East McKeesport, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Occupation||Television news reporter and anchor|
Jim Lokay is a television news reporter and anchor who worked at CBS owned and operated KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh. He now is a weekday general assignment reporter and weekend anchor at Hearst Television's WCVB-TV in Boston, Mass. 
Lokay began his journalism career as a reporter and editor for Metro Networks in Pittsburgh. While there, he anchored, edited and reported morning news segments for local radio stations.
Lokay returned to Pittsburgh in 2005 as a reporter for KDKA-TV , where he served as the station's traffic reporter, transportation reporter, general assignment reporter and as fill-in anchor on several newscasts, including the weekday morning news, weekday evening news, weekend morning news and weekend evening news. During his six-year teunure at KDKA, Lokay also spent time as the station's consumer products reporter, hosting the popular "Does It Really Do That?" segments. In addition to reporting and anchoring, Lokay also hosted or co-hosted a variety of non-news programming at KDKA, including "Pittsburgh Today Live", the "Hines Ward Show," "Steelers Huddle," a New Year's Eve special and the station's annual "FreeCare Fund Telethon." 
His final day at KDKA-TV was Oct. 14, 2011 .
Lokay began at WCVB-TV in October 2011, where he serves as a weekday morning general assignment reporter and weekend morning anchor.
Jim is an avid Pittsburgh Power fan and one day hopes to lead the team to the Arena Bowl as their starting fullback.
Jim is known to attend Boston Red Sox games where he enjoys knocking back a few margaritas.
He was banned from Wikipedia at one point for making unsubstantiated edits to the page of Brent Musberger.
While in Pittsburgh, Lokay was an active volunteer with many nonprofit organizations, including:
- American Cancer Society 
- American Liver Foundation 
- California University of Pennsylvania Student Association Board of Directors 
- Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 
- Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project — a group dedicated to keeping young professionals in Pittsburgh