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Anchor and Reporter

WHO-TV
1801 Grand Ave
Des Moines, Iowa 50309
United States

Company Description: WHO Radio is pioneering digital radio broadcasts in Des Moines and Central Iowa. As the first station in the area to add a digital broadcast, we're going to be...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Contributor
    WHO-TV
  • Part-Time Reporter
    Channel 13
  • Reporter and Photographer
    WOI-TV

Education

  • degree , broadcast journalism
    Drake University
59 Total References
Web References
People | WHOTV.com
whotv.com, 13 June 2014 [cached]
Erin Kiernan Anchor/Reporter
Erin ...
whotv.com, 16 Sept 2013 [cached]
Erin Kiernan erin.kiernan@whotv.com
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13 fascinating facts about Erin Kiernan:
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My Grandpa Gene once said, "It's a good thing Erin didn't ask for an elephant!"
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Erin Kiernan was a Channel 13 intern and part-time reporter during college and rejoined the team in June 2005 to play a major role in the station's ongoing success. In June 2006, Erin started anchoring the 5, 6 and 10 o'clock newscasts.
In addition to anchoring, Erin has written and produced many of the station's investigative and "13 Cares" reports and plays an active role in the daily news process.
The recipient of several regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for her reporting work, Erin earned a National Edward R. Murrow Award in 2012 with photojournalists Brandon McCauley and Randy Schumacher for a story about Iowan Mark Block overcoming impossible odds to climb Sears Tower in Chicago.
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Erin has also received regional Emmy Awards in the feature, consumer and instructional categories. In 2008, the Iowa Commission of Persons with Disabilities chose Erin to receive its Media Award following special reports she produced on Iowans with disabilities.
Erin previously anchored the weekend news at KCCI, where she started in 1998. In addition to anchoring, she became known for her award-winning investigative work and special series pieces. In Spring 2004, she received a regional Edward R. Murrow award for her two-part series on date-rape drugs. In 2000, she also received a regional Murrow Award for her investigative series "True Colors," which focused on racism at bars in the Des Moines metro area. She has also done investigative series reports on identity theft, sex offenders, arson, ecstasy, meth and unlicensed drivers.
Erin graduated from Drake University with a degree in broadcast journalism. While attending school, she worked as a part-time reporter at Channel 13 News. Next, she worked for WOI-TV as a reporter and photographer.
Born and raised in Chadron, Nebraska, she says her career in broadcasting really started when she imitated television news reporters while dressing up in her mother's clothes as a child.
Erin is very involved in our community. She volunteers for various non-profits and teaches fitness classes at the YMCA. During the summer Erin can be found outside biking and as a Nebraska native, she gets "Big Red" fever during the football season. She is also a voracious reader and loves watching movies with her husband, Michael and crazy old cat, Marley.
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Posted on: 9:00 am, September 13, 2013, by Erin Kiernan, updated on: 01:14pm, September 13, 2013
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Posted on: 5:35 pm, September 10, 2013, by Sonya Heitshusen and Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 7:05 pm, September 3, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
Every Saturday morning you'll find Skye Westendorf and her husband Bob at Des Moines Mixed Martial Arts Academy. They're not... Read More ›
WEEKLY WORKOUT: BOSU Blast
Posted on: 4:55 pm, August 27, 2013, by Erin Kiernan and Sonya Heitshusen, updated on: 05:52pm, August 27, 2013
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Posted on: 3:04 pm, August 27, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
Play along if you like.... It's too hot to _________. That's why I'm ________. The best way to cool... Read More ›
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Posted on: 9:30 am, August 15, 2013, by Erin Kiernan, updated on: 09:32am, August 15, 2013
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Posted on: 4:55 pm, August 13, 2013, by Erin Kiernan and Sonya Heitshusen, updated on: 05:50pm, August 13, 2013
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Posted on: 3:30 pm, August 8, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 3:31 pm, August 2, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 4:55 pm, July 30, 2013, by Sonya Heitshusen and Erin Kiernan, updated on: 05:57pm, July 30, 2013
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Posted on: 7:05 pm, July 29, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 10:42 pm, July 24, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
Erin Kiernan | WHOTV.com
whotv.com, 13 June 2014 [cached]
Erin Kiernan
Follow me on:
13 fascinating facts about Erin Kiernan:
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My Grandpa Gene once said, "It's a good thing Erin didn't ask for an elephant!"
