Galen Ettlin Biography
Galen Ettlin is an American Emmy-nominated Bilingual TV Anchor/Reporter/Producer, SPJ winner, GLAAD award nominee. He anchors the Channel 3 News at 5:30 & 11 p.m. for WCAX in Burlington, VT. Previously, he was the 6 p.m. Anchor/Producer and Reporter for his own show in Tri-Cities, WA, at KAPP/KVEW, making history as the market’s first openly LGBTQ broadcaster.
Galen Ettlin Age
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Galen Ettlin Education
He attended Middlebury College’s summer intensive language program, then went on to earn double degrees in broadcast journalism and Chinese language at the University of Oregon.
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Galen Ettlin Career
Galen Ettlin is an award-winning journalist, joining WCAX as an Anchor/Reporter at 5:30 and 11 p.m. His work is nationally recognized, with his series “The Abolitionists Face the Love Army” earning a 2018 GLAAD Media Award nomination for Excellence in TV Journalism. He was the only local journalist nominated alongside the national networks.
Galen most recently was an Anchor/Producer/Reporter in Tri-Cities, Washington. His work covering hate speech against LGBTQ youth at schools earned him a first-place award from the Society of Professional Journalists. He has traveled the world, assisting production and becoming a reality show cast member at LeTV in Beijing.
Conduct daily live interviews – from a sit-down with Senator Bernie Sanders to performing artists – every day is an adventure!. Constant viewer engagement via social media, hosting market’s first nightly Facebook lifestream alongside the 11 p.m. newscast. Produce & edit promotable special reports, such as Emmy-nominated series about student mental health & the story behind viral restaurant ‘Pho Keene Great.’.Serving Vermont, upstate New York, New Hampshire and parts of Quebec.
Galen Ettlin WCAX
He anchors the Channel 3 News at 5:30 & 11 p.m. for WCAX in Burlington, VT.
Galen Ettlin News
Published: May 28, 2019
BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, and, per capita, Vermont has the highest Alzheimer’s death rate in the country. Here’s a look at the numbers: Every 65 seconds, someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer’s.
There are more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease, and that includes more than 13,000 Vermonters, 65 or older. More than 16 million family members and friends serve as caregivers, including more than 30,000 Vermonters. Alzheimer’s is the sixth-leading cause of death in the U.S. and in Vermont.
But Vermonters are putting up a fight. Each year, hundreds of Walks to End Alzheimer’s are organized across the U.S. to fund care, support and research. This Sunday, June 2, is one of the events in Burlington– The Shortest Run for the Longest Day.
Mary Thon, Lisa Pratt and Erica Frost from the Alzheimer’s Association Vermont Chapter spoke with our Galen Ettlin about the walk, the disease and more. Watch the video for the full interview.