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 get first home win beating Nets 115-110

Grizzlies open season #20 in Memphis with loss to Spurs despite Morant career high

Grizzlies dominate Hawks in preseason game at FedExForum

Ja Morant works on improving as Grizzlies training camp opens

Penny promises changes to Tiger Men’s Basketball line-up vs. Arkansas State

NBA announces format for 75th season

St. Louis Cardinals letting popular players test free agency

Rebs Kiffin unhappy after conference call with SEC officials post Auburn loss

Cowboys QB having ankle surgery

ARCA Menard racing series championship in Memphis this weekend

PGA sets dates for 2021 WGC-FESJI

Rodriguez Clark ready for new role with Tigers

ARCA returns to Memphis International Raceway

U of M football looking to improve despite Gainwell opt-out

Wiseman could go as high as first in NBA draft

Grizzlies drop another nail biter in the bubble

Early pairings for WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational

Grizzlies blast Miami Heat in final NBA tuneup

Memphis Grizzlies Ja Morant buys mom a car

NFL agrees to COVID-19 testing policy

St. Louis Cardinals cancel workout over testing delays

Several more NBA players opt out of ‘bubble’

Grizzlies coach says team ready for ‘bubble’

Hamlim drives FedEx car to victory at Pocono

NASCAR bringing fans back

NBA plan in place for restart

Next steps for NBA could come June 1

Grizzlies’ Jackson Jr. delivers message to graduating seniors

901 FC gets back on the pitch on limited basis

Former Showboats coach Pepper Rodgers dies at 84