Kyle Rogers

News Director | 'Local News Live'
Washington, DC
Kyle Rogers

Kyle Rogers is the News Director for Gray Television’s Local News Live. He assumed the position in December 2022 as part of the revamp and relaunch of the national news network.

Prior to joining LNL, Kyle served as primary anchor and assistant news director for Gray station WHSV-TV in Harrisonburg, Va since 2016. While there, Kyle produced special reports on crime investigations and field anchored breaking news coverage of massive flooding damaging a small town, a large apartment complex fire and a deadly shooting on a college campus. In addition, he volunteered his time to numerous non-profit organizations.

Kyle began his career at WHP-TV in Harrisburg, Pa. as a general assignment reporter covering the big stories of the day bringing exclusive reports to his audience. He became the station’s morning reporter during his last semester at Shippensburg University. After four years at WHP-TV, Kyle spent several months freelancing at WFMZ-TV in Allentown, Pa.

The journalism bug bit Kyle at a young age. At 13-years-old, he began reporting for the nationally-syndicated television program “Teen Kids News” created by television news icon Al Primo.

Upon graduating high school, Kyle worked as a news anchor/DJ for a cluster of radio stations in his hometown of Chambersburg, Pa. and served as a youth correspondent for WITF Public Media in Harrisburg, Pa.

Kyle was a recipient of the Al Neuharth Free Spirit Award and received a scholarship from the USA Today founder. His reporting has been recognized by the Associated Press.

Kyle serves as Vice President of Capitol Hill for The National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.