Ron Snyder is happy to be back down south in Monroe after starting his career in Texas. He's originally from Macedonia, OH a suburb of Cleveland. He wouldn't be a sportscaster if it wasn't for his Dad handing him a baseball glove and letting him miss the school bus to watch extra highlights on SportsCenter. His first broadcasting job was doing morning announcements at Nordonia High School. He fell in love with adding personality to announcing to students that there was turkey and gravy for lunch.
Ron graduated from Syracuse University and majored in broadcast journalism and marketing. At Syracuse, he was a part of CitrusTV, the nation's oldest and largest student-run television station. After graduating, he worked for two years at KTXS in Abilene, TX and covered Abilene High School's football state championship. Next, he worked at YNN in Buffalo and covered Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres.
You never get anywhere in life without people helping you, so Ron gives thanks to God; his parents for always encouraging him; his teachers and professors, his internship mentors; and everyone else who has helped him become a sportscaster. In his free time Ron enjoys watching sports of course, dancing, and telling jokes. His motto is, "find the funny". If you have any story ideas he would love to hear from you.