Loyd Price

Digital Editor

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Loyd Price joined WTAP as the station’s Digital Editor in February, 2017.

Loyd Price joined the WTAP News team as the Digital Editor for TheNewsCenter.tv in February, 2017.

After an internship at an Alabama TV station, Loyd graduated from Troy University’s Hall School of Journalism and Communications in 2013, with a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism.

He then wrote, edited and produced live TV newscasts for a few years at stations in Georgia and Tennessee, before following his newly-discovered passion for digital and social journalism here to The News Center.

In his spare time, Loyd enjoys meeting new people, reading, learning about new technology, going to car shows, exploring the history of the Mid-Ohio Valley, and – when weather allows – hiking, biking and kayaking.

Being from the Deep South, Loyd also looks forward to learning how to ski in West Virginia's mountains during a snowy winter day, and exploring everything else the region has to offer!

Loyd is happy to live and work in the Mid-Ohio Valley, and to serve its people with the latest, most-accurate news, weather, sports and other information on all screens!


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