10TV News Anchor
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Jerry Revish delivers the nightly news to Columbus viewers as anchor of the 5, 6 and 11 p.m. editions of 10TV News.
He has been an award-winning reporter for WBNS-TV since June 1980.
Jerry's reporting talents have taken him around the world. He was the first Columbus TV reporter to go to Saudi Arabia to cover the Persian Gulf War. Jerry has also reported from Haiti, Barbados, South Africa, Bosnia, Bahrain and Japan.
Among his reporting honors: 8 Emmy awards and the Silver Circle Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences; Associated Press awards for best feature, best documentary and best spot news coverage; the Carl Day Award for Outstanding Achievement; and, the Best International Reporting Award from the National Association of Black Journalists for a series of reports on the liberation of Haiti and a half-hour documentary on the new South Africa. Jerry has also been inducted in the Ohio Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
Among his most personally-satisfying stories: helping Columbus bodybuilder Walter Smith -- wrongfully convicted of rape -- win his freedom through DNA testing; and, reporting from Washington on the Inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Jerry is the founder of a high school journalism workshop for minority students in Columbus.
Jerry is a native of Youngstown, Ohio, where he got his start in broadcasting at WBBW Radio. Jerry and his wife, Danielle, a fashion show producer, model and image consultant, have two children, Nicole and Jerome and three grandchildren, Samuel, Madison and Sydney.
Recent articles by Jerry Revish
- Central Ohio Native Circles The Globe Into History
- North Columbus Neighbors Band Together To Fight Crime
- Black History Month: Charles Follis
- APPS Program Strives To Make A Positive Impact On At-Risk Teens
- Campus Crime Questions Must Be Answered By Universities
- Home Inventory Can Save You In The Wake Of Disaster
- Surprise Carry-Out Inspections Find Health Hazards, Drug Concerns
- Bookstore Opens Its Doors To At-Risk Kids In Effort To Reduce Violence
- Former Ohio State Professor Shares Story Of How Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Death Sparked His Civil Rights Activism