Jay Greene

Digital Content Editor/Daybreak Producer and Reporter

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Daybreak, www.kkco11news.com

jay.greene@kkco11news.com

Jay Greene oversees content published on social media, as well as kkco11news.com and in the KKCO 11 News mobile app!

Jay Greene moved from a small town near Baltimore, Maryland, to join the KKCO news team in November 2015.

In addition to overseeing digital content, Jay produces Daybreak and fills in as an anchor and reporter.

Jay graduated in May 2015 from Towson University, where he received a B.S. in Mass Communication with a focus in journalism and new media.

He interned with WBAL-TV 11, the NBC station in Baltimore, and WGAL-TV, the NBC affiliate in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He also published content for USA Today College .

He enjoys working behind-the-scenes on the web and mobile apps, and he enjoys meeting new people, getting the opportunity to see life through a different set of eyes.

Outside of the newsroom, you can find Jay enjoying nature, trying new things, spending time with friends and family and working out. You’ll also find him checking out the latest gadgets! His favorite place in the Grand Valley is Hanging Lake!

Have a story idea? Let Jay know!



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