Raised in Columbia, Maryland, Jory studied broadcast journalism at the University of Maryland, where he was also a two-time All-Conference hockey player, winning two ACC Championships.
During his time at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, Jory won two Pennsylvania AP awards and four consecutive Golden Quill Awards from the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania.
Jory also worked in Richmond, Virginia at WWBT/WRLH, but began his broadcast career as a sports reporter and anchor at WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Maryland.
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