Clint Watson has become a household name in journalism in The Bahamas. An award-winning broadcast journalist, Clint serves as the News Director for Eyewitness News. Prior to his new position, he spent 13 years at the state run, Broadcasting Corporation of the Bahamas where he served as an editor and anchor in the news department. At ZNS he produced and hosted “The Youth Zone with Clint Watson” - a weekly one hour youth talk show and covered three consecutive prime ministers, an achievement only he has attained in the corporation's history.
This award-winning journalist is the 2016 Icon Award Winner for Media in The Bahamas as well as the 2016 award for best TV news story from The Bahamas Press Club and has been awarded by the Caribbean Broadcasting Union.
Clint has reported on some of the biggest issues affecting the country during his career. His passion and investigative skills as a senior journalist has been seen and heard as a field reporter and anchor. Clint has travelled extensively to the continents of North America, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia for his work and has also interviewed world leaders and popular actors, singers, and activists including daughter of the Late Martin Luther King Jr., Bernice King.
A native of Grand Bahama, Genea’s career in journalism began at the Freeport News in 2008. She was a general assignment reporter and covered a number of high-profile stories before moving to the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas in 2011. She was stationed at BCB’s headquarters in New Providence. During her time, she covered parliamentary proceedings and a number of national events. Genea holds a degree in Mass Communications from Claflin University.
Sancheska began working in media days after graduating from the College of the Bahamas in 2005. She began as radio anchor at Island FM and soon became a household name writing stories for the Tribune News Network and its affiliate stations where her focus was primarily the crime beat and political news. Today she looks forward to tackling the real issues and expanding her portfolio.
With over 10 years of experience, Theo Sealy is a seasoned journalist with an extensive background in print and broadcast media.
His scope of work has afforded him the opportunity to cover some of our country’s most memorable events and tragedies – “Tragedy at sea,” the collision of the Sea Hauler and United Star in August 2003, the case of, “The Missing Boys,” in Grand Bahama which also rattled the country in 2003, General Election coverage in 2007, 2012 and 2017, Hurricanes Frances and Jeanne of 2004 and special assignment coverage of the 26th General Meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government held in St. Lucia in 2005.
After graduating from City College Fort Lauderdale in 2013, Randy joined the staff at the Nassau Guardian as a Sports Reporter in 2014. During his time there, he covered several international events including the 2015 Pan American Games, the Nike EYBL Showcase, several IAAF World Relays, the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, The Bahamas Bowl, the Commonwealth Youth Games and multiple CARIFTA Swimming and Track & Field Championships.
After furthering his education at California Coast University in 2017, Randy elected to move out of traditional print writing, and started as a Sportscaster at Eyewitness News in February of 2018.
Ginelle Longley is a new, up and coming Journalist. She got her start in New Brunswick,Canada. While studying for her Bachelors at St. Thomas University she worked as a field reporter with the school's paper, the Aquinian. Eyewitness News is Ginelle's first official media organization but during her short time in the field she has dabbled in every area of the news business from crime, to government and even sports. She presently also works as the stations Morning Radio News Anchor.