Stephen Robinson joined WXVT in December of 1992 as a sports reporter and anchor. A native of Miami, he graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication.
Before coming to WXVT Robinson worked as sports director at KHAS-TV, the NBC affiliate in Hastings, Nebraska. He also worked as a production assistant for WSVN-TV in Miami.
Stephen has been honored for his work having won several broadcasting awards. He has been recognized by the Mississippi Associated Press Broadcast Association for best sportscast, best sports story and best feature reporting.
In his spare time Stephen enjoys listening to music, going to the movies, and reading. He is married and has two daughters.
Eric Zernich joined the WXVT weather team in March 2013, coming from his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. Eric Zernich has had a passion for the weather even since the 4th grade when he had to give a weather forecast for class one day.
Eric attended The Ohio State University receiving his degree with honors in Atmospheric Science. During his junior and senior years he performed weekly 2-minute weather updates for the school's television channel, Buckeye TV. Eric also would send out a daily weather email to over 350 people every morning during his senior year as Doppler EZ.
The summer before his senior year of college, Eric interned for WXIX Fox19 in Cincinnati. Eric helped the weather team update the website and social media while creating weather graphics for the Inside the Forecast segment every evening.
When Eric is not covering the latest weather storm he enjoys playing golf and running. Eric is a huge baseball fan, especially his hometown Cincinnati Reds.
If you have any weather stories or pictures please feel free to share it with him at email@example.com
Callie Carroll joined the WXVT news team in October 2013, coming from her hometown of Springfield, Missouri.
Callie knew she wanted to be in news ever since she was twelve years old. She started out in sports reporting,
but developed a passion for news and knew that is what she was meant to do.
Callie graduated from Missouri State University with a degree in BroadcastJournalism and a minor in Sociology. She was the main anchor for her college station’s TV show, Ozarks News Journal, and she interned at KSPR in Springfield, Missouri.
In her free time she enjoys anything active. Callie loves playing volleyball and basketball and also coaching and teaching skills to kids. Before moving to Greenville she was an assistant volleyball coach for Logan- Rogersville’s varsity volleyball team, and coached club volleyball in the summers. She also loves doing volunteer work for anything involving children or animals.
If you have a news story that you feel needs to be covered feel free to email Callie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Craig Harden joined the WXVT sports team November 2012. A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Craig Harden has a strong passion for sports and telling the story of the athlete.
Craig started pursuing his goal of being a sportscaster back in college at UW-Whitewater after he finish up his basketball playing career there.
After graduating Craig took an internship in his home town of Milwaukee were he intern as a high school sports reporter at TMJ4 NBC Milwaukee.
In his free time Craig likes to run, play basketball and golf. Craig is a big time New York Yankee fan.
So if you see Craig out and have a sports story feel free to share it with him contact Craig at email@example.com
Woodrow Wilkins is a Greenville native and Navy veteran. A longtime print journalist, Woody says the switch to television was long overdue. He says one of the rewards of the job is he's always meeting new and interesting people. When he's not working, Woody spends a lot of time reading, writing, watching sports, listening to music, acting or directing plays.