- Full Name Shannon Mulaire
- Occupation Journalist, Anchor, Correspondent
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Stamford, Connecticut, USA
- Birth Date Oct 23, 1981
- Age 41 Years, 11 Months
Shannon Mulaire | BiographyFormer reporter at Fox 25
Mulaire started working at Fox 25 in August 2010 as a general assignment reporter. She worked in that role for over a year until August 2011, when she was promoted to weekend anchor and weekday general assignment reporter. Mulaire worked in the post for around six months, after which she took over as co-anchor of Fox 25 Morning News in place of Kim Carrigan in January 2012. However, Mulaire left the media production in 2015, when she began hosting NBC's Early Today and MSNBC's First Look.
Shannon Mulaire is a journalist who works as an evening anchor for NBC 10 Boston.
Shannon Mulaire is an American journalist and pro athlete born on 23 October 1981 in Stamford, Connecticut.
Mulaire received her bachelor's degree with honors from Wellesley College, where she double-majored in media studies and Spanish and Cinema. She then earned a master's degree in broadcast journalism from Emerson College, where she was awarded the departmental excellence award. Mulaire is also a Phillips Exeter Academy graduate.
In June 2006, Mulaire joined WFTX in Fort Myers, Florida as a producer and writer. She worked there for over two years before joining WTVT as a general assignment reporter and fill-in Anchor in July 2008.
From August 2010 to August 2011, Mulaire worked for Fox 25 WFXT-TV as a general assignment reporter. Mulaire also served as a morning anchor for Fox 25.
Furthermore, Mulaire hosted NBC's Early Today and MSNBC's First Look in 2015. The following year, she joined NBC 10 Boston and NECN as a reporter and anchor on 4 April and has been working there since. In 2018, Mulaire hosted the NBC10 Boston to Air' First Night Boston' New Year's Broadcast along with NBC10 Boston and NECN hosts Phil Lipof, JC Monahan, Kristy Lee, Chris Emma, and Nick Emmons.
Mulaire started working at Fox 25 in August 2010 as a general assignment reporter. She worked in that role for over a year until August 2011, when she was promoted to weekend anchor and weekday general assignment reporter.
Mulaire worked in the post for around six months, after which she took over as co-anchor of Fox 25 Morning News in place of Kim Carrigan in January 2012. She then began anchoring the Morning News with Gene Lavanchy, meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon, Elizabeth Hopkins, and Doug "VB" Goudie from 4:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. on weekdays.
The vice president and news director of Fox 25, Paul McGonagle, also announced the news of Mulaire joining the team in 2012 and said, "I'm delighted that Shannon is joining our morning team. Her New England roots and strong reporting skills are an asset to the station, and we look forward to the new energy she'll bring to FOX25 Morning News."
However, Mulaire left the media production in 2015, when she began hosting NBC's Early Today and MSNBC's First Look. She also shared about departing Fox 25 on her Facebook and said, "Goodbye and thank you all for a wonderful 5 years in Boston! Baby #2 and family call in CT. Tough to leave my coworkers, but the time is right. Wishing you all the best!"
Randy Scott and Shannon Mulaire
Mulaire is married to Randy Scott, an anchor who works at ESPN's SportsCenter: AM.
The couple exchanged wedding vows on 8 April 2010 in Naples, Florida. While Mulaire wore a strapless bridal gown, Scott donned a black suit paired with a matching tie and a white shirt. Their intimate wedding ceremony took place at the hotel The Ritz-Carlton, attended by the bride and groom's family members, close acquaintances, and relatives.
The couple has three children together. Their first kid, a son, Jack Scott, was born on 13 February 2013. Similarly, their second child, Emma Scott, was born in October of 2014. Then, in July 2017, they became parents for the third time, sharing a boy named Ryan Scott.
Scott started working for ESPN in June 2012 as an anchor for the network's flagship news and information program.
Before joining ESPN, Scott worked as an anchor/reporter for NESN in Boston from 2010 to 2012 and WINK-TV in Fort Myers from 2006 to 2010. He has also worked as the Sports Director at WNEG-TV in Toccoa, Georgia (2005-06) and as an anchor/reporter in Lawton, Oklahoma at KSWO-TV (2004-05).
Shannon Mulaire JC Monahan
In July 2017, JC Monohan filled in for Mulaire on NBC Boston while she was on maternity leave. Monohan also tweeted about the replacement on her Twitter on 8 July 2017. She wrote, "Filling in for @ShanNBCBoston while she's on maternity leave so... 4,6,11pm."
On 24 October 2017, NBC 10 Boston shared a video on Facebook, Monahan and Phil Lipof welcoming Mulaire on her first day back after the pregnancy at NBC.
JC Monahan is an 'Emmy' award-winning journalist and an AMS-certified meteorologist who joined NBC10 Boston in 2017. During her time there, she covered the Super Bowl in Minnesota for NBC10 Boston and spent over a month in South Korea enclosing the Winter Olympics.
Prior to joining NBC10 Boston, Monahan served as a weekend evening meteorologist from 2001 to 2003. She then forecasted for the weekday EyeOpener for ten years, after which she changed roles in 2013 to join Chronicle, WCVB's evening magazine show, as a co-host. On the post, she won both a regional 'Edward R. Murrow' award and a 'Gracie' award.
Monahan was also the evening news anchor for WCVB. She covered the Boston Marathon tragedy during this time, co-hosting a one-hour special on the first anniversary and assisting in the progress of a live special for the Boston Strong concert.
Monahan has reported broadly throughout New England from northern Vermont to southern Rhode Island. Her most notable events include Donald Trump's election as president and covering Pope Francis' first visit to the United States.
Mulaire lives with her husband, Randy Scott, and their three children. In 2012, Mulaire and Scott announced her first pregnancy during Boston 25 News's Mail Call.
Again, in 2017, Mulaire shared her pregnancy picture on Facebook with the caption, "5 weeks until maternity leave. This is my half smile/half 'come on out at any time' look."
Besides Mulaire's journalism career, she is also a pro athlete. She recently ran a marathon to raise funds for homeless children through Horizons.
Before that, she trained for a marathon, which unfortunately became a virtual event because of the pandemic. However, she ran the 26.2 with only a few others and raised a significant amount for a children's charity.
Mulaire stated, "It wasn't easy and it certainly wasn't quite the experience Boston Marathoners rave about, but we achieved our goals."