Edward Sheehy

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Edward Sheehy joined the WITN team in May 2017 as a reporter. He reports weekdays in the afternoons and evenings.

NAME: Edward Sheehy
TITLE: Reporter
E-MAIL: edward.sheehy@witn.com
ALMA MATER: Robert Morris University
PREVIOUS STATIONS: WPXI-TV, Pittsburgh PA
MARRIED: No
FAVORITE MOVIE: The Big Lebowski
FAVORITE TV SHOW: The Simpsons, LOST
FAVORITE BAND: Queen
FAVORITE BOOK: Jurassic Park
FAVORITE FOOD: Anything that includes the words "Buffalo chicken"
FAVORITE BEVERAGE: Tea
FAVORITE THING TO DO ON YOUR DAY OFF: Spend time at the beach or pool!
FAVORITE SEASON: Summer
FUN FACT: In college I studied abroad in Ireland, twice!
IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERTED ISLAND AND COULD ONLY TAKE ONE ITEM WITH YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE?: A hammock



BIOGRAPHY:

Edward Sheehy joined the WITN team in May 2017 as a reporter. He reports weekdays in the afternoons and evenings.

Edward came to WITN after working as an assignment editor for WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Edward is a Pennsylvania native, whose interest in broadcasting began back in high school where he started anchoring the morning announcements, eventually setting a school record for most consecutive days on-air.

Graduating from Robert Morris University in 2017 with a degree in Television Production, he held multiple titles at his college TV Station including general manager, program director, anchor, reporter and producer.

Edward has won multiple awards, including a 2016 Mid-Atlantic Emmy for his work on-air as a reporter and anchor, two College Media Association Apple Awards, three Communicator Awards as well as a special recognition from the Society For Collegiate Journalists for outstanding contribution as a

producer, reporter and anchor. He looks forward to sharing your stories! He can be reached at edward.sheehy@witn.com.


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