Vince Vitrano joined TODAY'S TMJ4 in the spring of 2000 as a general assignment reporter. He is now the anchor of "Live at Daybreak,” "Live at Noon," and "Live at 12:30." When he’s not on the air, Vince is an active supporter of many charities, particularly Special Olympics Wisconsin, for which he sits on the Board of Directors.
Vince was born in Milwaukee and grew up in Wauwatosa, graduating from Tosa East High School.
He received his degree in Communications from St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin. For a summer job, he worked at the Green Bay Packers training camp, held annually at the College. He was even the subject of a "Packers Extra" story on TODAY’S TMJ4.
Working the "Daybreak" schedule gets Vince up at 3:00 AM most mornings, and in to work around 4:00. It's not the first time he's woken up early for Journal Communications, the parent company of TODAY'S TMJ4. In the late 80's and early 90's, Vince was a newspaper carrier for the Milwaukee Sentinel.
Vince's wife, Nicole, is originally from Cedarburg and now teaches at an area high school. The two are proud parents of daughter Ella, born in 2005 and twins, Max and Olivia, born in 2007. Vince's mother and father are also teachers in the area. His siblings chose a similar path as Vince; his brother is a radio host and manager in Green Bay, and his sister works in local theater.
In his free time, Vince enjoys playing golf, meticulously caring for his lawn, and watching our local teams.