Pam Seatle is a TV newscaster on City in Toronto, Canada, on CityNews at 6 and CityNews Tonight (weekdays). Her aunt is actor Dixie Seatle, who portrayed the character of Mona in the 1980s series Adderly. On January 19, 2010, Pam Seatle was released from contract by Rogers Media Television and within one month Pam Seatle was brought back to Citytv's CityNews as a reporter. On March 5, 2010, Pam Seatle was the new anchor of the weekend edition of CityNews at Six when it was brought back to air. She currently anchors both the weekend edition of CityNews at Six and CityNews Tonight as well as reporting weekdays for CityNews.
Seatle has a degree in French from the University of Toronto and, as part of her formal schooling, spent her third year at the Université de Provence in the south of France.
Pam is married to Canadian author Dave Eddie, whose book "Housebroken" is a chronicle of the way his life changed after meeting and marrying Pam and having children. They reside with their 3 children in Toronto.
When asked of her height, she replied: "I am a shade under 5'11. Most people cannot tell that and are often surprised when they meet me. It is one of the most oft-heard phrases of my career: 'You are much taller than you look on TV!'" 
- National Post, March 19, 2003
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