Nicholas Phillips

WRGX Anchor/Reporter

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Meet WTVY weekend anchor Nicholas Phillips.

Nicholas joined the WTVY News Team as a Multimedia Journalist and Producer in January 2016, switching to a warmer climate, after growing up in southern Maine in the city of Portland.

Before joining the news team, Nicholas worked for NBC Sports both as an intern and as a logger. Headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, Nicholas worked on several shows, including Pro Football Talk, the NHL weekday shows, the Tour De France and others. He also worked with a team of researchers preparing reference material for broadcasts in Sochi, Russia for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.

Nicholas knew he wanted to be a news reporter after working for News 12 Connecticut in Norwalk.

Nicholas is a graduate of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut where he earned his undergrad in Media studies in 2011 and ran track for the Pioneers where he was a hurdler and a jumps specialist. Nicholas is a huge sports fan who enjoys watching his Baltimore Ravens and New York Mets and in his spare time he loves watching old movies and television shows.


Sports Headlines

Posted: 3:03 PM - Duty, honor, country are the words that the United States Military lives by. When you play football at Army West Point, you are not only fighting with your team on the field but off the field as well, and a young man from Carroll High School is ready to do just that in 2018.

Posted: 2:39 PM - Wildcat stadium in enterprise is intimidating. Fans pack the only double-decker stadium in the Wiregrass all season long as it becomes one of the loudest venues in the state. This year the blue and white have upped the ante.

Updated: 08/21/2017 - For Dale County High School, a Henderson will be making a difference on each side of the ball.

Posted: 08/21/2017 - 1) Alabama 2) Ohio State 3) Florida State

Posted: 08/21/2017 - The former Auburn slugger launched a two-run home run in the National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) championship series to pace the Scrap Yard Dawgs to their first Cowles Cup in franchise history.