Caroline Goggin Joins WPVI in Philadelphia

By Kevin Eck 

Caroline Goggin has joined ABC owned Philadelphia station WPVI as an anchor and reporter.

“If you know me, you know this is a dream come true. I grew up watching Channel 6,” said Goggin. “This powerhouse station is one of the main reasons I wanted to become a journalist. As I started my first job in Binghamton, and I found myself traveling home to see my family every weekend, I knew my ultimate goal was to work in Philly. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work in a place that I love — a place filled with so many people I love. I’ll see you soon, Philly! This girl from West Chester is finally coming home.”

She last worked at WHDH in Boston.


In 2019, Goggin suffered a stroke at the age of 27 while she was working for WPRI in Rhode Island.

Goggins ran the Boston Marathon last year to raise money for Tedy’s Team, an organization created by former New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi who suffered a stroke in 2005.

“I hope that the more young survivors share their stories, the easier it will be for others,” Goggin told the American Heart Association. “I want people to know that there are other young survivors out there and there are people out there to help and support you along the process.”