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Kevin Wuzzardo

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After several years away, Kevin returned to the Carolinas in June 2006 as co-anchor of Good Morning Carolina. In January 2010, he was promoted to News Content Manager. In June 2014 he was promoted again to Assistant News Director, and then to News Director in August 2014, but you may still see him on air from time to time covering politics and other stories. In his time at WWAY, Kevin has won awards from the Associated Press and the Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas for his feature and political reporting and documentary producing. After moving from Norristown, PA, at age seven, Kevin grew up in Irmo, SC. He got his start working in TV when he was just 16 at WOLO in Columbia, SC. During high school, he developed his writing skills with his school newspaper. Kevin's newspaper and TV careers continued in college at the University of Georgia, where he worked on the student newscast NewSource15 and helped start and anchor the show Georgia Gameday, which covered Bulldog football. He also wrote for the student newspaper The Red & Black, as well as the Athens Daily News/Banner-Herald. Kevin graduated from the University of Georgia in 2000, earning the Bill Martin Award as Best Broadcast News Graduate. His first job out of school was in Atlanta as a Production Assistant for FoxSportsNet South and FoxSportsNet Arizona. Kevin then spent a year in California doing technology news and educational content online before spending two years as a general assignment news and education reporter and anchor at WCJB in Gainesville, FL. He then spent more than two years as a reporter at WLEX in Lexington, KY. Kevin lives in Leland with his wife Tiffany and their son Benjamin, daughter Lilly and dogs Libby and Dory. When not bringing you the news, he enjoys traveling, cooking and watching movies, TV and sports, especially his beloved Philadelphia pro sports teams and the Georgia Bulldogs.

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