Keith Morehouse is Sports Director at WSAZ.
Keith Morehouse is the WSAZ Sports Director. He also anchors from our studios in Huntington. He joined the WSAZ NewsChannel 3 sports team in September 1996.
For the previous 13 years, Keith worked at WOWK-TV in Huntington. There he anchored, produced and reported on many special athletes in our region. Keith is a tremendous addition to the WSAZ Sports Team.
Aside from newscasts, Keith is a two-time Emmy winner. He also won the WV Sportscaster of the Year award in 1999 and 2007, and 2012.
He was born January 21, 1961 in Beckley, WV. He graduated from Marshall University in 1983 with an Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism with minors in history and political science.
Hobbies include attending sporting events of any kind, playing golf and basketball and enjoys travelling. Keith has a wife, Debbie and two children, son Lake and daughter Alli.
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