Sean Sporman

Morning Producer

Connect With Me

sean@wtvy.com

Sean Sporman's Bio

Sean became a part of the WTVY news team in March of 2012. He is excited to help bring those waking up all across the Wiregrass—and the world, if watching online—the latest news from the area and beyond. He produces on the News 4 This Morning weekday broadcast.

Before working in the Dothan area, Sean cut his broadcast teeth through Troy University’s TrojanVision, part of their broadcast journalism program. There, he was the lead weather anchor for three years. But, he also anchored and reported some, as well as learning how to produce and more. He later interned at WSFA News 12 in Montgomery.

He enjoys any opportunity to be creative with the aspects of producing a newscast. Whether that’s bring a story you may not hear anywhere else, a unique way to present a story, or even a clever introduction, Sean tries to make every aspect of the show he produces as unique and compelling as possible. He also enjoys sharing unique content from the Morning Show on the web, which has its own web section. (Just click on News and then Morning Show!)

Sean’s hobbies include tracking and following weather, writing, reading, video games, comic books and more.

Feel free to contact Sean at sean@wtvy.com!


Sports Headlines

Updated: 04/23/2018 - Alabama softball won its weekend finale against Tennessee Monday night at Rhoads Stadium, shutting out the Lady Vols, 4-0.

Updated: 04/23/2018 - The 2018 Hardee's Pro Classic ended and is now preparing for next year

Updated: 04/23/2018 - The finals of the Hardee's Pro Classic did not disappoint as the tournament's 4-seed and 5-seed squared off in the finals

Updated: 04/22/2018 - Andrew Landry won the Valero Texas Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory, pulling away with early birdies and holding on with par saves.
Posted: 04/18/2018 - Chipola College Athletics on April 17 hosted a signing ceremony for 12 student-athletes who signed with four-year colleges and universities.