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Joshua Fitch

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Joshua Fitch is a sports reporter for 21 News. 

Joshua was born and raised in Austintown and graduated from Austintown Fitch High School in 2016.

Fitch is currently pursuing his Bachelor's Degree at Youngstown State University, majoring in sports broadcasting and minoring in journalism. He is also the head of video operations at The Jambar, YSU's student-run newspaper.

Before being in front of the camera, Joshua was a 21 Sports intern, as well as an overnight videographer for 21 News.

His dream was to become a sportscaster and is thrilled to do it right here in the Valley. 

He is a Cleveland sports fanatic, plays drums and spends as much time as possible with his family. 

You can email Joshua at jfitch@wfmj.com and follow him on Twitter @JOSHUAFITCH21

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