Tammie Fields is the weekday evening co-anchor at Spectrum News 13. Whether Tammie is in the newsroom, anchoring in the field, covering a special report, or writing a weekly A+ Teachers segment, she makes sure to give a voice to those you might not normally hear from.

In March of 2023 Tammie was named by Onyx Magazine as a Woman on the Move honoree and in 2020 she was named one of Orlando Magazine's Women of the Year.

In 2021 News 13 was recognized for Tammie’s “Justice For All: Hate Groups on the Rise" episode with a regional Edward R. Murrow award and a Florida Association of Broadcast Journalists award for cultural and historical feature reporting.

Tammie has also been honored by the Associated Press with an individual achievement award for her coverage of the hurricanes in 2004. In 2005, she earned an award from the American Heart Association for Excellence in Cardiovascular Communications for her “Take It to Heart” segments. Two years later, Tammie earned a media ambassador award for her work as a Power to End Stroke Ambassador. In 2009, she was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists for investigative reporting.

It is Tammie’s love of history that shaped her career. She has interviewed white supremacist David Duke and John Paul Rogers, a Central Florida former Grand Dragon of the United Klans of America who ran for mayor of Lake Wales as well as the leader of the Proud Boys, Enrique Tarrio.

Tammie has flown with the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels and interviewed former first lady Laura Bush and R&B singer Brian McKnight. She has also had the honor of meeting the late civil rights leader Coretta Scott King and her daughter, the late Yolanda King, at an annual breakfast honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Tammie serves as the president of the Central Florida Association of Black Journalists and is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.

She and her husband are active at church where Tammie serves as a deaconess and works in the media ministry. She and her husband enjoy camping with their son, visiting historical sites and attending community events.