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Erin Kiernan was a Channel 13 intern and part-time reporter during college and rejoined the team in June 2005 to play a major role in the station's ongoing success. In June 2006, Erin started anchoring the 5, 6 and 10 o'clock newscasts.
In addition to anchoring, Erin has written and produced many of the station's investigative and "13 Cares" reports and plays an active role in the daily news process.
The recipient of several regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for her reporting work, Erin earned a National Edward R. Murrow Award in 2012 with photojournalists Brandon McCauley and Randy Schumacher for a story about Iowan Mark Block overcoming impossible odds to climb Sears Tower in Chicago.
...
Erin has also received regional Emmy Awards in the feature, consumer and instructional categories. In 2008, the Iowa Commission of Persons with Disabilities chose Erin to receive its Media Award following special reports she produced on Iowans with disabilities.
Erin previously anchored the weekend news at KCCI, where she started in 1998. In addition to anchoring, she became known for her award-winning investigative work and special series pieces. In Spring 2004, she received a regional Edward R. Murrow award for her two-part series on date-rape drugs. In 2000, she also received a regional Murrow Award for her investigative series "True Colors," which focused on racism at bars in the Des Moines metro area. She has also done investigative series reports on identity theft, sex offenders, arson, ecstasy, meth and unlicensed drivers.
Erin graduated from Drake University with a degree in broadcast journalism. While attending school, she worked as a part-time reporter at Channel 13 News. Next, she worked for WOI-TV as a reporter and photographer.
Born and raised in Chadron, Nebraska, she says her career in broadcasting really started when she imitated television news reporters while dressing up in her mother's clothes as a child.
Erin is very involved in our community. She volunteers for various non-profits and teaches fitness classes at the YMCA. During the summer Erin can be found outside biking and as a Nebraska native, she gets "Big Red" fever during the football season. She is also a voracious reader and loves watching movies with her husband, Michael and crazy old cat, Marley.
Erin ...
whotv.com, 23 Feb 2013 [cached]
Erin Kiernan erin.kiernan@whotv.com
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13 fascinating facts about Erin Kiernan:
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My Grandpa Gene once said, "It's a good thing Erin didn't ask for an elephant!"
...
Erin Kiernan was a Channel 13 intern and part-time reporter during college and rejoined the team in June 2005 to play a major role in the station's ongoing success. In June 2006, Erin started anchoring the 5, 6 and 10 o'clock newscasts.
In addition to anchoring, Erin has written and produced many of the station's investigative and "13 Cares" reports and plays an active role in the daily news process.
The recipient of several regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for her reporting work, Erin earned a National Edward R. Murrow Award in 2012 with photojournalists Brandon McCauley and Randy Schumacher for a story about Iowan Mark Block overcoming impossible odds to climb Sears Tower in Chicago.
...
Erin has also received regional Emmy Awards in the feature, consumer and instructional categories. In 2008, the Iowa Commission of Persons with Disabilities chose Erin to receive its Media Award following special reports she produced on Iowans with disabilities.
Erin previously anchored the weekend news at KCCI, where she started in 1998. In addition to anchoring, she became known for her award-winning investigative work and special series pieces. In Spring 2004, she received a regional Edward R. Murrow award for her two-part series on date-rape drugs. In 2000, she also received a regional Murrow Award for her investigative series "True Colors," which focused on racism at bars in the Des Moines metro area. She has also done investigative series reports on identity theft, sex offenders, arson, ecstasy, meth and unlicensed drivers.
Erin graduated from Drake University with a degree in broadcast journalism. While attending school, she worked as a part-time reporter at Channel 13 News. Next, she worked for WOI-TV as a reporter and photographer.
Born and raised in Chadron, Nebraska, she says her career in broadcasting really started when she imitated television news reporters while dressing up in her mother's clothes as a child.
Erin is very involved in our community. She volunteers for various non-profits and teaches fitness classes at the YMCA. During the summer Erin can be found outside biking and as a Nebraska native, she gets "Big Red" fever during the football season. She is also a voracious reader and loves watching movies with her husband, Michael and crazy old cat, Marley.
