Sean Tehan joined the News 19 team as a Multimedia Journalist in February 2014. Before joining News 19, Sean attended the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. At UW-Whitewater, Sean was heavily involved at the on-campus television and radio stations, UWW-TV and 91.7 the Edge, respectively. At UWW-TV, Sean worked his way to becoming an award-winning journalist. As a co-producer and co-host for “P.E.O.M.I.O.S.F.Y.R.D.S.”, a popular specialty show, Sean earned a Wisconsin Broadcasters’ Association 2nd-place award for non play-by-play sports programming.
Sean was also a play-by-play broadcaster for UWW-TV, covering a wide variety of sports. Sean has always been a hard working journalist determined to improve during every broadcast and as a result, Sean’s consistent work ethic helped him earn a Wisconsin Broadcasters’ Association first-place award in sports play-by-play programming. Although he was an award-winning sports journalist, it was during his college years at UW-Whitewater where Sean developed a true passion for television. During college, Sean was also a Television News Intern at WTMJ in Milwaukee. At WTMJ, Sean learned from some of the best anchors, reporters, producers, photographers and editors in television news on what makes a station successful.
After graduating from UW-Whitewater with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and prior to being named as a Multimedia Journalist at News 19, Sean served as an independent contractor for a pair of television production companies, PlayOn! Sports and High School Cube. With these companies, Sean’s chief duties included broadcasting, producing and videography. Sean is a television nerd, a rollercoaster fanatic, a movie buff, and he is proud to call himself part of the Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Brewers faithful. He is originally from Waukesha, Wis. If you have any story ideas, feel free to email Sean at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter @SeanTehan.
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