Bryce Anslinger joined the 9 News team in April of 2011. He and his wife Emily are happy to come home to the Tri-State after several years on the west coast.
Bryce was raised on a small farm in Miamisburg, and grew up as an avid fan of the Reds and Bengals. His goal is to now inspire his wife to also feel the same passion he has for Cincinnati Sports teams.
Bryce graduated from Ohio University’s Scripps School of Journalism with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism. During his time at O.U. Bryce served as the host the Emmy award winning high school football show Gridiron Glory. He also anchored and reported news for WOUB TV in Athens. Bryce also got his start at channel 9 while in college. He is one of many former 9 news interns to be hired on full-time. Bryce is happy to once again be part of the best news team in town.
After college Bryce’s first professional job took him to Bakersfield California. He worked as an anchor/reporter on news and sports, and even did weather on occasion. During that time he honed his knowledge of country music, and more importantly met his lovely wife Emily. The two adopted a small dog named Greta that continues to be the center of their attention. Since moving to Cincinnati the Anslingers have also adopted a much larger dog named Eugene.
The Anslinger’s headed north to Eugene Oregon after leaving Bakersfield. There, Bryce worked as the morning anchor for KEZI TV. He says he loved his time in the Pacific Northwest and even became a slightly below average skier.
Bryce says he couldn’t turn down the chance to come home to work for 9 news. His parents even rigged a giant antenna to their TV so that they can get WCPO in Miamisburg. Bryce says he learns new things about tri-state communities every day and encourages you to get in touch with him.
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