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Ed Reilly Biography

Ed Reilly is an American journalist. He is a Multi-Media Journalist on Eyewitness News. In a career that has spanned nearly four decades, Ed won awards from the Associated Press, United Press International, National Press Photographers Association and was nominated for a New York Emmy.

A highlight of Ed’s NU experience was when Eyewitness News sports anchor Rick Azar requested a copy of his black-and-white videotape of the basketball game during which Phil Scaffidi set the school record for assists. Azar featured the video on his newscast that night.

Ed Reilly Age

Reilly is 51 years old. Details of his birthday have not been revealed as of now.

Ed Reilly Family

His father was a newsman for several Western New York media outlets. reilly’s father, Ed Sr. was a member of the Class of 1954 at Niagara University. The information regarding his mother’s names and other family members is currently under review.

Ed Reilly Education

One of Ed’s earliest forays into television was at Bishop Duffy High School in Niagara Falls (now Niagara Catholic Junior/Senior High). As a member of the Television Club, he would produce daily five-minute morning newscasts, coincidentally modeled after Eyewitness News.

After graduation, he enrolled at Niagara University, again following in the footsteps of his father. He began his studies as a liberal art major. Ed soon changed his focus to English and communication studies after working with Herm Platt in what was then known as the campus television studio.

A highlight of Ed’s NU experience was when Eyewitness News sports anchor Rick Azar requested a copy of his black-and-white videotape of the basketball game. This was during which Phil Scaffidi set the school record for assists. Not to mention, Azar featured the video on his newscast that night.

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Ed Reilly Career

The experience, and the recommendation of the Rev. Michael Tumulty, C.M., English department chair at that time, earned Ed an internship at WKBW during the last semester of his senior year. Just three months after graduation, Ed was hired by the station as a stringer, and three months after that, as a full-time news photographer/editor.

That was 32 years ago. Since then, Ed has covered all types of stories and seen many unusual things. His work has earned him awards from the Associated Press, United Press International, and the National Press Photographers Association, and he was nominated for a New York Emmy.

In April, Ed was awarded the Backpack Multi-Media Journalist of the Year award from the inaugural Buffalo Excellence in Media Awards. Most of these honors were for the kinds of stories Ed likes to do best: interesting people doing interesting things. It’s something he learned from his mentor, legendary Buffalo newscaster Irv Weinstein.

Ed Reilly Wife | Ed Reilly Children

When it comes to his love life Ed is a married man. In addition,  he is married to his wife Pam. The happy couple is blessed with four children. Two of his four children continued the Reilly family’s legacy by attending Niagara University. In addition, Reilly says that his success as a newsman comes from his role as a husband and father

Ed Reilly Salary | Net Worth

Reilly earns an average salary from his career. Although he has not disclosed to the public the actual figure of his salary. Moreover, his estimated net worth is currently under review.

Ed Reilly Wkbw

WKBW-TV, virtual channel 7 (UHF digital channel 38), is an ABC-affiliated television station licensed to Buffalo, New York, United States. The station is owned by the E. W. Scripps Company. WKBW-TV’s studios are located at 7 Broadcast Plaza in downtown Buffalo, and its transmitter is located at 8909 Center Street in Colden.

It is one of many local Buffalo television stations that are available over-the-air and on cable television in Canada, particularly in Southern Ontario. For many years, it was carried via microwave to cable systems in such areas as Corning and Horseheads; this ended when WENY-TV signed on as the ABC affiliate for the Elmira market.

Other Wkbw journalist includes Taylor Epps, Aaron Mentkowski, Matt Bove, Autumn Lewandowski,. Not to mention, Mike Randall, Michelle Mcleod, Ali Touhey, Charlie Specht and, Jenna Callari.

Ed Reilly Wkbw Articles

50 years ago: WNY’s contribution to Apollo 11

wkbw.com — NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WKBW) — On July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida for America’s first manned, lunar landing mission with astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Mike Collins on-board. Project Apollo involved hundreds-of-thousands of people across the country at several companies. But it was the Bell Aerospace Company in Wheatfield and Moog in Elma that developed and built key technology that was crucial for getting the astronauts to the moon and back.

Lake Ontario communities need money to recover from the high-water crisis

wkbw.com — SOMERSET, N.Y. (WKBW) — Lawmakers and community leaders from Niagara and Orleans Counties are hoping to get part of $300 million allocated by New York State to help areas affected by the Lake Ontario high-water crisis. During a meeting at the Somerset Town Hall, members of Governor Cuomo’s Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative (REDI) Commission explained how communities can submit project ideas, which will then be prioritized for funding.

Flash flood hits Ellicottvile Rodeo on July 4th

wkbw.com — ELLICOTTVILLE, N.Y. (WKBW) — July 4th brought a different type of fireworks to Ellicottville this year as a powerful thunderstorm caused flash floods. 2,000 people were preparing for the start of the Ellicottville Championship Rodeo, the largest in this part of the country, when fast-rising water caused anxious moments just before 7 p.m. July 4th as water swept through parking away with hundreds of vehicles. “It washed away corral cables and logs.

See Buffalo’s tall ships festival without traffic/parking hassles

wkbw.com — BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — A fleet of 12 historic, tall ships are on their way to Buffalo for the 4th of July holiday that is expected to draw thousands of people to the city’s waterfront. However, organizers are reminding the public there are easy ways to see the ships without trying to drive your vehicle to either Canalside or the Erie Basin Marina. The first option is when the tall ships sail into the Buffalo Harbor at 2 p.m. on Thursday, July 4th.

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