Ashley Seybolt reports throughout the week and produces the evening and weekend broadcasts for WWNY in Watertown, NY.
Ashley joined the WWNY news team in August 2016 as a part-time video technician. In April 2018, she was promoted to News Producer.
Her day to day includes video content management, producing, reporting, web writing, and social media management.
A native of Theresa, and Indian River graduate, Ashley grew up watching 7 News. While in high school, she studied video production and web development for several years and participated in Video Production Club.
Ashley graduated from Jefferson Community College's Computer Information Technology program in December 2016. While enrolled, Ashley co-founded J.C.C.'s Cinematic Production Club and served as treasurer for two years.
In her free time, Ashley can be found swimming, snowboarding at Titus Mountain, or long boarding.
Jefferson Community College, Computer Information Technology A.A.S.
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