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General Contact Information: 
KWWL Television 
511 E 5th Street 
Waterloo, Iowa 50703-5798 
Switchboard: 319-291-1200

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KWWL Waterloo Newsroom 
511 E 5th Street 
Waterloo, IA 50703 
1-800-947-7746 or 319-291-1240 
Fax 319-291-1233 
Email the Newsroom

KWWL Dubuque Newsroom 
801 Bluff Street 
Dubuque, IA 52001 
Email reporter Shirley Descorbeth

KWWL Iowa City Newsroom 
1210 Highway 6 West 
Suite 300 
Iowa City, IA 52241 

KWWL Cedar Rapids Newsroom 
200 1st Street SE 
Suite 106 
Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 
Fax: 319-363-3085 
Email reporter Kristin Rogers

Vice President/General Manager 
Jim McKernan

Station Manager/General Sales Manager 
John Huff

News Director 
Allison Gibson

Chief Engineer 
Dan Whealy

Human Resources 

Sandy Youngblut

Marketing Director

Mike Cunningham

National Sales Manager 
Don Morehead

Local Sales Manager 
Douglas Rhoades

Assignment Editor 
Sara Belmont

Social Media & Digital Content Manager 

Madelyne Rosenberg

KWWL is a subsidiary of family-owned Quincy Media, Inc.

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