Erin Coleman is an Emmy Award winning journalist who can currently be seen weekday mornings anchoring NBC10 News Today from 4am to 7am. She also co-hosts The Lineup, a digital newscast streamed on the NBC10 apps on Roku and Apple TV.
Erin joined NBC10 in October 2016 and loves covering the region where she grew up. Born in Philadelphia and raised in Voorhees, New Jersey, Erin is passionate about telling stories and connecting with viewers.
"For me, being an anchor is about digging for the truth as well as being an integral part of the communities we serve," she said.
Erin has worked in television for 17 years. Prior to joining NBC10, Erin was the 4 o’clock anchor at WSB-TV in Atlanta. She has also worked at WRAL in Raleigh, North Carolina, WFMY in Greensboro, North Carolina, and KAIT in Jonesboro, Arkansas. She has received multiple awards during her career including two Emmy Awards and the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award.
Erin graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She then went on to receive a Master of Science degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
Erin has always been active in the community. She can often be found hosting charity galas, walks, breakfast and lunch events, as well as supporting multiple non-profit organizations across the country. Erin is a member of the Junior League of Philadelphia and the National Association of Black Journalists.
When Erin is not anchoring the news, she enjoys being with her family. A mother of two, she spends most of her time off-air with her young son, daughter, and husband. She also enjoys playing tennis, travelling, and getting lost in a good book.
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Travel could look a lot different even if the COVID-19 pandemic finally recedes. NBC10’s Erin Coleman describes the differences in travel and destinations this year, as employment is still down and is affecting service.
NBC10 reporter checks in with some experts on how to plan for the rest of 2022 with inflation at such a high level.
Vaccine expansions are happening throughout the region today, and a new SEPTA survey will open your eyes about the ailing transit system. This is The Lineup for Monday, April 5, 2021.
The city in 2020 experienced the second-most homicides of any year dating back to 1960. The 499 slayings were less than only 1990, when there were 500. Commissioner Outlaw, in an interview with NBC10, said the pandemic caused killings to rise in big cities across the country.
While some people see wearing their masks as a necessary way to help stop the spread of COVID-19, others see mandatory mask requirements as an infringement on their freedom. Dr. Eric Zillmer, a Neuropsychology Professor at Drexel University, gave more reasons for some of the resistance to mask wearing in an interview with NBC10’s Erin Coleman. He also shared advice...
From Prison, Convicted Sex Offender Bill Cosby Says He's a Political Prisoner for ‘Trying to Humanize All Races'
In his first message from prison, the 81-year-old told NBC10’s Erin Coleman that he is a victim of “entrapment” carried out by a “low-life District Attorney” and “corrupt Judge.”
Cosby’s spokesman provided a glimpse the former star’s new life behind bars. The 81-year-old’s routine is a far cry from his previous days when many considered the comedian “America’s dad.”