Whitney Reynolds news background and passion for people have been combined to create a talk show that is making a difference. She wanted to create a show that not only informs people, but impacts lives across Chicago-land & nationwide.
The Whitney Reynolds Show is that show, one committed to having fun, inspiring millions and making a difference one topic at a time. After only a year airing as an online, The Whitney Reynolds Show was picked up by NBC Chicago to play weekly on NBC Nonstop.
In 2012 The Whitney Reynolds Show made major format changes, which included a move to PBS, WTTW & WTTW Prime. In 2014 the show landed a weekly spot on WYCC-Chicago and WQPT-The Quad Cities, both top 100 PBS markets.
Originally from Durant, Oklahoma, Whitney has worked as the Morning Anchor in Oklahoma and Texas, as well as lived in New York City in the early 2000's while interning at the morning show giant, Good Morning America.
Whitney graduated from Baylor University with a degree in Communications. She currently lives in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood with her husband David & dog, Puffy.
Emmy nominated Whitney Reynolds' news background and passion for people have been combined to create a show that is changing the world of talk TV. She produces a program that is dedicated to tough topics, inspiring viewers and provoking positive change.
The Whitney Reynolds Show educates, motivates and makes a difference, one topic at a time. What started as an online talk show, The Whitney Reynolds Show gained momentum quickly and moved to NBC within its first year. In 2012 the show made strategic changes, which included a move to PBS Stations in Chicago and The Quad Cities. Whitney contributes on iHeart Radio's "The Weekly Show" with her segment, "Whitney's Women" shining light on female entrepreneurs who give back. She also took this idea to print and has a feature in Chicago Woman Magazine. In 2016 Whitney was recognized as a Humanitarian Honoree at the FAHF Awards for her work through the show.
Originally from Oklahoma, she's learned how to combine southern charm with big city hustle. Her motto is: if the door closes, there's always a window. Whitney graduated from Baylor University in three years and then moved to New York to intern for Good Morning America. Post GMA, she was a morning anchor in both Oklahoma and Texas. She has since planted her roots in Chicago and lives in the Lakeview neighborhood with her husband David and twins.