Meet the hosts of The Rhode Show, airing weekday mornings at 8 on FOX Providence.
Patrick Little served as sports director at Eyewitness News before joining The Rhode Show in 2010.
The Barrington native and two-time Associated Press award winning sportscaster served as Sports Director at Eyewitness News from 2000 until 2010. Patrick joined the Eyewitness News team in June 1998 as weekend sports anchor. Patrick was promoted to Sports Director at WPRI on Jan. 1, 2000. Prior to returning to Rhode Island he worked at WMUR-TV in Manchester, N.H. as a producer, reporter and anchor for 4 years.
For Little, a 1994 graduate of St Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., "being able to come back to RI and work in the state I grew up in was a dream come true."
After filling in on The Rhode Show since December, Danielle North was named the cohost of The Rhode Show in January 2011.
Danielle has been with Eyewitness News since making the trek south from New Hampshire back in 1999.
She has covered many of the big stories in New England over the years, including several presidential primaries dating back to 1996. Her personal favorite was reporting from the red carpet in LA for the very first season of Survivor when a Rhode Islander took home the big prize — and it was announced live!
Danielle is a proud graduate of Lyndon State College in Vermont and resides in the West Bay with her husband and three children.
Michaela Johnson joined The Rhode Show in 2011 after winning the Search for a Star competition in 2010.
The East Providence native and recent Bridgewater State University graduate is very close with her family and enjoys spending time with them watching sports or just playing board games.
Michaela played on the women's basketball team at Bridgewater State, where she majored in communication studies and minored in art.