Nicholas Phillips

Weekend Anchor/ Reporter

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nicholas@wtvy.com

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: 05/25/2017 - Florida 5, Auburn 4. Auburn draws loser of MSU-Arkansas in an elimination game; Florida will face winner.

Posted: 05/24/2017 - Alabama, Byrne make move to better long-term prospects of UA baseball, fire Goff after one season

Posted: 05/24/2017 - Matt Adams singled in the winning run with about 200 fans left in the stands for the ninth inning, lifting the Atlanta Braves over the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-5 early Wednesday morning in a game delayed over three hours by rain.

Posted: 05/24/2017 - If the Pyeongchang Olympics were held today, Germany would win the most gold medals -- and the most medals overall.

Posted: 05/22/2017 - Auburn draw's rematch with defending champs to earn way back to WCWS, Tide to take on top-ranked Florida.