Jeff Skversky
Jeff, a Delaware Valley native and former 6abc intern, joined the Action News Sports team in February, 2009.

Jeff's broadcasting career started 'down the shore' at Channel 40 in Atlantic City, New Jersey as the weekend sports anchor. After a year and a half at WMGM-TV, Jeff headed to Syracuse, New York where he was the weekend sportscaster at WSTM-TV. From there it was off to the Midwest, Jeff joined KMOV-TV in St. Louis in 2006 where he covered the Cardinals' pennant chase and World Series title. Jeff is originally from Bensalem, PA and graduated from Temple University in 2001 with a degree in broadcasting.

In his spare time, Jeff enjoys going to sporting events, concerts and comedy shows, as well as spending time at the shore and hanging out with friends.

Two Temple University students, both born blind, and not letting that stand in their way from pursuing their sportscasting dream.
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