Amber Sipe

Anchor/Multimedia Journalist

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amber.sipe@wsaz.com

Amber Sipe is an anchor and multimedia journalist at WSAZ.

Amber Sipe joined the WSAZ team as a multimedia journalist in June 2018. In May 2019, she became the anchor of NewsChannel 3 Saturday Morning.

Amber studied Convergence Journalism at the University of Missouri. While in college, she worked at the local NBC affiliate, KOMU 8 News, as a reporter, anchor, producer and digital producer. Amber also spent time in Omaha, Neb. as an intern for KETV Newswatch 7.

Amber grew up in Boca Raton, Fl. Living close to a beach sparked her love for the outdoors, and now she loves to discover and explore beautiful and adventurous places.

She is thrilled to be working out of Charleston, W. Va. and would love to hear from you! Feel free to email her at amber.sipe@wsaz.com.


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