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Pennsylvania Outdoor Life producer Brian Hollingshead joined the WNEP-TV family in 2000 right after graduation from college. He graduated from Kutztown University with a bachelor's degree in telecommunications.

While at Kutztown, Brian interned with WNEP and was assigned to work with Pennsylvania Outdoor Life. He immediately fell in love with the show and, through his appreciation of the outdoors, decided that working on the show is what he wanted to do.

Brian spent two years in the news department as a photographer until the fall of 2002 when the position he dreamed for opened. Since then Brian has been the guy behind the camera on everything from deer hunts, bass fishing trips, along with a variety of other outdoor activities.

When Brian is not enjoying the outdoors while on the clock, you can pretty much bet that he'll be enjoying them with his friends and family. He is and avid hunter and fisherman to which he thanks his grandfather and father for instilling in him. He is a member of the Trevorton East End Rod and Gun Club located in Weikert, Pennsylvania.

Brian was raised in Shamokin, Northumberland County and graduated from Shamokin Area High School. He now resides in the Wyoming Valley with his wife Caitlyn and sons Braedon and Bryce.


Recent Articles
  • Bowfishing Package Product Giveaway

    One lucky member of the POL Outdoor Club will win a great bowfishing package courtesy of Drop Tine Archery and River Rat Outfitters.

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    2014 People and Places Slideshow #4

    Share your photos with us in the Pennsylvania People and Places Slideshow.  Every now and then we will choose a few of them to air in the Pennsylvania People and Places segment on the show. Be sure to include your name and home town and keep your submission under 320 characters, as well as enough information about the photo for us to write a good story. *Please Keep submissions to under 320 characters!!  Longer entries will be cut off on the […]

  • Bass Fishing with Boyd’s NEPA Guiding Service

    Join us on the Susquehanna River in Wyoming County aboard the “River Rocket”.  It’s a brand new boat being used by Boyd’s NEPA Guiding Service and it gets you to the fish.  It’s an exciting fishing trip with a experienced river guide.

  • More Bass Fishing with Boyd’s NEPA Guiding Service

    We had way to much to fit into one story so here’s more bass fishing with Josh Boyd on the Susquehanna River in Wyoming County.

  • Even More Bass Fishing with Boyd’s NEPA Guiding Service

    We just couldn’t keep the bass from biting! Here’s more from the Susquehanna River with Boyd’s NEPA Guiding Service.

  • Tight Lines Jewelry Product Giveaway

    One lucky member of the POL Outdoor Club will win a great piece of jewelry courtesy of Tight Lines Jewelry.

  • Susquehanna River Bowfishing

    We’ll take you to Drop Tine Archery outside of Allenwood to take a look at their line of bowfishing equipment.  Then we’ll hit the Susquehanna River in Lycoming County with River Rat Outfitters in an attempt to boat some bottom feeders with the bow.

  • Susquehanna River Bowfishing #2

    We’re back on the Susquehanna River in Lycoming County for more exciting bowfishing action with Drop Tine Archery and River Rat Outfitters.

  • POL Outdoor Club July Giveaway Announcement

    If you’re not a member of the POL Outdoor Club yet, you’ll want to become one.  We’re teaming up with two local businesses to give away an awesome prize package at the end of July.

  • Wacky Worm Inc. Product Giveaway

    One lucky member of the POL Outdoor Club will be the winner of some great bass fishing lures courtesy of Wacky Worm Inc. in Gilberton.

  • Didymo in the Delaware River

    There’s a major concern in one river in our area and it’s called Didymo.  Find out what it is and how you can help prevent the spread of it throughout our waterways.

  • Goose Banding

    Spend a day with biologists with the Pennsylvania Game Commission in Wyoming County as they continue with ongoing goose research here in Pennsylvania.  Watch as these flightless birds are captured and processed all in the name of research.

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