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Capitol Communicator reports that WTTG Washington promoted Jacqueline Matter to co-host of Good Day DC.

WTTG’s Jacqueline Matter to co-host Good Day DC

by | Apr 15, 2024

WTTG Washington promoted Jacqueline Matter to co-host of Good Day DC. Effective immediately, she will co-anchor the 4 a.m. newscast with Stephen Graddick, report from 6 to 9 a.m., then co-host Good Day DC from 9 to 11 a.m. alongside Stephen Graddick, Steve Chenevey, Marissa Mitchell, Mikea Turner and Annie Mae, reports TV NewsCheck.

Matter, third from left,  has been with WTTG since July 2021 as weekend evening anchor for the station’s 6 p.m., 7 p.m., 10 p.m., and 11 p.m. newscasts, as well as a reporter for the weekday evening shows.

Prior to joining the station, Matter spent five years an anchor at WWSB, Sarasota, Fla. Previously, she was a morning news anchor for WNCT in Greenville, N.C.

According to WTTG, she was Miss North Carolina International 2016, where she “actively advocated for PTSD awareness on behalf of active duty military, veterans and their families. She placed in the Top 10 at Miss International and spent her year of service speaking at events nationally with non-profit organizations NAMI and Hope for the Warriors.”

In addition, she comes from five generations of military men “and her father is currently serving in the Army. She spent most of her life moving around the country, which has made it easy for her to adapt and grow in new environments and she is never afraid to meet new people! She says while the term “Army Brat” can sometimes have a negative connotation, she is thankful for her experience as the daughter of a service member which has given her many opportunities in life and provided her a different perspective to global issues.”


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