Tony Sloan

Tony Sloan


Tony Sloan is a Reporter/Producer at WTVM News Leader 9. He joined the news team in November 2017.

He is a May 2017 graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, where he began his television career as head anchor and reporter for their live on-air broadcast station, MT10 News. There, he won an AP Award for reporting and was nominated for several others.

Tony is from Memphis, Tennessee where he worked as an intern at WMC Action News 5 in 2016. Before coming to Columbus, Tony worked as Assignment Editor and Sports Photographer at WATN Local 24 in Memphis.

Tony is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists as well as the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. When he’s not at work, Tony enjoys reading, traveling, and meeting new people.

Tony is excited to serve the Fountain City and is looking forward to meeting the community.

Recent Articles by Tony

  Law enforcement and partnering organizations come together to address child suicide in Columbus

  Columbus community comes together to help elderly man who went days without power, AC

  Columbus woman who lost mother to suicide hoping to impact other survivors

  Ft. Mitchell community gives homeless veteran proper burial

  East Ga. evacuees returning home after being housed 3 days at Columbus Civic Center

  Florida evacuees stranded in Columbus after cars burglarized and damaged at hotel

  Hundreds of evacuees greeted with warm welcome and shelter in Columbus to avoid Hurricane Dorian

  Phenix City Schools overcrowding; superintendent pushing for new school building

  Russell Co. investigates criminal case after county administrator’s son used county credit card

  Columbus City Council approves $750,000 in grants to local agencies for crime prevention

  CSU leadership forum brings big names to Columbus to invest in future leaders

  Columbus mother says man tried to abduct her 10-year-old son while walking home from school

  Chamber of Commerce says new developments are coming to Columbus area

  Columbus residents react to new law that protects renters from landlord retaliation

  Pothole on Veterans Pkwy. and 9th St. in Columbus raises concerns for drivers

  MCSD votes unanimously to sell 9 pieces of surplus property

  EXCLUSIVE: Girlfriend, best friend of Central High schooler who died in car crash remember his life

  Webster Co. students have longer summer break as school starts after Labor Day

  Ralston Towers might be all dried up with Columbus Water Works threatening third cut off

  Congressman Drew Ferguson talks immigration, gun reform and update on Ralston Towers

  Hot conditions at Columbus High School raise concerns for parents

  Columbus law enforcement, city leaders make stops around town for National Night Out

  EXCLUSIVE: Columbus family heartbroken after relative killed in Dayton, Oh. mass shooting

  AAA launches campaign to address unsafe driving, prevent student fatalities at bus stops

  Parents in Columbus buying bullet resistant backpacks ahead of return of school

  Columbus family seeking justice after 70-year-old found murdered and locked in her shed

  Columbus City Council to vote on first step to bring electric scooters to Uptown

  Family of victims in Columbus quadruple murder spreads message to leave domestic violence relationships

  Demolition to begin across Columbus for several properties to be torn down

  Columbus City Council approves 2020 SPLOST to fund government center building project