5 p.m. & 6 p.m.
Julie Co-Anchors WCTV Eyewitness News at 5 & 6
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Julie Montanaro has one of the most recognizable smiles in Tallahassee.
Julie is an award-winning journalist who anchors WCTV’s Eyewitness News at 5 and Eyewitness News at 6 each weeknight.
She’s been anchoring and reporting at WCTV for more than 25 years and has covered everything from contentious elections to high-profile trials to devastating hurricanes.
Julie is on the board of Florida’s Associated Press and has won numerous AP Awards, including the distinguished "Individual Achievement Award" three times.
Julie recently served as chair of the United Way of the Big Bend’s 2016 community campaign. She is the driving force behind PBJ PLZ – a WCTV drive with Leon County Schools and Second Harvest that collects tons of peanut butter and jelly for hungry kids. Julie is a longtime volunteer with the Christmas Connection and helps many other charities with fundraising and events throughout the year.
Julie hosted WCTV’s MDA Labor Day telethon for many years, appeared on the Children’s Miracle Network and performed in celebrity shows at Young Actors Theatre.
Julie graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor of science in Broadcast Journalism. Julie enjoys music, writing, traveling and spending time in the great outdoors. Most of all - she enjoys spending time with her two favorite people, her husband Zack and daughter Natalie.