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Monday, June 18, 2007

Where Are They Now? - Marshall McPeek

We get asked on occasion, "Where in the world is Marshall McPeek?" - the easy answer is "not all that far away."

During the days of the Donna Terrell, Don Hammond & Mark Nolan morning show on WKYC, Marshall was the roving reporter who headed out every morning in search of interesting events, people & places to bring viewers as they started their days. And our viewers loved his witty sense of humor and boyish appearance.

But Marshall's real passion is meteorology.

After Marshall left Channel 3, he went to Channel 5 to polish up his weather skills, then landed at NBC 4/WCMH-TV in Columbus in January 2002 where he has been since working as the weekend morning meteorologist, co-anchor & reporter.

Marshall loves the weather so much, he has developed his own weather websites at: &

Prior to working in Cleveland, Marshall also worked as an anchor/reporter for WTOL-TV in Toledo, Ohio, and WSIL-TV in Harrisburg, Ill.

Marshall earned a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from Ohio University and a broadcast meteorology certificate from Mississippi State University. Marshall has been nominated for two Emmy awards and won several Ohio Associated Press awards.

Marshall grew up in Bucyrus, Ohio, where he landed his first broadcasting gig with WBCO-AM/WBCQ-FM (now WQEL) doing everything from news to disc jockey to live remotes at the Crawford County Fair.

Marshall is a big sushi fan, has a weakness for an enormous burrito and has been known to enjoy beverages served in stemware.

You can email Marshall at:


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

We need more out anchors. It's probably easier in Columbus than here in conswervative CLE.

11:26 PM, March 25, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Responding to "Anonymous" on March 25: You are right about out anchors. Actually the chief weather guy at our CBS outlet in Columbus here is completely out, too. Columbus has a long history of out weather people. Move to Columbus, you'll love it.

5:27 PM, December 25, 2009  

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