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Erich Fisher

Digital Content Producer

Erich is a digital content producer at the Rochester Post Bulletin where he creates content for the Post Bulletin's digital platforms. Before he moved to Rochester, Erich worked as a sports reporter for Rivals.com covering the University of Illinois' athletic programs in Champaign, Illinois. Erich graduated from the University of Illinois in 2020 with a degree in journalism and a minor in public relations.

Readers can reach Erich at 507-285-7681 or efisher@postbulletin.com.

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