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West Virginia NBC affiliate is best fit for Bowles

Bowles-ColinColin Bowles knew what he was looking for in his first job after college. He has found it in West Virginia. An STAA member, Bowles is joining NBC TV WVVA in Bluefield as a Sports Anchor/MMJ. “I’ll be covering Virginia Tech, West Virginia, and Marshall on the college level, along with a Dll school and a lot of high school sports as well,” Bowles says excitedly.

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