Hunter Ellison

Video Journalist

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Hunter Ellison is a video journalist at WSAZ.

Hunter was born and raised in Texas before moving to Hurricane in 2009.

He now resides in Huntington and recently graduated from Marshall University where he received a bachelor's degree in weather broadcasting.

Prior to graduating, he started at WSAZ as an intern, but shifted roles when he was hired as a part-time video journalist. Now, Hunter is with WSAZ full-time.

When he is not behind the camera, Hunter likes to play drums, fly his drone, and spend time with his girlfriend and pets.


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