Alex Walker

WITN Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter

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alex.walker@witn.com

Alex Walker joined the WITN team in August 2016 as weekend sports anchor and weekday sports reporter.

NAME: Alex Walker
TITLE: WITN Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter
E-MAIL: alex.walker@witn.com
ALMA MATER: Pennsylvania State University
PREVIOUS STATION: KCAU in Sioux City, Iowa
FAVORITE TV SHOW: Breaking Bad
FAVORITE MOVIE: Forrest Gump
FAVORITE BAND: The Rocket Summer
FAVORITE SONG: Sweet Caroline: Neil Diamond
FAVORITE FOOD: Buffalo Chicken Wraps
FAVORITE BEVERAGE: Peach Tea
FAVORITE THING TO DO ON YOUR DAY OFF: Run and throw a Frisbee
FAVORITE SEASON: Summer
IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERTED ISLAND AND COULD ONLY TAKE ONE ITEM WITH YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE?:Satellite Phone....Everything becomes a phone call away.

BIOGRAPHY:
Alex came to WITN from KCAU in Sioux City, Iowa, where he anchored and reported.

Alex attended Penn State University. He was a Schreyer Honors College student. He graduated in May 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with a minor in Theatre.

Alex would love for you to share story ideas as well as Player of the Week suggestions. His email is alex.walker@witn.com.


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