Vince Vitrano (Journalist)

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Vince Vitrano, an Emmy award-winning reporter and anchor, has been an integral part of TMJ4 since the spring of 2000. Vince Vitrano initially started as a general assignment reporter and has since risen to become the anchor of ‘TMJ4 News Today.’ Vince Vitrano is a familiar voice on WTMJ Radio as well.

Vince Vitrano outstanding work in the field of reporting and anchoring has garnered him numerous accolades, including recognition from the Associated Press and the Milwaukee Press Club. Notably, he received the 2018 Wisconsin Broadcasters Association award for Best Social/Digital Media Personality and a 2015 Chicago Midwest Regional Emmy.

Beyond his professional achievements, Vince holds the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors for Special Olympics Wisconsin. He has also contributed his time and efforts to organizations like The First Tee Southeast Wisconsin, MACC Fund, Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin, Make-a-Wish Foundation, First Stage Theater, and the United Performing Arts Fund, demonstrating his commitment to the community.

Milwaukee is not just his workplace but also his hometown. Vince was born there and grew up in Wauwatosa, where he graduated from Tosa East High School. He holds a degree in Communication from St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin. Vince and his wife, Nicole, who hails from Cedarburg, take pride in their roles as parents to Ella, Max, and Olivia.

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