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Eric Greene

Weekday Anchor and Producer

WVVA

HQ Phone:  (304) 327-7071

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WVVA

3052 Big Laurel Hwy

Bluefield, West Virginia,24701

United States

Company Description

WVVA is your #1 resource for news in the two Virginias. We cover a large part of southern West Virginia and SW Virginia including Beckley, Bluefield, Lewisburg, Oak Hill, PIneville, and Tazewell....more

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Employment History

ABC 22


Weeknight Anchor and Reporter and Host

WHOI-TV


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Eric Greene out as news anchor on Peoria's WHOI-TV - News - Journal Star - Peoria, IL

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Eric Greene out as news anchor on Peoria's WHOI-TV
PEORIA - Eric Greene, a TV anchorman and reporter for WHOI-TV Channel 19, has been terminated by Quincy Media, the company that owns WHOI, WEEK-TV Channel 25 and WAOE My59. "I can confirm that Eric Greene is no longer with the company," said Mark DeSantis, the station's general manager. Sources at the station said that Greene was fired over "a personnel issue. Greene, who'd been with the station just over four years, had anchored the 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts for Channel 19 and the 9 p.m. news on WAOE. Before coming to Peoria in 2013, Greene was a weekday anchor and producer for WVVA-TV in Bluefield, W.Va. While at WHOI, Greene served as an announcer on several Journal Star Spelling Bee broadcasts.


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Eric Greene out as news anchor on Peoria's WHOI-TV


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Speaking of WHOI, Eric Greene will take over as the station's new anchor for Channel 19 news shows at 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. and WAOE-My59 at 9 p.m., starting on Monday.
A former anchor at WIFR in Rockford, Greene worked as an anchor/host in San Francisco, Cleveland, Connecticut, Vermont and, most recently, West Virginia.


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Eric Greene, News AnchorEric got an earlier start to his career than most television journalists.He was only 19, a history major at Tulane University, when he landed his first anchor position at a small independent station in New Orleans. Greene, who hails from New Jersey, came to ABC22 WVNY in June, 1999 as the 6 and 11 p.m. news anchor and executive producer, helping the station and its new owners, Straightline Communications, launch its all-new news operation.Just prior to that Eric spent seven years at WOIO/WUAB in Cleveland, Ohio as weekend anchor and special assignment correspondent, a job that took him to Israel, Poland and England.Before Cleveland, he hosted a news/talk show at KTVU in San Francisco, where he anchored seven consecutive hours the first night of the Loma Prieta earthquake.Eric has also seen news anchor duty at WIFR in Rockford, Illinois; both WNEM and WEYI in Flint, Michigan and WSAV in Savannah, Georgia. Eric has won an Emmy award for general reporting and has been nominated for anchoring, investigative reporting and work on various specials.He's also won three Ohio Excellence in Journalism awards from the Press Club of Cleveland.One of his stories, about a Holocaust survivor who travels back to her homeland of Poland, has been selected by the United States Holocaust Memorial Council for the Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archives.Eric's also won three Illinois Associated Press awards for feature and spot news reporting.He's been elected into the "Who's Who in the Midwest" and was chosen as one of the "Outstanding Young Men in America" by the National Jaycees. A dedicated volunteer, Eric has hosted telethons for Easter Seals, the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Children''s Miracle Network.Noteworthy as well is his long-time support for AIDS-related programs and fundraisers. Eric, his wife, Susie, and their two children, Matt and Cassie, reside in Williston.Another daughter, Brandy, attends college in Michigan.You can email Eric at egreene@abc22.comChildren FirstChildren FirstSite created by Bluehouse Group


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