Queue App: Modernizing the Music Festival Experience Austin is known as the “live music capitol of the world” so it is no surprise that Austin hosts a number of music festivals each year. One of them is Fun Fun Fun … Continued
Author Archives: Nancy Zambrano
Content Marketing Journalist at ShoreTel
Nancy Zambrano is ShoreTel's full time on-staff reporter. Nancy's focus is on writing compelling content and reporting on hot topics that relate to modern companies. Nancy works out of the Austin office and travels to many of our events and outings across the country to "report" on those.
She is a 10-year veteran news reporter and anchor. Before joining ShoreTel Nancy was a General Assignment reporter for FOX 26 News in Houston, Texas. Nancy also spent more than five years at FOX 7 Austin as a reporter and fill-in anchor. While in Austin she traveled to El Dorado to cover the raid on polygamist Warren Jeffs’ FLDS compound. She also rushed to Fort Hood for the mass shootings in 2009 and covered a number of hurricanes in the Gulf. Her stories and live reports were frequently featured on Fox News Channel.
Nancy is originally from Miami, FL and attended the University of Florida. She has a degree in Telecommunication News and a minor in International Relations.
Before taking her first on-air reporter job at KMID-TV in Midland, TX Nancy spent time in a number of newsrooms including WFOR-TVand the Univision Network in Miami, WCJB-TV and NPR Radio in Gainesville, FL.
Nancy enjoys running, checking out local trails and participating in race events. She also enjoys the local food scene, and of course rooting on her Florida Gators.
It is crowdsourcing at its best and in this case it just makes sense. The city of Boston is crowdsourcing a playlist for the city’s 24-hour phone hotline. It all happened when the city began using a new phone system … Continued
A snow and ice storm is threatening to smash into the East Coast on what is expected to be the busiest travel day of the year. The National Weather Service predicts the already deadly storm will get worse as winds … Continued
We’re all kids at heart right? That must be the reason why we’ll listen to a demo about something we may not need in exchange for a free foam football or some cleverly packaged and branded mints. I’ve been to … Continued
No one (I think) likes to be stuck in traffic. What if there was a way for drivers to warn other drivers about potential jams or a quicker route? There is. It’s called Waze. Waze is a community-based traffic and … Continued
The shutdown is over but it’s effects could be hurting Americans for months. During the 16-day shutdown we heard how it affected government workers and people who use government services. But today we also learned how the shut down is … Continued
From 3D printers to personal cloud, this year has been filled with numerous advancements in technology. Bizarre, useful, or terrifying, all these advancements share one thing – they’re changing the way we do business. We’re looking back on the top … Continued
Online shopping has made it convenient for consumers to purchase what the need (or want) with the click of a mouse. Every year e-retail continues to only trend upward. According to InternetRetailer.com Americans will spend $327 billion in 2016. No … Continued