Elizabeth VanMetre

Today in Wyoming Anchor

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Biography

Elizabeth was born in Durham, North Carolina but has lived in New York City for the past four years. She graduated with her Masters from Columbia Journalism School in 2017 where she focused on broadcasting and covering religion in news. She was a Scrippts Howard Fellow while at Columbia and traveled to India in early 2017 to work on video news pieces centered around religion.

Pre graduate school she was an entertainment reporter on the digital team at Entertainment Tonight. Before joining the television program’s team she worked as an entertainment editor at the New York Daily News. She has also appeared in YahooTravel and Cosmopolitan. While she loved her time on the red carpets and keeping up with the Kardashians, she decided to try her hand at local news. She has already fallen in love with Wyoming and is enjoying her new slower lifestyle.


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