Posted: 9:53 a.m. Monday, June 25, 2012

Greg Warmoth


Greg Warmoth
Greg Warmoth

I arrived at WFTV in 1986, coming from KSTP in Minneapolis, Minnesota. For the first 11 years, I was WFTV's weekend sports anchor and covered some area-changing events, from Orlando's securing of an NBA franchise to following the teams march to the NBA Finals. Even now as a news anchor, I enjoy covering sporting events from time to time.

In 1997, I made the switch to the news department and for 15 years woke up every day at 2:45am to co-anchor Eyewitness News Daybreak, Eyewitness News This Morning on TV-27 and Eyewitness News at Noon with Vanessa Echols.  In 2012, I was promoted to Eyewitness News at 5:30 (PM) and Eyewitness News at 11.  

(Movie fans may have also seen me playing the part of Kennedy Space Center Reporter in the movie Armageddon.)

 In my spare time, I am active with youth sports and several charitable functions including the Chris DiMarco "Tee Up For Life" golf tournament. In the past 12 years, we have raised 5 million dollars for children battling cancer. I also enjoy playing golf and running.

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