It has been a long journey through broadcast media for Caryville’s Stacy McCloud-Green. After graduating CCHS she enrolled at East Tennessee State University as a broadcast communications major. She was an on air personality on the campus media before becoming an intern at Johnson City’s Fox affiliate WCYB Channel 5.
In 2002 she moved to Hazard, Kentucky to begin working for CBS station WYMT. She joined fellow Campbell County native Jim Freeman, who was a meteorologist on the station. The parent company of WYMT also happened to own Knoxville’s WVLT so when there were job openings othere became available the duo came home. Stacy anchored the news at various time slots on WVLT until 2009 when a larger market came knocking on her door.
She went to Nashville’s Fox-17 to become an entertainment reporter. She had a five year run with the station covering the goings on in the Music City, which is well known for its huge amount of entertainment news.
Now she is taking a new step still in Nashville, still in entertainment but now on the national level. Stacy will be the new cohost of the GAC network’s Headline Country along with Storme Warren. In addition to her cohosting duties Stacy will also be a producer and reporter. This will put McCloud on a national stage on a full time basis. GAC is available in nearly 63 million households.