Troy Pope

Troy Pope

Troy Pope has worked at KSEE24 and CBS47 since 2016 and serves as the Executive Producer for the digital news department.

Although Troy was born in the Bay Area, he moved to Fresno at the age of 4 and considers himself a native of the Central Valley.

Prior to his work in TV, Troy was a reporter for The Fresno Bee where he covered education and breaking news.

Troy has reported on big Valley stories like wildfires, the Fresno County Jail shooting, and the downtown Fresno shooting spree that left three dead.

For his work on the three-part series “The Wall,” Troy has regional and national Edward R. Murrow awards.

Troy went to Fresno State where he majored in print journalism.

In his free time, Troy can often be found in Fresno’s Tower District.

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