Joey Donia

Sports Director

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Joey has been the KWQC Sports Director since 2014. He came to KWQC after several years as a sports anchor/reporter at WOI TV in Des Moines. Joey’s first on air break took him to WALB TV in Albany, Georgia where he worked for two years as a sports anchor/reporter. Joey grew up in suburban Chicago and is a graduate of Drake University.

During his time at KWQC Joey has covered The John Deere Classic, The Bix, NCAA Tournaments, Iowa’s trip to the Rose Bowl, and the Cubs in the World Series. Along with the Highlight Zone team of Andrew Ward, Gabriella Rusk, Brian Stocking and Kevin Kohr, Joey is committed to providing viewers with the best high school sports coverage in the Quad Cities.

Joey has won numerous awards for his sports reporting and loves telling the stories that go beyond the box score. Stories of inspiration and overcoming the odds are Joey’s favorite to tell. If you have a story idea Joey would love to hear from you.


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