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

Tiger’s Lance Thomas on the move again; enters transfer portal

Tiger Football sets spring practice dates

More Tiger Football transfers ahead this week

Tennessee Vols welcomes new athletic director

Will Nesbitt play for Tigers early?

Vols running back, Eric Gray, enters transfer portal

Two Tiger Football players said they’ll transfer

Memphis Tiger Women get first conference basketball victory

Ole Miss Baseball will have fans at Swayze Field

Tigers top hoop recruit enrolls early

Florida upsets number six Tennessee

Ole Miss gets big win on road at Miss. State

Memphis Women’s Basketball at Cincinnati on Wednesday

Fans return to FedExForum starting Thursday with Tigers hosting Wichita State

Tigers center play in post earns post spot AAC honor roll

Memphis Tiger’s wide receiver, Tahj Washington, FWAA All-American

Gainwell officially announces for NFL Draft

NBA looking to expand rosters beause of coronavirus

Calvin Austin set to return to U of M next season

Tigers basketball game against SMU rescheduled

Morant closer to return to court for Grizzlies

Suns postponement puts MLK Day Grizz game in jeopardy

Grizzlies win three-straight, take out Timberwolves 118-107

New NBA protocols make life tough for teams, players

Tiger women add point guard

Tigers use COVID-19 break to hone offense

Bulldog’s Molinar SEC Player of the Week

UT vs. Vandy basketball game postponed

Kevin Steele heading to Tennessee as assistant football coach

Vols lose top running back to Tar Heels