Virginia Huie

Virginia Huie Virginia Huie

Virginia Huie is an Emmy Award-winning reporter and fill-in anchor at News 12 Long Island.

Winner of 11 Emmy Awards, 5 Edward R. Murrow Awards and recipient of 85 Emmy nominations, Huie also has been honored with two New York Festival International Gold Medal Awards, for "Last Letters Home" and "Faces of Ground Zero;" a Deadline Club Award for Feature Reporting for "Fighting Spirit;" and two New York Associated Press Broadcasters Award for General Excellence of Individual Reporting. Huie also won both a Gracie Allen Award and a national Gabriel Award for her Holocaust love story, "Girl With The Apple."

Born in Manhattan, Huie grew up on Long Island. Prior to joining News 12 Long Island, Huie worked as a reporter at KSTW-TV in Seattle, WA, after beginning her broadcasting career as a Leo Beranek News Reporting Fellow at WCVB-TV in Boston. Huie graduated magna cum laude from Barnard College/Columbia University with a degree in Economics, earned a Master of Arts degree in Communication from Stanford University, and is a member of the National Honor Society, Phi Beta Kappa. A published writer, Huie's articles have appeared in the "Sacramento Bee," the "Boston Globe" and college text books. She is a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. 

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