A new building near Sherling Lake in Greenville could potentially attract new businesses. Greenville Mayor Dexter… continue reading ›
Caitlyn Cline, South Alabama Newsroom Reporter
Caitlyn Cline is a reporter for the Alabama News Network. She joined our station in July 2015 as the South Alabama Reporter based in Greenville.
Caitlyn graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in May of 2015. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Information with a concentration in Journalism and Electronic Media. Don’t hate her for it, but she loves cheering on her Vols every game day.
While at the University of Tennessee, Caitlyn anchored and reported two semesters of the student produced television news program, UT Today. She also studied abroad in the Czech Republic through the University’s “Old World, New Media” class. She worked at her hometown’s local television and radio station, Sigmon Communications, as an anchor, reporter, producer and radio host.
Caitlyn interned for two semesters at WBIR-TV, a local station in Knoxville. She worked with several reporters and producers on breaking news stories. She fell in love with the hustle and bustle of a busy newsroom and the thrill of getting the perfect interview.
Caitlyn loves her new home in Greenville, but does miss the Cumberland Gap mountains in Tennessee. When not at work, you can usually find Caitlyn curled up with a cup of coffee and a good book, out on the town with a few friends, spoiling her adorable niece or visiting home and her siblings: her two brothers Levi and Jed and younger sister Caleigh.
Caitlyn is always up for making new friends and meeting new people, so don’t hesitate to contact her or say hello when you see her!
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Covington County Schools Superintendent Shannon Driver says he's recieved multiple reports of vehicles passing school buses that are stopped on the side of the road with emergency lights. A bus driver turns… continue reading ›