Jarvis Greer

Jarvis Greer

Sports Director

Memphis, TN

Jarvis Greer celebrated his 40th anniversary at WMC Action News 5 in April 2019.

The Memphis native has done it all en route to becoming sports director at 1960 Union Ave.

Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist. He's also won Memphis Magazine's "Best of Memphis" award three times.

Jarvis is a graduate of the University of Memphis with a degree in communication/fine arts. He and his wife, Emily, have two children, J.J. and McKenzie.

You can catch him on WMC Action News 5 weekdays at 6 and 10 p.m.

Recent Articles by Jarvis

Grizzlies start long road trip with victory at Chicago

Andre Turner gets college head coaching job

Tiger women fall in AAC soccer tournament

Memphis Tiger women’s soccer dominates AAC post season awards

‘Run it back’: DeAndre Williams to return to Tigers

Griz fall on buzzer beater to Mavericks

Former Tiger Boogie Ellis finds new hoop home

Tennessee State introduces Eddie George as head football coach

UofM basketball gets 3-star 2022 commit

Former Tiger basketball player headed to TCU

Tiger women’s soccer set for AAC tournament

901 FC adds veteran striker

Tigers basketball to play in pre-season NIT

Grizzlies break losing streak, beat Bulls at FedExForum

Grizzlies fall to knicks in overtime in final game of road trip

  Ben Pirmann promoted to head coach with Memphis 901 FC

Transfer portal delivers a Timberlake to Tigers Basketball

Memphis Tiger football getting ready for spring game

Grizzlies win 4th straight, take out Atlanta 131-113

Rebels receiver Elijah Moore gets high marks for NFL Draft

Final college basketball coaches poll

Jaren Jackson Jr. speaks on impending return to Grizzlies lineup

4th Tiger enters transfer portal in college basketball

Quiet training camp opening for 901 FC

Memphian Chandler Lawson enters transfer portal from Oregon

3 Tigers basketball players enter NCAA Transfer Portal

901 FC Soccer 2021 schedule released

  New tiger women’s head basketball coach in memphis

Hogs fall in NCAA Elite to top seed Baylor

Tigers women soccer get’s Top 10 win at Vanderbilt