Natalie Price

Daybreak & WTAP News at Noon Anchor

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natalie.price@TheNewsCenter.tv

304-485-6397 ext. 324

Natalie Price joined the WTAP news team in June 2015 as a weekend anchor and reporter. In March 2016, she took over as Daybreak Anchor.

Natalie Price joined the WTAP news team in June 2015 as a weekend anchor and reporter. In March 2016, she took over as Daybreak Anchor.

She was born in Charleston, West Virginia. She graduated from South Charleston High School with an International Baccalaureate degree. Four years later, she graduated from West Virginia University's Reed College of Media with a bachelor's degree in Journalism, with an emphasis in television journalism and a minor in English.

When she wasn't cheering on the Mountaineers, Natalie served as a main news anchor for the Emmy award-winning college newscast, WVU News. She also served as a consumer beat reporter. She was a teaching assistant for a beginning television reporting class, as well as an officer for the WVU chapter of the Radio, Television, Digital News Association. She interned with WSAZ-TV and in West Virginia MetroNews, both in Charleston.

She's excited to be with WTAP and looks forward to finding out everything that the Mid-Ohio Valley has to offer!

When she's not working, she can probably be found in Charleston or Morgantown. When she does decide to hang around the MOV, she loves to play guitar, read, run, and spend time with friends.


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