Megan Vanselow

Weekday Reporter

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megan.vanselow@wtap.com

Megan joined The News Center in September of 2017 as a Weekend Reporter.

Megan joined The News Center in September of 2017 as a Weekend Reporter. She became a weekday reporter in February 2018.

She grew up in Pittsburgh, PA and has a passion for Pittsburgh sports.

In April of 2017 she graduated from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University.

During the summer of 2017 she lived in Pittsburgh and worked as a social media producer for the AT&T Sports Network for the Pittsburgh Pirates broadcasts.

During her time at Ohio University, she participated in six different TV shows including WOUB’s NewsWatch and Emmy winning football highlight show, "Gridiron Glory."

Megan interned with Adidas at their headquarters in Germany during the summer of 2015 and interned with the Ohio University Athletic Department for 2 years.

She has worked in radio with WXTQ/WATH in Athens with their sports department.

When she’s not at work Megan is probably cheering on the Pittsburgh Steelers, Penguins, Pirates and Panthers or the Ohio Bobcats.


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