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Brooke Selby

Brooke Selby

October 03, 2018 04:47 PM

Contact Brooke at bselby@wnyt.com

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Brooke Selby joined NewsChannel 13 in February 2018 as a general assignment reporter. Her professional tenure is as diverse as the stories she loves to cover. She considers the opportunity to tell someone else’s story one of the greatest gifts anyone could give her.

Brooke spent close to 15 years working in Manhattan before relocating to the Capital region. She is a proud New Yorker. Her love of politics was the driving force behind her decision to be close to the state Capitol. Upon relocating, Brooke worked for both CBS6 and Spectrum News field reporting and anchoring.

Brooke worked in Manhattan in design, public relations, communications, and event planning for a number of high profile firms. She spent close to a decade at Sullivan & Cromwell before making the move upstate.

After attending high school in the Mohawk Valley, Brooke went to undergrad at the Fashion Institute of Technology. At F.I.T. she received degrees in both Accessory Design and Business. She then earned her M.A. from Baruch College in communications with a concentration on crisis communication.

Brooke’s passion for culture, art and dance has continued into her adult life as a volunteer for many community organizations. When Brooke is not chasing after her daughter or cleaning up after her Norwich terrier, she enjoys traveling with her husband, antiquing, yoga, entertaining, and reading as many periodicals as possible. She is also a licensed realtor. Brooke is proud to call the Capital region her new home.

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