Beth Neuhoff has called Chattanooga home for 11 years. She and husband, David, along with their two boys, Trevor and Cameron, moved here after 15 years in Boulder, Colorado.
A Texas native, Beth started in her senior year in high school as a commercial/print model for a Dallas agency. She went on to study art at the University of Oklahoma and was lucky enough to spend several years in Hawaii. After moving back to Dallas, she managed an art gallery, enjoyed traveling as a Delta flight attendant and met her husband. They made their home in Colorado where they raised two sons and she was able to sign on with a talent/modeling agency in Denver while staying involved in her art through the years.
Since 2003, Beth has been very involved in the arts, film and TV serving as a founding board member of the Chattanooga Film Society, Community Advisory Board member and on the Board of Directors for WTCI/PBS and the Holmberg Alumni Committee for Allied Arts. An on air pledge talent for PBS, Beth also curates a large art installation within the WTCI/PBS building.
“After working on a movie, web series and commercials, I set my sights on becoming a script supervisor for an encore career. I was enjoying making that a reality when I was given the chance to get behind the radio mic and back in front of the camera as a traffic reporter/commercial talent with Brewer Media Group in 2011. I was blessed with the chance to further that for WTVC/News Channel 9 in October as the morning traffic personality and feature reporter.
When not working, she enjoys running, water sports, hiking and any other exciting adventures she can find.
Greg Funderburg is a morning show co-anchor of "Good Morning Chattanooga" and Midday Anchor at WTVC News Channel 9. He joined the station in July 2013.
Before joining the WTVC-TV news team Greg was a reporter/fill-in anchor with Fox Carolina in Greenville, SC and a general assignment reporter at WTVM in Columbus, Ga.
Greg began his career in journalism at the age of 17 at Abrams Broadcasting Company, a cable access station in his hometown Sylacauga, AL.
The experience at Abrams Broadcasting motivated Greg to further his education and interest in broadcast journalism. He received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Montevallo in 2006. He majored in Mass Communications and minored in General Business.
Greg is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Aside from his civic work, Greg enjoys speaking to youth about the importance of education, hard work, determination, and dedication.
In his free time, he enjoys scary movies, working out, spending time with family and traveling.
Greg will be in the dunk tank supporting Children's Advocacy Center of Hamilton County.