Emery Glover

Emery Glover

Digital Content Producer/Sports Reporter

Emery was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina, but he grew up 15 minutes north of his birthplace in Saint Matthews. He graduated from Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina, with a degree in Mass Communication.

Emery began his career in journalism as a sports reporter at The Times & Democrat in Orangeburg. There, he spent seven years covering high school sports, South Carolina State, and Claflin University. During his time with the newspaper, Emery added to his reporting duties as the company’s online editor. Emery’s work in that role helped the T&D capture four consecutive first-place awards for best website from the South Carolina Press Association.

In 2014, Emery joined WIS as a member of the station’s digital content team. He’s been instrumental in helping the station cover high school sports as well as the South Carolina Gamecocks and Clemson Tigers.

In his spare time, Emery enjoys spending time with his wife, Ashley, and his family. He also enjoys watching sports and trying new restaurants.

You can follow Emery on Twitter @EmeryGlover17. You can also email Emery at emery.glover@wistv.com.

Recent Articles by Emery

Ole Miss, Auburn added to 2020 Gamecocks football schedule

Pair of Gamecocks have opted out of upcoming football season

SC Coaches for Charity to be held virtually on Thursday

Former Gamecock LB Moore joins list of players opting out of 2020 NFL season

SEC football teams can begin preseason football practice on Aug. 17

Tanner discusses modified SEC football schedule, next steps for Gamecocks

Hearing held regarding funds set to be allocated from emergency fund for private school tuition

Lawson withdraws from 2020 NBA Draft, will return to Gamecocks

Former Gamecocks punter signs with Panthers

SC parents face homicide charges in death of baby who had fentanyl in system

SC State’s Pough believes MEAC suspending fall sports was best decision for all involved

  Sen. Graham urges SC residents to wear a mask during COVID-19 pandemic

Clemson announces six more positive COVID-19 cases among student-athletes, staff

Special Olympics cancels SC Fall Games due to COVID-19 pandemic

Two arrested after Tillman monument at SC State House vandalized using incendiary device

SCDEW launches Extended Benefits program to help unemployed residents

Faith leaders create ‘Jubille Justice Agenda’ to improve lives of Black SC residents

AccelerateED releases draft of recommendations for reopening schools in SC

Ex-warehouse employee, two others charged with stealing 2 pallets of crab legs, robbing security guard

'I was shocked’: Gamecocks’ Martin reveals he tested positive for COVID-19 in May

UofSC to require face masks in classrooms, library as part of phased campus reopening plan

3 killed, 5 others injured in drive by shooting at cookout in Bowman

UofSC to hold classes online after Thanksgiving break

Gov. McMaster extends state of emergency with new executive order

11-year-old killed in Kershaw Co. house fire identified

Sumter woman arrested, accused of licking hands, touching items in restaurant and grocery store

Dawn Staley named AP National Coach of the Year

Gamecocks set program record for consecutive wins with 60-52 victory over Texas A&M

Gamecocks capture their first win vs. UConn in program history

Gamecocks stay at No. 1 in AP Top 25, UConn slides to No. 5