On Tuesday, May 23, we welcomed Vince Vitrano. Vince is the host of Wisconsin's Morning News on Newsradio WTMJ.
Vince Vitrano is an Emmy award winning journalist and Host of Wisconsin’s Morning News, on Newsradio WTMJ in Milwaukee. Vince worked in television news as a producer, reporter and anchor for 26 years before moving to radio.
Vince’s work as a reporter and anchor have earned him numerous honors from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, Associated Press and the Milwaukee Press Club, as well as a 2015 Chicago Midwest Regional Emmy. He twice won Digital and Online Personality of the year honors from WBA in 2018 and 2020. Vince lead the way in social media for the Milwaukee market, pioneering the use of Twitter and Facebook as journalistic tools.

In 2022, Vince was inducted into the Dennis H. Alldridge Hall of Fame, honoring those who’ve made a significant impact on the mission of Special Olympics Wisconsin. During his nine years on the Board of Directors, Vince served as Chairman, Chair-Elect, and Secretary of the Board. He also served on the Board of Directors for The First Tee of Southeast Wisconsin. Vince continues his non-profit work in support of numerous causes, including the United Performing Arts Fund, for which he was awarded the Jack M. Burchill award recognizing, “significant contributions in the promotion of UPAF and the performing arts. Vince also proudly supports the MACC Fund, Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin, First Stage, USO, The Milwaukee Public Museum, and Greendale High School where his children attend. 

Vince was born in Milwaukee and grew up in Wauwatosa, graduating from Tosa East High School. He has a degree in Communication from St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin. Vince's wife, Nicole, is originally from Cedarburg. The two are proud parents Ella, Max, and Olivia.