Jeff Hullinger - Executive Producer of Local Content for Georgia Public Broadcasting - is one of Atlanta's best known and most versatile broadcasters, since 1984.

He's served as main news and sports anchor at 11Alive/WXIA Atlanta, Sports Director/main sports anchor at WAGA Fox-5 Atlanta, radio voice of the Atlanta Falcons, afternoon drive radio news anchor at WSB Atlanta, front line play-by-play for ESPN College Football, Basketball (men & women) and Arena League Football,  as well as fill-in on CNN's Talkback Live.

Jeff's Facebook page tallied million of views in 2023.

A Leadership Atlanta alumnus, he was inducted into the Southeast Emmy Silver Circle Hall of Fame, is a 22-time Regional Emmy winner, and includes among his professional accomplishments honors from the Edward R Murrow Awards, Associated Press, Green Eyeshade, Atlanta Magazine Best of Atlanta, the Georgia Association of Broadcasters, Best of Gannett and Georgia Sportscaster of the Year.

He's been a moderator in Atlanta Mayoral, Georgia Gubernatorial, U.S. Senate and U.S. House debates.

Jeff anchored Braves World Championship Parades in 2021, 1995, 1991 and the 1990 Olympic Parade, too.

In 1994 - the 20th anniversary of #715 - Jeff presented the governor's proclamation to Hank Aaron, on behalf of the State of Georgia,

Jeff anchored the Peachtree Road Race coverage, providing play-by-play on July 4th for decades.

Favorite Atlanta on-air moment, though: Broadcasting a Falcons/Saints game with Mikael Gorbachev.

Jeff anchored almost 9 hours of live local television when the bomb exploded during the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta.

He began his career at KSL Television in Salt Lake City, then KCNC Television in Denver.

Jeff has also been inducted into the Colorado State University-Pueblo Mass Communication Alumni Hall of Fame; and gave the 2017 Spring Commencement speech to 10,000 at CSU-Pueblo.

He has two adult children; one in public education, the other a neuroscience major at Georgia Tech.