Mary Smith came to us in March of 2015 from Philadelphia, PA as a weekend/weekday Multimedia Journalist and Reporter. She became the WTAP News at 5 and FOX Parkersburg News at 10 anchor in September 2016.
Mary Smith came to us in March of 2015 from Philadelphia, PA as a weekend/weekday Multimedia Journalist and Reporter.
She became the WTAP News at 5 and FOX Parkersburg News at 10 anchor in September 2016.
She graduated from Temple University in December 2014 with a BA in journalism with a concentration in broadcasting.
She is very friendly, outgoing, and always willing to meet new people.
During college, Mary was a Junior Reporter for Fox 29 WTXF-TV's weekend show, "#Fox29Weekend," where she produced, reported, edited, and wrote packages independently.
She also completed a full-time internship in the programming and production department at 6abc WPVI-TV in Philadelphia.
Mary has a strong interest in the arts and entertainment, and would like to work on-air in entertainment journalism some day. She is also studying to go to law school to practice property law. When asked her career goals, she, "wants to perform well at her job and learn as much as possible."
In her free time she loves to exercise and talk to family members that live in all different parts of the country.
Her father and brother are Marines, so she strongly values our country's veterans.
Mary looks forward to bringing you accurate and informative news on both the weekends and week days.
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