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Ryan began working at WSAZ in 2011. A graduate of the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Marshall University, Ryan is an avid sports fan and won multiple state and national awards for sports broadcasting at the campus radio station.
Ryan is a native of Wayne, W.Va., and has lived in the Tri-State his entire life. When not at work, you may hear Ryan in his role as public address announcer for multiple Marshall and Wayne High School sports.
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