Stephanie Ballesteros

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Stephanie Ballesteros joined the CBS Philly digital team in February 2017 as a Digital Content Producer.

Stephanie covers breaking news, feature and lifestyle content. She also produces content for the CBS Philly social media pages.

Stephanie is a native of South Florida and attended the University of Florida, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism. Go Gators!

Throughout college, Stephanie worked at the student-run TV station on campus, WUFT-TV. She was also a reporter/producer for the university’s Spanish radio program, AM850 Noticias en Español.

Prior to moving to Philadelphia, Stephanie was a web producer at WAVY, the NBC station in Hampton Roads, Virginia and at WSVN, the FOX station in Miami, where she began her career in news.

Stephanie is proud to call Philly home. When she’s not in the newsroom, you can find her exploring the city.

You can email her news tips and story ideas at

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