Mullins, Vaughn join RTV6's 'Good Morning Indiana'
RTV6 announces new anchor team
Last Updated: 364 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS - RTV6 is pleased to announce two new additions to "Good Morning Indiana" -- Marc Mullins and Beth Vaughn.
Mullins, a reporter since 1998, has worked at TV stations in Montana, Oregon and Atlanta, with experience as an anchor, reporter and managing editor.
Mullins has covered a wide range of stories, including the capture and sentencing of Eric Rudolph, the Olympic Park bomber, and covering back-to-back hurricanes that devastated Florida in 2004.
A graduate of Boston University, Mullins is looking forward to becoming a Hoosier.
"I can't wait to meet people across Indiana and become a part of their morning routine," Mullins said. "I will be joining a solid team of experienced journalists and storytellers at RTV6."
"We are very pleased Marc is joining our 'Good Morning Indiana' team," said RTV6 President and General Manager Larry Blackerby. "His experience as a morning anchor combined with his natural enthusiasm and passion for reporting will be a perfect fit for our morning viewers."
Vaughn began her career in Topeka, Kan., as morning anchor at KSNT/KTMJ. She most recently worked at KSHB, the Scripps station in Kansas City, where she was an anchor and reporter.
"My husband and I can't wait to meet the great people of Indianapolis," Vaughn said. "We are both Midwest natives with Midwest values, so Indiana is a perfect fit. I am eager to join Marc and the rest of the RTV6 news team in bringing viewers the stories, weather and traffic that matters most in the morning."
Vaughn is a graduate of the University of Illinois. She has been active in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
"Beth is a great addition to our 'Good Morning Indiana' team," Blackerby said. "She has great energy and is a terrific storyteller, key attributes for a successful morning anchor."
Vaughn and Mullins will debut on "Good Morning Indiana" beginning in January.
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