Elizabeth VanMetre

Alert Desk Anchor/MMJ

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evanmetre@ky3.com

Meet Elizabeth VanMetre.

Elizabeth VanMetre joined the KY3 and KSPR's morning team in April 2019 as a Alert Desk Anchor and Multimedia Journalist.

She comes to us from Casper, Wyoming where is was KCWY 13's morning show anchor and worked on investigative stories for the station.

Before working in local news Elizabeth was a celebrity journalist covering stories out of New York. She worked for the TV show Entertainment Tonight as a reporter and writer. She was also an entertainment editor for the New York Daily News and a red carpet reporter for the magazine InTouch Weekly. Elizabeth helped launch the magazine Closer Weekly in 2013.

Elizabeth graduated with her Masters from Columbia University School of Journalism in 2016. She studied broadcasting along with reporting on religion. She was chosen as a Scripps Howard Fellow which allowed her to report on religion in India.

Elizabeth loves to travel and explore new cultures, often to places that scare her parents.

If you have any story ideas feel free to email her at evanmetre@ky3.com. Also follow her on Facebook at @ElizabethVanMetreTV.


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