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Posted on: 4:49 pm, February 20, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 7:31 pm, February 19, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 4:08 pm, February 14, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
What do you do when your significant other says he or she doesn't want anything for Valentine's Day? Did you... Read More ›
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Posted on: 4:44 pm, February 13, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 5:43 pm, February 12, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 10:00 am, February 12, 2013, by Erin Kiernan, updated on: 11:49am, February 12, 2013
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Posted on: 3:37 pm, February 8, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
Friday, Friday, Friday! It's FINALLY Friday!
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Posted on: 10:50 pm, February 5, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
Teamwork, toughness and hours of practice lead up to one moment for cheer leading squads. Nailing the routine and hearing... Read More ›
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Posted on: 4:30 pm, February 4, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 2:32 pm, February 1, 2013, by Erin Kiernan
HAPPY FRIDAY!!! This week has seemed really long to me for some reason.
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Posted on: 10:00 am, January 30, 2013, by Erin Kiernan, updated on: 01:49pm, January 30, 2013
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Posted on: 6:12 pm, January 29, 2013, by Sonya Heitshusen and Erin Kiernan
Erin ...
whotv.com, 17 Dec 2012 [cached]
Erin Kiernan Anchor/Reporter Follow me on: Facebook erin.kiernan@whotv.com
13 fascinating facts about Erin Kiernan:
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• In the middle of an interview, Steve Miller serenaded Erin with "?.
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Erin Kiernan rejoined the Channel 13 News Team in June 2005 to play a major role in the station's ongoing success. In June 2006, Erin joined John Bachman on the anchor desk for Channel 13 News at 5, 6, & 10.
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In addition to anchoring, Erin writes and produces many of the station's investigative reports and plays an active role in the daily news process.
In 2008, Erin earned the Media Award from Iowa Commission of Persons with Disabilities for 2 special reports she produced on Iowans with disabilities. In 2006, she earned a regional Edward R. Murrow award from the RTNDA for her investigation in Iowa's Department of Human Services.
Erin previously anchored the weekend news at KCCI, where she started in 1998. In addition to anchoring, she became known for her award-winning investigative work and special series pieces. In Spring 2004, she received a regional Edward R. Murrow award for her two-part series on date-rape drugs. In 2000, she also received a regional Murrow Award for her investigative series "True Colors," which focused on racism at bars in the Des Moines metro area. She has also done investigative series reports on identity theft, sex offenders, arson, ecstasy, meth and unlicensed drivers.
Erin graduated from Drake University with a degree in broadcast journalism. While attending school, she worked as a part-time reporter at Channel 13 News. Next, she worked for WOI-TV as a reporter and photographer.
Born and raised in Chadron, Nebraska, she says her career in broadcasting really started when she imitated television news reporters while dressing up in her mother's clothes as a child.
Erin is very involved in our community including the Student Television Network at Perry High School and the following non-profit organizations:
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Posted on: 6:08 pm, December 11, 2012, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 5:55 pm, December 10, 2012, by Erin Kiernan, updated on: 06:55pm, December 10, 2012
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Posted on: 3:52 pm, December 6, 2012, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 4:14 pm, December 5, 2012, by Erin Kiernan
The tough chick I'm writing about today has been in the fight of her life for a year and a... Read More ›
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Posted on: 6:12 pm, December 4, 2012, by Sonya Heitshusen and Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 2:54 pm, December 4, 2012, by Erin Kiernan
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Posted on: 7:50 pm, December 3, 2012, by Erin Kiernan
Happy Monday, everyone! December 3rd. It's December 3rd. IT... IS... DECEMBER... THIRD. What?!?!?
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Posted on: 4:40 pm, November 26, 2012, by Erin Kiernan
Hello friends!
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Posted on: 5:50 pm, November 20, 2012, by Sonya Heitshusen and Erin Kiernan, updated on: 06:43pm, November 27, 2012
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Posted on: 7:58 pm, November 13, 2012, by Sonya Heitshusen and Erin Kiernan, updated on: 11:17pm, November 20, 2012
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Posted on: 4:59 pm, November 13, 2012, by Sonya Heitshusen and Erin Kiernan, updated on: 05:52pm, November 13, 2012
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Posted on: 7:24 pm, November 12, 2012, by Erin Kiernan, updated on: 07:25pm, November 12, 2012
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