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Congratulations to 13NewsNow anchor Regina Mobley, who has been chosen for induction into the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame recognizes communication professionals with exceptional careers in journalism, public relations, advertising and other media fields.

recognizes communication professionals with exceptional careers in journalism, public relations, advertising and other media fields. - See more at: http://masscomm.vcu.edu/about/va-hall-of-fame/#sthash.y10GuU5F.dpuf

recognizes communication professionals with exceptional careers in journalism, public relations, advertising and other media fields. - See more at: http://masscomm.vcu.edu/about/va-hall-of-fame/#sthash.y10GuU5F.dpuf

recognizes communication professionals with exceptional careers in journalism, public relations, advertising and other media fields. - See more at: http://masscomm.vcu.edu/about/va-hall-of-fame/#sthash.y10GuU5F.dpuf

Regina will be honored at the April 10, 2014 induction ceremony in Richmond.

Regina started her career working at four local radio stations in 1983 after graduating fromNorfolk State University. She moved to television in 1985 at WTKRTV and moved to WVECTV in 1992. Regina is a 1979 graduate of Granby High School in Norfolk.

The Hall ofFame was created in 1986 and last year inducted it's 145th member. It has 145 members, who are luminaries in their field and have a strong ties to Virginia. Some notable names include Alden Aaroe, Ann Compton, Willard Scott, Frank Batten, David Baldacci, Tom Chisman, and Roger Mudd.

13NewsNow News Director Doug Wieder made the announcement to staff Monday afternoon.
'It's extremely gratifying to know that on April 10th, Regina will be rightfully recognized alongside her peers during a ceremony in Richmond', Wieder said.

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