Petar Hood joined FOX 55 as a weekend sports anchor/reporter in May 2017. He is a graduate of Ball State University.
While at Ball State, Petar served as the Sports Director at NewsLink Indiana, an award-winning nightly newscast that airs throughout Delaware County. He also served as a sideline reporter for coverage of the Ball State men’s and women’s basketball teams on ESPN3.
Petar is a native of Indianapolis, and attended Warren Central High School before enrolling at Ball State. That is where his passion for journalism and television was sparked.
Petar is a life-long sports fan. He roots passionately for the Pacers, Colts, Reds, and the Ball State Cardinals. Petar is excited to cover local sports in Northeast Indiana, especially at the High School level. He enjoys meeting the players, coaches, fans, and community members involved with all athletic events.
If you have a story idea for Petar, please e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. And feel free to interact on social media! @PetarWFFT is where you can find him on Twitter and Facebook!
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