network America’s Talking.
Earlier in his career, Mike hosted “Sci-Fi Buzz” on USA Network’s Sci-Fi Channel from 1991 to 1997. He also produced and hosted HBO’s “World Entertainment Report” from 1991 to 1994. He produced and reported for KCAL-TV and for “Evening Magazine” on KPIX-TV (CBS) in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Prior to that, he spent five years as the host of “Alive & Well,” a national program on the USA Network that focused on health and fitness. He began his career in 1981 as the producer and host of “P.M. Magazine,” at WNYW-TV in New York.

A ten-time Emmy Award winner, Mike earned his Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from the William Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas.


Drew Anderson is a meteorologist on FOX 29 in Philadelphia and teaches at Penn State.  Learn more about his work at


Son of Olympic Oarsman and legendary rowing coach Joe Toland, has rowed for  decades on the Schuylkill River, competing for Undine as a junior, Malta and Fairmount Rowing Association as a master oarsman. Competing in all boat categories,  sculling and sweep.

Tom has coached rowing at Malta, FRA, Drexel University, and Haddonfield HS.

Tom has done race commentary at the Head of the Schuylkill Regatta,  Phila Youth Regatta and Stotesbury Cup Regatta.


Charlotte Buck walked on to the Columbia team during her freshman year in 2014. After graduating, she spent two years sculling for New York Athletic Club and then joined the Princeton Training Center in 2020. Charlotte has been a member of the US women’s 8+ for the past three years, including at the Tokyo Olympics. Last year, she stroked the US women’s 8+ to a silver medal at the World Championships Charlotte would like to give a big shout-out to all of the juniors at Rockland Rowing and athletes on the Columbia Rowing team that she had the pleasure of coaching. They inspired her with their fearless drive and ability to push each other to be better every day.

Charlotte will be racing at the Paris Olympics this summer! Cheer on the whole team while they go for the gold! 


Regina is a seven-time national team member and two-time Olympian. With four World Championships medals, she is excited to once again vie for the podium this summer at the Paris Olympics on the Women’s Sweep team. A 2018 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and 2014 graduate and former coach of The Derryfield School, she has been rowing for over 14 years now. A athlete of the New York Athletic Club and athlete at the Princeton Olympic Training Center, she loves to engage with the Rowing community. Find her at @14rsalmons or with her team’s account @womenintheboat on Instagram