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Spring 2015 'WVU News' anchors announced

WVU News Spring 2015 AnchorsThe Spring 2015 “WVU News” anchors have been announced. They are (front row, from left) news anchors Natalie Price of Charleston, West Virginia; Nicole Ford of Mars, Pennsylvania; Ally Brandfass of Morgantown, West Virginia; and John Fehrens of Fredericksburg, Virginia.

In the back row (from left) are social square anchor Jen Clarke of Elmwood Park, New Jersey; sports anchors Emily Giangreco of Fairfax, Virginia; Luis Quiles of Chester, New York; and Steve Accardi of Newburyport, Massachusetts; sports reporter Devon Kelly of Montville, New Jersey; and social square anchor Shannan Butler of Springfield, Pennsylvania. Giangreco, Quiles and Accardi also will serve as sports anchors and Kelly as sports reporter for ESPNU. View a full list of anchors, reporters and producers here .

The award-winning “WVU News” is produced by journalism students at the WVU Reed College of Media. The newscast covers events on the University campus and around the Morgantown community. Students report, write, shoot and edit television news stories for the program. They also serve as on-air anchors, producers, directors and technical crew during newscast tapings at WVU’s professional television studio. “WVU News” airs statewide on West Virginia PBS as part of “Campus Connection” and on Time Warner Cable in North Central West Virginia. The production is available on WVU’s YouTube channel. You can also follow the reporters on Twitter or visit the WVU News website.