Anna-Lysa Gayle Biography – Anna-Lysa Gayle Wiki
Anna-Lysa Gayle is an American journalist who comes from Jamaica and works as a reporter and anchor for WJLA-TV since July 2016. She has always seen on the television at 10 p.m. on WJLA 24/7 News and at 11 p.m. on ABC7 News. When she was 11 years old, she moved to the United States Brooklyn, New York. As she continued moving to other parts of the East Coast, her love for journalism became more intense. In the year 2009, she enrolled at Howard University where she studied Broadcast Journalism. At that particular time, she did internships with companies like WTOP-FM and CNN. She also managed to be selected for competitive programs like the Meredith-Cronkite Fellowship, the T-Howard Foundation, the CBC-UNC Diversity Fellowship, MTVU, ONA student newsroom, and NABJ’s student multimedia project.
The onset of her career was at WHSV-TV in Harrisonburg, Virginia before she moved on to WLKY-TV in Louisville, Kentucky, for almost three years. While she was in Kentucky, she received an award from the Associated Press for her continuing coverage of a case involving four young men, coined the “Misidentified Four.”
In July 2016, she became part of the news team at WJLA-TV, where she continues to tell stories that she hopes will leave a lasting impact. She is a three-time Emmy award-winner, earning them for her reporting on the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the fatal Flower Branch Apartments explosion in Silver Spring in 2016, and the Congressional baseball practice shooting in Alexandria, Virginia. She is also the recipient of the Distinction of Hope Award.
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