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Eun Yang

Eun Yang (born 1976) is a Korean American morning news anchor for NBC4/WRC-TV, the local NBC television affiliate in Washington, DC.

Prior to her position at News 4, she was one of the first reporters hired by the National Geographic Channel in Washington, DC. Earlier she worked for 6 years at W*USA 9, where she began as a reporter trainee and made her way up to substitute anchor.

Biography

Eun Yang was born in Seoul, South Korea and grew up in the Washington, DC, area. She graduated from Paint Branch High School in Burtonsville, Maryland. She earned a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Maryland at College Park. She now sits on the Board of Visitors for the Philip Merrill College of Journalism.

Professional career

Eun Yang began her broadcast journalism career while at the University of Maryland. She worked as a reporter for Maryland Update, a program on the University's cable channel, then moved to TV-58 where she freelanced as a special projects reporter for Asian-Pacific American affairs. She joined WUSA as a production assistant while she was in her last year of college and worked

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