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 email@example.com
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