Fields Moseley

Anchor, News @ 10 p.m.

Fields Moseley anchors 3TV’s 6 and 9pm newscasts. He joined the station in August, 2011 after more than 10 years of telling stories at the CBS station in Salt Lake City.

It didn’t take long for the Phoenix market to test Fields’ breaking news skills when a plane crashed into the Superstition Mountains the night before Thanksgiving, 2011. Since then, he has anchored the station’s coverage through the flash floods of the monsoon season, and live from Arizona Republican HQ for the general election.

Fields was awarded an Emmy for a serious feature story he produced about a Payson man who fell while canyoneering and was told he would never walk again, yet now he is back on his feet. Fields covered an eclectic collection of stories over the course of his career including the Crandall Canyon Mine Disaster, Elizabeth Smart’s return home, Hurricane Floyd and the 2002 Olympics. He received four previous Emmy nominations in the areas of live reporting, business reporting and news writing. The Associated Press in North Carolina honored him for Best Sports Feature.

Fields travelled the world with his family as a boy. At the age of ten, they moved to Saudi Arabia where his father worked in the oil industry. He later attended high school in Anchorage, Alaska. After graduating from the University of Colorado-Boulder, Fields’ career began as a “one-man band” in Midland, Texas in 1993. He shot and edited video along with writing his stories. He went on to Charleston, S.C. to chase hurricanes for a few years. The next stop was Greensboro, North Carolina where he was the weekend anchor for the local FOX station. He reported daily in Salt Lake while anchoring a highly successful 4 p.m. show and late a 7 p.m. newscast.

Fields and his wife are excited about this new adventure in Phoenix where they will continue to pursue passions such as hiking, mountain biking and swimming with their three children.

Feel free to contact Fields by email or on Facebook or Twitter.