Kathryn Robinson

Multimedia Journalist

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Kathryn Robinson is a multimedia journalist at WSAZ NewsChannel3.

Kathryn joined the WSAZ News Team in June of 2016 as a Multimedia Journalist in Huntington.

Born and raised in Ashland, Kentucky, Kathryn has grown up watching NewsChannel 3.

Kathryn graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University- Go Orange!- with a bachelor of science degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism and minors in Political Science and Management Studies. While braving the bitter Syracuse winter, Kathryn worked at award-winning station- CitrusTV- reporting, anchoring, content producing and working behind the scenes. Kathryn also covered Vice President Joe Biden's visit to Syracuse, 2016 presidential candidates on the campaign trail and Sarah Koenig- creator of the podcast, Serial.

This isn't Kathryn's first role at WSAZ. She was proud to intern in Huntington during the summer of 2013. Kathryn was able to develop her skills and reaffirm her passion for storytelling.

During the summer of 2014, Kathryn worked as a reporting intern for WKYT in Lexington, Kentucky. Most recently, she worked as a digital intern for NBCNews.com in New York, New York. While working for NBC News, Kathryn reported on top U.S. and world news and published over 70 articles including stories on the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage, the Women's World Cup and the NFL's first female coach.

When she is not telling your stories, Kathryn loves to travel! She lived and studied abroad in Madrid, Spain in the spring of 2015. She has visited over ten different cities in Spain and nearly fifteen different cities across other parts of Europe-- but her heart lies in Madrid!

Kathryn also loves to dance. She performed in the Ashland Youth Ballet's The Nutcracker for 11 years at the Paramount Arts Center in Ashland.

Kathryn is thrilled to be back in the area, reporting for the station she grew up watching. She would love to hear from you! If you have a story idea or just want to say hey, send an email her way at Kathryn.Robinson@wsaz.com!


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