MEMPHIS, Tenn. —
Eryn Rogers is a two-time Emmy award-winning journalist who co-anchors Good Day Memphis every weekday from 5-7 am and Local 24 News Midday at 11 am.
Before coming to Local 24 News, the Atlanta native was the morning and noon anchor at WMAZ-TV in Macon, Georgia for nearly three years. While at the station, she shed light on the history and struggles of Black Georgia farmers and continued Crucial Conversations during the racial reckoning in our country.
Eryn has also worked at WSPA-TV in Greenville, South Carolina. There she broke a national story about serial killer Todd Kohlhepp and extensively covered the confederate flag debate at the South Carolina State House following the Charleston massacre.
Her career also included stops in Indiana and Kansas. She graduated from the Accelerated Master's Program at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University where completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in simultaneous fashion during the four-year program.
In the fall of 2012, Eryn won a Midwest Emmy for a documentary she filmed, produced, and edited about gang life among Chicago’s youth.
In her spare time, Eryn is active with her organizations, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the National Association of Black Journalists. And, she can always be found getting a quick workout in at the gym. It compliments her love of trying new restaurants.
Eryn is no stranger to the Mid-South. Her husband, DeAndre, grew up in Memphis and graduated from Memphis University School. They’re excited to make this home together with their dog, Jackson.