Julie Newman

POSTED: 12:01 PM Jun 20 2012   UPDATED: 3:12 PM Jul 30 2014
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Julie Newman anchors News 5 WCYB at 5, 6 and 11. She brings a dozen years of television experience to the newsroom.

Virginia truly is home to Julie; she was born in Roanoke, grew up in Williamsburg, went to college at Christopher Newport University in Newport News and started her TV career at WVEC in Norfolk.

Julie and her husband spent some time in upstate New York, where she anchored for NewsCenter 7 in Ithaca and News10Now in Syracuse.

After they started a family, Julie returned home to Virginia to anchor for WSET in Roanoke/Lynchburg. You may have seen Julie on the air in the Tri-Cities on Blue Ridge PBS; as Executive Producer and host, she brought the station 15 state, national and local awards – including two Emmy awards.

Julie and her husband, Geoff, along with their two children, Zackary and Lindsay, are happy to call Bristol home.

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Preston Ayres

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Paul Johnson

PJ began his television career at WCYB-TV in 1981 after working as a newspaper and radio reporter.

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Samantha Kozsey

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Julie Newman

Julie Newman anchors News 5 WCYB at 5, 6 and 11. She brings a dozen years of television experience to the newsroom.

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Rebecca Pepin

Rebecca moved to the Tri-Cities in 2005 after living in Columbia, South Carolina for 5 years and working for WIS-TV.

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Dave Dierks

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David Boyd

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Chris Michaels

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Casey Goetz

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Olivia Caridi

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Callan Gray

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Stephanie Santostasi

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Cassandra Sweetman

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Olivia Bailey

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Kristen Quon

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