Erin Bischoff

Erin Bischoff



Erin joined the news team as a reporter in December 2016.

Erin graduated from SUNY Oswego in May 2016 with a B.A. in Broadcasting and Mass Communication and a minor in Business Administration. While at Oswego, Erin was involved with the student-run television station, WTOP-10, where she served as the news assignment manager her senior year and had experience as an anchor, reporter and producer.

Erin was born and raised in Rochester, NY. That’s where she first got the bug for TV news with internships at WHEC-TV and 13-WHAM. Erin started her career in news at Time Warner Cable News in Syracuse as a News Assistant.

When she isn’t reporting, Erin loves to travel, play the guitar or ukelele, and spend time with family and friends.

Erin would love to hear from you. If you have a story idea or just want to say hi, please feel free to contact her! E-mail Erin Bischoff at

Recent Articles by Erin

  Demolition of crumbling Antwerp building expected soon

  Getting ready for the Lewis County Fair

  Butler wants hand recount in tied mayoral primary

  Changes planned for busy Watertown road

  Watertown mayoral candidates, lawyer watch and wait

  Court could decide who runs for Watertown mayor

Music fills air at farmers market

  Olney says he’s victim of ‘smear campaign’

  Watertown Firefighters union seeks fines, settles old contracts

Thompson Park Zoo welcomes new additions

  Reaction to Fort Drum being picked as site for east coast missile defense

  Watertown mayoral race is ‘razor thin’ for Crossman, Horbacz

  Catching up with Watertown’s city council candidates

  Watertown mayoral candidates weigh in as voters go to polls for primary

  Abandon or embrace Plan 2014?

  Watertown working on retention pond issue that floods neighbor’s property

  Man seeks help with contaminated water on his Watertown property

  Watertown pools may stay open through Labor Day this year

  Philly cocaine bust could affect north country supply

  Roof collapses on downtown Antwerp building

  NY tightens up vaccination laws

  Outflow from Lake Ontario won’t increase, for now

IJC to hold emergency meeting & possibly suspend ‘Plan 2014’, newspaper says

  Projects will help Watertown airport soar to new heights

  World War II veteran reflects on D-Day anniversary

  First phase of hospital’s new campus underway

  NAACP plans to get involved after mock slave auction in Watertown school

  How did sandbags, aquadams help in Clayton?

  Parent defends teacher at heart of mock slave auction controversy

  Mother of black student in mock slave auction: “Why is that okay?”