Morning Anchor & Reporter
A native Ohioan, Mike is one of the state’s most experienced radio newsmen. In addition to covering Ohio for many years, Mike has also held radio positions in Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota and New Jersey. An Air Force veteran, Mike also did some work with Armed Forces Radio.
Afternoon Anchor & Reporter
A native of Willard, Ohio, Dave brings more than 20 years of broadcast news experience to ONN. Dave’s previous stops included WNCO in Ashland and WLEC in Sandusky. Before joining ONN in 1995, Dave was a regular contributor to the network from northern Ohio.
Director of Programming and Affiliate Relations
Skip has been with the OSU Network and ONN since its inception. His work with affiliates goes back to his stint as Morning Host and Program Director for our Columbus affiliate, WBNS. In addition to his work with the Ohio State Football and Basketball broadcasts, Skip is also the host of ONN’s award winning Tonight in High School Football and Ohio College Football Today programs.
ONN has won numerous Ohio Associated Press awards for best weather coverage, and our staff is excited to bring that coverage to you.
Chris Bradley – Meteorologist
Mike Davis – Meteorologist
Jeff Booth – Meteorologist
Ashlee Baracy – Meteorologist
When he’s not calling the Ohio State Buckeyes on the radio, Paul Keels does afternoon sports on ONN Radio. A native of Cincinnati, Paul brings more than three decades of news and sports experience to the microphone. In 2007 Paul was inducted into the Ohio Radio & Television Hall of Fame and has been named Ohio Sportscaster of the year many times.
Unless he’s on the road doing play by play for the Ohio State Buckeyes baseball or women’s basketball teams, Matt Andrews anchors morning sports on ONN Radio. A native of Washington Court House, Matt also serves as sideline and locker room reporter for OSU football. Andrews got his start doing Chillicothe Paints broadcasts on our Waverly affiliate WXIZ and went on to Louisville where he called baseball for the Cincinnati Reds AAA affiliate for several years.
Lori really knows sports. The Columbus native is a graduate of Ohio University where she earned a degree in Journalism and helped her teammates win a MAC championship in women’s soccer. By the way, don’t argue basketball rules with Lori – she’s a licensed hoops official.