6 News Team
They come into your living rooms every day, now meet the dedicated journalists of the 6 News Team.
Brittany Boyer joined 6 News in June 2011 as a Clearfield County reporter. Growing up, Brittany always mimicked notable reporters and anchors.
Bill Brown has been an anchor for 6 News at Noon since 1984 and has anchored the early morning news broadcasts since their inception in 1985.
Jim Burton is a broadcast veteran of almost 20 years, working in both radio and television. He began his career at WYDD and WHTX radio in Pittsburgh as a morning personality.
Erin is a local journalist covering local news! She was born and raised in State College. She graduated from Penn State with a degree in broadcast journalism, but didn’t stick around Happy Valley for very long.
Kyla Campbell joined WJAC-TV's Washington bureau in December 2012. She likes digging for news on Capitol Hill and covering how Washington, DC plays a role in stories that affect you.
Kerri Corrado joined the 6 News team in November 2012 as a reporter for Cambria and Somerset counties.
Stef Davis joined the 6 News team in October 2012 as a reporter in the State College bureau. She comes to WJAC from WBRE in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, where she was a reporter and fill-in anchor.
Jacqueline Fell joined 6 News as a Washington D.C. Correspondent in June 2012. She has reported on major crime, court and political stories for nearly a decade.
Josh Fosbrink joined WJAC and the Severe Weather Team 6 in October of 2011 as the Weekend Meteorologist.
Melanie Gillespie joined 6 News in August 2011 and comes to the Alleghenies from the two Virginias. She was a reporter and producer in Bluefield, W.
For nearly two decades, Jen Johnson has been a part of the 6 News team. Jen currently anchors the 5pm and 6pm news.
Matt joined the WJAC-TV Sports Department in June 2007 and is now the 6 Sports Senior Anchor/Reporter.
Tony is originally from the Johnstown area. After growing up in Windber, he and his family moved to the Pittsburgh area for about 12 years following the family business.
Washington D.C. investigative reporter Scott MacFarlane learned Washington from the inside out. He joined our Washington D.
Maria Miller became a member of the 6 News team in July 2011. After serving two years as a radio news anchor/reporter for Renda Broadcasting in Indiana, she’s excited to make her television debut.
Marty Radovanic is the Primary Anchor for 6 News. The veteran journalist began his career at 6 News in March of 1974.
Gary, manager of our Central Pennsylvania Bureau in State College, has been with 6 News since 1983. He began as a reporter/photo-journalist in the Bureau.
Lindsay Ward is happy to be back near her hometown! She joins 6 News as the Morning Co-Anchor/Reporter after being the Morning/Noon Anchor at NBC affiliate, WVVA in Bluefield, WV.
Rich Wisniewski joined 6 News in June of 2012 as the Clearfield County reporter. It is safe to make the statement that Rich is home.