Joey Donia

Sports Anchor/Reporter

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Joey has been a Sports Anchor/Reporter with KWQC since 2014. He grew up in suburban Chicago and loves calling the Quad Cities home. Joey is a proud graduate of Drake University and previously worked at WOI-TV in Des Moines as a Sports Anchor/Reporter. Joey’s first on air break took him to Albany, Georgia at WALB-TV.

Joey has won numerous awards throughout his career, and he is passionate about telling stories that can move viewers to incredible emotion. Stories that can make us cry and stories that can make us laugh are Joey’s favorites to tell.

Joey wanted to be a sportscaster from a very young age, and he is so thankful to his colleagues and mentors who help make living his dream possible. Most of all, Joey is thankful for his wonderful family and friends. If you have a story you would like to share, Joey would love to hear from you.


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