Paul comes to WJZ after a brief hiatus in the video production world. He worked six years at WBFF in Baltimore after stops in Fort Myers (Fla.), and Huntington (W Va ).

In his TV news career, he has earned nine Emmys, 11 Associated Press Awards, two Edward R. Murrow Awards, and was recognized nationally as an NPPA Reporter of the Year finalist in 2016’s Best of Photojournalism contest.

Baltimore Magazine named Paul Best One-Man Band in it’s 2018 Best of Baltimore issue.

While experienced in covering hurricanes, elections, and the Baltimore unrest, Paul’s most memorable assignments are the human interest stories of those he meets.

A native of Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia, Paul now lives in Baltimore with his wife, Kristin, and dog, CiCi, who is a very good girl.

He is also a proud alumni of Marshall University’s W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communication and makes a point to attend a few Thundering Herd games every year.

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