Jennifer Holton

WECP Anchor

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Jennifer Holton joined WECP in June 2015 as the noon and 5:30 PM anchor and general assignment reporter. Before moving to the Sunshine State, she worked at Fox News Channel for two years as Greta Van Susteren's assistant and online reporter for her blog, Gretawire.
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Jennifer graduated from the Tim Russert Department of Communications at John Carroll University. While at JCU, she worked for the award-winning student newspaper, The Carroll News, and produced/anchored several newscasts for the campus news station, TV-4. She also interned at C-SPAN, Cleveland Magazine, and WEWS News Channel 5.

Jennifer's happy to trade in politics for palm trees as she transitions from the nation's capital to Panama City Beach. When she's not reporting, you can find her trying out a new recipe, catching up on politics or cheering on her Cleveland sports teams (Go CAVS!)

If you have a story idea, she would love to hear it. Feel free to reach out to her via e-mail, Facebook or Twitter.


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