Mark Boyle is an anchor for KNOE 8 News at 5, 6 and 10pm and is a native of Denver, Colo.
He attended Arizona State University for 2 years before transferring to Colorado State. Mark graduated with a bachelor's degree in May 2004. Mark's first realization that news would be in his future came in the form of a phone call.
"I dialed up my parents from my Arizona State University apartment in the middle of my second year of school telling them that I had changed my mind. My major would now be journalism instead of business and I wanted to be a television news anchor. Following a brief moment of shock, they jumped on board and I have never looked back."
Following four internships in Denver, Phoenix and Cheyenne, Mark began his career as a weekend sports anchor/reporter at KNOP-TV in North Platte, Neb. Then switching gears, Mark made the crossover to news and worked at 6News in Lawrence and anchored the weekend morning show at KCTV in Kansas City.
Mark joined KNOE 8 News in July of 2012 and says is excited to be in the bayou state learning about a culture that he's never experienced before.
"I feel very fortunate to live in Monroe and be able to continue my career in Louisiana. From the moment I walked into the KNOE newsroom, it felt like a family and I am proud to work at such a strong and innovative station."
In his spare time you can find him on the golf course, enjoying the outdoors with his family or trying to perfect the many southern-style meals in the kitchen.