Christy PerryWeb Content Manager Communications & Media Relations
Christy Perry began reporting for WSAZ-TV in Huntington-Charleston, West Virginia (her home state) when Jimmy Carter was President of the United States and women held minority status in TV newsrooms. She has 17 years of experience as a TV news reporter, anchor and producer. She has worked for television stations in West Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio and New York.
Her specialty is health journalism, and she was a health reporter for both WCMH-TV and WBNS-TV in Columbus, Ohio, and at WUAB/WOIO-TV in Cleveland, Ohio. She also reported and anchored for the nationally-syndicated TV health program, "Life Choices with Erie Chapman."
In Syracuse, she hosted WCNY-TV’s "Religion Matters." She has written for publications and websites including SU London Centre's Speaker's Corner, Newhouse Network, RTNDA Communicator, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cleveland.com, New Cleveland Woman and Columbus Kids.
At Newhouse, Perry is reposible for all content on the Newhouse website. She previously worked as a career adviser in the school’s Career Development Center. She has taught TV news reporting, broadcast news writing, health reporting and journalism ethics at Newhouse.
Her areas of expertise include TV news reporting, health reporting, social media management and web content management.
Perry is married to Newhouse broadcast and digital journalism professor Chris Tuohey, and they live in Syracuse with their two children.