Vince Vitrano is an Emmy award winning reporter and anchor with TODAY'S TMJ4. He started as a general assignment reporter in the spring of 2000, and is now the anchor of Live at Daybreak and Live at Noon. He also anchors a morning newscast on 94.5 KTI Country, and is frequently featured on Newsradio 620 WMTJ.
Vince has covered many big stories at TMJ, including a 1-on-1 interview with Vice President Al Gore, breaking news coverage of the Falk explosion, and coverage trips to Washington D.C., the Final Four, The Rose Bowl, and the Packers win in Super Bowl 45. He has also lead the way in social media for the Milwaukee market, pioneering in the use of Twitter and Facebook as journalistic tools.
Vince’s work as a reporter and anchor have earned him numerous honors from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, Associated Press and the Milwaukee Press Club, as well as a 2015 Chicago Midwest Regional Emmy.
Vince serves on the Board of Directors for Special Olympics Wisconsin. He also works with many other charities including the MACC Fund, Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin, Make-a-Wish Foundation, First Stage Theater, United Way of Greater Milwaukee, and his high school.
Vince was born in Milwaukee and grew up in Wauwatosa, graduating from Tosa East High School. He has a degree in Communication from St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin. Vince's wife, Nicole, is originally from Cedarburg. The two are proud parents of daughter Ella, born in 2005 and twins, Max and Olivia, born in 2007.