Dawn Hobby is the News Director at WALB-TV. Prior to her promotion in January 2013, the Emmy award winning journalist anchored the 5 & 6 pm news at WALB News 10.
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anchors WALB First News at 5:00 as well as WALB News Ten at 6:00 and 11:00. He also serves as our nightside Executive Producer. Ben was born in Americus and lived in several towns in the WALB viewing
anchors First News at 5, & the 6 & 11 p.m. news.More >> Diane Dean anchors WALB News 10 at 5, 6 & 7.More >> Diane Dean anchors WALB News 10 at 5, 6 & 7.More >>
Born and raised in North Georgia, Jim attended Towers High School, and graduated from the University of Georgia in 1976, with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Jim came to WALB in November of 1976, and
was a Sports reporter for 25 years, and now anchors our 5:30 News. More >> Tara Herrschaft is an anchor and reporter for WALB. She's originally from Kennett Square, Pennsylvania and moved down south to attend college. She's a graduate of Florida State University where sheMore >> is a graduate of Florida State University and anchors WALB News 10 at 5:30.More >>
Originally from Brunswick, Karla started her career in 1989 at WMAZ-TV in Macon, as a weathercaster and community service director. Karla came to WALB in 1997, and anchors Newscenter 10's early news
Another 'Toast from the Coast', Karla started her career in 1989, as a weathercaster. More >> Cade anchors WALB News 10 at 7 on ABC. He joined the News 10 team in 2007. He was bitten by the broadcasting bug at an early age. His first job was as a local disc jockey at his hometown radio stationMore >> comes to the south Georgia flatlands from the mountains of north Georgia.More >>
There aren't many jobs Robert hasn't done during his nearly two decades of service at WALB. Born in Columbus, Robert began work at WALB in March of 1985, shortly after he graduated from the University
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Originally from Brunswick, Ruthie started her career at WALB-TV in January of 1983, as host and producer of Town & Country, now called Newscenter 10's 12 o'clock news. Ruthie is a graduate of Coastal
Originally from Brunswick, Ruthie started in 1983, as the host of Town & Country. More >> Devin Knight is a multi-media journalist who came to Albany from sunny Los Angeles, California, and has been pleasantly surprised by all the friendly southerners he meets on a daily basis. He was bornMore >> is a multi-media journalist who came to Albany from sunny Los Angeles, California.More >> is a Multimedia Journalist for WALB. From "Music City" to the "Good Life City", she came to Albany from Nashville, Tennessee where she was raised. Krystyne is a graduate from the University of TennesseeMore >> is a Multimedia Journalist for WALB.More >> Jake was practically raised in the WALB newsroom. After graduating from Lee Co. High School, he attended Georgia Southern University, where he graduated in Multimedia Communications. He spent the firstMore >> spent the first part of his career as a multimedia journalist in Augusta before returning home to begin covering sports.More >> was born into a military family and was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. She has also lived in Beaumont, Texas and Miami, Florida. For the last 12 years she lived in Mobile, Alabama the home of Mardi Gras.More >> likes to volunteer in community activities, try new restaurants and read.More >> Troy Washington is WALB's Thomasville Bureau reporter.From "The Pearl of the Prairie" (El Campo, Texas) to "The Rose City", she's no stranger to southern hospitality. Troy is a graduate of Prairie ViewMore >> joined the WALB news team as a news producer, and is now the Thomasville Bureau reporter.
Harrison Sanford anchors Sports on the weekends for WALB and also reports news throughout the week. He is originally from Westbury, New York but has become a fan southern hospitality. Harrison graduatedMore >> is a weekend sports anchor for WALB and also reports news throughout the week.More >> Shannon is excited to join the WALB News team. She is originally from Conyers, Ga, but graduated from the University of Georgia in 2013 with a 3.55 GPA. She has a Bachelors of Arts in Digital BroadcastMore >> interned with WALB-TV and from there knew she wanted to become a reporter in Southwest Georgia.More >> is thrilled to join the WALB news team. He is originally from Atlanta, but went away to school in Kentucky to earn his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications, with a minor in Broadcast Journalism fromMore >> is originally from Atlanta, went to school in Kentucky, and interned at WABG and WTVQ.More >> Colter Anstaett is the Valdosta Bureau Chief for WALB News 10.More >> Colter Anstaett is the Valdosta Bureau Chief for WALB News 10.More >> Nicole Rosales is WALB's morning reporter for Today in Georgia.More >> Nicole Rosales is WALB's morning reporter for Today in Georgia.More >> Aaryn Valenzuela began her journalism career in 2007 at KLST-TV in San Angelo, TX. Although she's a Texan at heart, she moved to South Georgia to be closer to family. During her time at KLST, she workedMore >> Aaryn is a weekend anchor and reporter at WALB.More >>