Amy Lanski

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Amy joins News 13 from California.

Amy is from Ventura, California but has lived in San Jose, California for the past two years. She graduated with her Masters from San Jose State University in 2018 where she focused on journalism. She was a reporter for the Spartan Sports Report show on Comcast Sports Bay Area covering various sports for the university. She was also an intern at NBC Bay Area where she was a writer and helped produce the Winter Olympics.

Prior to graduate school she went to Tulane University where she graduated with a BA in English while playing volleyball. While in New Orleans she interned at the NBC affiliate WDSU in the sports department. As much as she enjoyed working sports she is excited to get into local news.

She already loves the pace of life in Wyoming and is looking forward to getting to know the community.


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