Justine Re

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Justine Re is a traffic reporter at News 12 Westchester.  She joined the news team in June 2017.

Re has received honors including a special mention at the New York Associated Press Club Awards, a Hearst Award, a Gracie Award and Long Island Press Club awards.

Her love for storytelling began in the theater.  As a kid she performed in various off-Broadway and regional theater productions. Her work was reviewed by the New York Times, Newsday and Broadway.com among others.

Re previously worked as a general assignment reporter at WBNG-TV in Binghamton, NY.  While at WBNG, she interviewed the likes of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, former Sen. Bob Dole, and Rep. Claudia Tenney, to name a few.

Her favorite assignment was on board the Twin Tiers Honor Fight from Binghamton, NY to Washington, D.C. where she interviewed veterans on their experiences overseas.

She has also worked behind the scenes, as a freelance video editor for Time Warner Cable News NY1. Besides television, Re worked as a reporter for WRHU-FM, where she covered Trump and Clinton 2016 campaign events, including the New Hampshire primary. 

She is a proud alumni of Hofstra University, where she graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism and a minor in rhetorical studies.

Justine grew up in Wantagh. When she’s not checking her maps, you may find her doing Yoga, running, traveling or spending time with friends, family and her yellow Lab Maisy.



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