Kate Capodanno

Anchor/Reporter

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kate.capodanno@witn.com

Kate Capodanno joined the WITN news team in May 2017 and is thrilled covering the news that matters most to you.

NAME: Kate Capodanno

TITLE: Anchor/Reporter

EMAIL: kate.capodanno@witn.com

ALMA MATER: Syracuse University

PREVIOUS STATIONS: WSYR intern Syracuse, NY. NBC Sports Rio Olympics intern Stamford, CT.

MARRIED: No

FAVORITE TV SHOW: Gilmore Girls

FAVORITE BAND: Phoenix, Fleetwood Mac

FAVORITE BOOK: "1984" "Catcher in the Rye"

FAVORITE FOOD: Fajitas

FAVORITE BEVERAGE: Iced Tea

FAVORITE THING TO DO ON YOUR DAY OFF: I like to play golf, exercise and try new food.

FAVORITE SEASON: Spring

FUN FACT: I spent six months in South America studying in Ecuador and Chile

IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERTED ISLAND AND COULD ONLY TAKE ONE ITEM WITH YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE: Sun Block




Kate Capodanno joined the WITN news team in May 2017 and is thrilled covering the news that matters most to you.

Before moving to Eastern North Carolina, Kate grew up in New Jersey and studied at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. While at college Kate dual-majored in Broadcast and Digital Journalism and Spanish. She worked as both a reporter and producer for the student-run television studio on programs like CitrusTV Noticias, Unpeeled and OrangeZest. Kate has worked at WSYR in Syracuse, New York as a producing intern and at NBC Sports in Stamford, Connecticut to help with digital coverage of the Rio Olympics.

Kate is excited to explore Eastern North Carolina and learn more about you and your community.


Feel free to share a story idea or just reach out to Kate, she would love to say hello. You can contact her at kate.capodanno@witn.com.


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