Bill Rohrer joined the FOX 29 News team in August 2006. As a feature reporter, he writes, shoots and edits #InFocus segments, which feature some of the most heartwarming stories in the Philadelphia region.
A member of the National Press Photographers Association, Bill began producing #InFocus segments after attending the NPPA's Advanced Storytelling Workshop in April of 2014.
Bill has years of news experience as an editor and news photographer. Prior to joining FOX 29, he worked for CN8 News. His career began as an editor at CN8. A three-time Mid-Atlantic EMMY Award winner for best solo video journalist, he recently won Emmy Awards for reporter in the general assignment and news feature category. His work has earned him twelve EMMY awards, including best photographer and best editor. He also won three Associated Press awards for best photographer, and the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for investigative reporting.
Born and bred in the Philadelphia area, Bill attended Neshaminy High School in Langhorne, PA, and graduated from Kutztown University in 2001.
When he's not working, Bill loves playing ice hockey three to four times a week, running short-distance 5K races up to half-marathons, and spending time with his wife and two daughters.
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