Danielle Dwyer

Danielle Dwyer joined the WTOL team in September of 2015 as a reporter/MMJ. Before coming back “home” to Ohio, Danielle was working as a production assistant for Campus Insiders – a Chicago-based digital sports network – working with former ESPN and CBS network reporters, NFL players and collegiate athletes. Prior to Campus Insiders, Danielle graduated with honors from Columbia College Chicago’s journalism graduate program. During her time at Columbia, Danielle worked as a freelance reporter covering everything from Cubs opening day to Chicago City Council meetings, the Illinois governor race and the Ebola outbreak. Before graduation, Danielle was also nominated for two student Emmys by the National Academy of Arts and Sciences Midwest chapter. She won the sports category for her one-man-band reporting and storytelling on the Chicago Youth Boxing Club. During grad school, Danielle interned at Fox 29 Philadelphia on the sports team. She also worked for Columbia’s Windy City Webcast, ChicagoTalks.org and was one of eight interns chosen from around the country for live production coverage of the National Association of Broadcasting (NAB) show in Las Vegas for Waskul Entertainment. Danielle attended undergrad at Thiel College in Greenville, Pennsylvania where she was a dual-sport athlete and graduated with honors in Business Communications, Media Communications and Fine Art. She co-anchored for the school’s T.V. station and was lead writer and editor of the sports section for the student newspaper. Before pursuing her dream career of journalism, Danielle worked at the JWT Action advertising agency as a digital and traditional media planner and buyer for John Deere, Kimberly-Clark and BRP. Danielle has a passion for telling human-interest stories about everything from sports fans to communities coming together for a greater good. She loves building relationships and getting involved in charity work and the community.

Recent Articles by Danielle

Athlete of the Week: Tehree Horn

  B.A.B.E. teaches kids to defend themselves against violence

Neighbors react to terror suspects

GoodRx helps woman for second time, pays for Uber while unable to drive

84-year-old learns his BGHS football records have yet to be broken

Ohio State family puts rivalry aside, baby gets treatment at Michigan

Athlete of the Week: Austin Like

Athlete of the Week: Liberty Center’s Austin Like breaking records despite injuries

Athlete of the Week: Jake Plantz

Family, friends remember loved one killed due to driver neglecting Move Over Law

Athlete of the Week: Tanner Schroeder

Athlete of the week: Ryan Bules

Despite doctor opinions, local man continues to live dream

Facing expensive prescription costs? One website shows different prices in various pharmacies

Athlete of the week: Mady Arquette

Iowa State golfer's murder raises awareness about golf safety

Athlete of the Week: Addie Graham

Athlete of the week: Addie Graham

Kroger makes push to eliminate plastic bags

Perrysburg AD's own three kids playing sports for the Yellowjackets