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Will Nunley

Will greets Dr. Oz during a September 2013 visit to Savannah Will greets Dr. Oz during a September 2013 visit to Savannah
Will reported from Washington D.C. in May of 2013, as the President announced new jobs for veterans. Will reported from Washington D.C. in May of 2013, as the President announced new jobs for veterans.
Will in the White House Press Room Will in the White House Press Room
in 2005, Will trained with Ft. Stewart's 3rd ID (two pushups!) as they prepared to deploy. in 2005, Will trained with Ft. Stewart's 3rd ID (two pushups!) as they prepared to deploy.
A Nashville native, Will has covered several red carpet arrivals for WSAV and sister station WAGT in Augusta. A Nashville native, Will has covered several red carpet arrivals for WSAV and sister station WAGT in Augusta.

Will Nunley returns to WSAV after 8 years exploring the Southeast. Will serves as a Digital Content Journalist for WSAV.com and WSAV News 3. His broadcasting career has taken him from his home state of Tennessee, to stations in Savannah (WSAV), to Augusta, GA (WAGT), South Carolina (WRDW), and even back through Tennessee (WBBJ/WKRN).

Covering a variety of newsroom duties, Will has worked as an Anchor/Reporter in several markets, as well as news management.  Will's stories have appeared on several major networks, most notably on Good Morning America while covering the disappearance of a teenager from Tennessee.

Along with his interest in television, Will has worked with numerous radio stations as a voice artist. He is a member of the National Academy Of Television Arts And Sciences (Southeast) and the Georgia Association Of Broadcasters. When he's not at the station, you can find Will fishing, acting in a nearby production, or exploring Savannah and the Coastal Empire.

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