Erin Bischoff

Erin Bischoff

Reporter

WWNY

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 ebischoff@wwnytv.net


Recent Articles by Erin

  What criminal justice reforms could mean to you

  Work begins on new Watertown playground

12 of 14 animal cruelty charges dropped against Adams Center man

  Watertown city manager to be investigated after employee complaint

  Concrete poured, Smith elected - what happens to pool project now?

  Bill would make ‘swatting’ a felony crime

  Jefferson County officials worry about bail reform

  Watertown still has money available to replace lead pipes

  Jefferson County judge candidates discuss the issues

  Harrisville market remembers Virg, a ‘landmark’ in the community

  Vienna Boys Choir seeks to inspire in Watertown performance

  Grants available to fix facades in downtown Watertown

Allied Motion evacuated, small fire extinguished

  Vittles for Vets

  Volunteer Transportation seeks chefs for mac & cheese cook-off

  Information sought on reported hit and run crash

  Could Thompson Park pool project still be stopped?

  Celebrating Italian heritage on Columbus Day

  Ground broken for Watertown’s Thompson Park pool project

  JCC nursing students get hands on training at hospital

  How does early voting work?

Totes for change

  JCC rolls out technology to make campus safer

  JCC students with questions can now ask ‘Jeffie’

  17 year olds now covered under NY’s Raise the Age law

  Watertown’s zoo may ask for more money due to ‘very critical issues’

  Thompson Park Zoo unveils new playground

  Dukes on trial again for sexual assault

  UPS ramps up hiring for peak delivery season

  Bill seeks minimum staffing at northern border