|Profession||Reporter, writer, producer|
Will Ganss is an Emmy Award-winning reporter, blogger, editor, and live stream host for ABC News, where he has worked on “Good Morning America,” “World News Now,” and a variety of digital and social media. His writing and reporting abilities reflect his creativity, empathy, and sense of humor.
Will Ganss earned a magna cum laude degree in Media Studies and Spanish Language and Literature from Fordham University in New York City. Ganss contributes to “World News Now” on a daily basis, where he hosts a show called “Two Truths and a Why,” which highlights the week’s most heartwarming stories. He’s also gone fishing up the East River in New York, ghost-hunted at a try and scare museum in search of Halloween’s creepiest characters, and cooked burgers for the show’s iconic series “Insomniac Kitchen”
Ganss is the host of “Good Morning America’s” live streams on Twitter and Facebook, which have a combined following of 9.74 million people. He’s interviewed celebrities ranging from Mel Gibson to Garth Brooks, danced with the Broadway cast of “CATS,” earned Bethenny Frankel’s approval for the Real Housewives tagline, and jumped in a pool with an Olympic swimmer, to name a few.
What is the age of Will Ganss?
Will Ganss has not revealed his age yet. There is no information regarding his birthdate on the Internet.
Does Will Ganss have a Girlfriend?
Will has not disclosed his dating life. He prefers to keep his personal life out of the spotlight, making it impossible to determine whether he is dating or not.
Learn about his Career As ABC News Reporting
In September 2012, Will started his career in ABC News as a production intern and assisted with the audience, script, props, and field shoots. Then, he started working as an anchor producer and writer. He managed all segments, video, and photo elements for anchor Lara Spencer on the daily broadcast.
In October 2012, he became Freelance Reporter and Digital Host. His work was researching, reporting, writing, and hosting engaging interviews with celebrity guests on social media platforms. Now, he is a full-time reporter and works in Greater New York City Area.
okay how about Yuh-jung accepts the rest of the awards for the rest of the night?#Oscars
— Will Ganss (@willganss) April 26, 2021