Sam Ryan Biography
Sam Ryan is a sports anchor and a reporter known for working at ABC7NY.
Previously, she worked for various news platforms, including WABC-TV, FoxSports, ESPN, CBS Sports, WCBS, MLB Network, and more.
For her contribution to the journalism field, she was honored with the New York Emmy Award in 1999 and Associated Press Award in 2000. Plus, she was awarded the New York State Broadcasters Association Award in 2006.
Married Life: Husband And Children
The news anchor has been married to a man named Jeff Ryan for several years.
Together, the couple is parenting their two children: a son named Nicklaus and daughter, Jensen.
Sam’s Career Information
Sam joined ABC Radio Network in 1996. For the network, she has reported many news pieces, including the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Four years later, Sam started working for FoxSports Net New York. While at the network, she fulfilled her duties as a reporter and anchor for the show- New York Sports Report.
Plus, she covered sporting events like the 2000 Subway Series between the Yankees and the Mets, the Chase Championship Tennis Tournament, and Women’s College Basketball for the FoxSports Net New York.
Later, she also delivered the news as a sports anchor and reporter for WABC-TV.
In September 2002, Sam left WABC-TV and began working for ABC Sports as a sideline reporter, covering college football. Eventually, in 2005, she became a fill-in reporter for the Monday Night Football season.
The following year, she started serving as a sideline reporter for ESPN and ESPN2’s coverage of the National Hockey League playoffs. Also, her responsibility was to broadcast the Stanley Cup Finals. And, in 2004, she again got an opportunity to report for ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball.
After that, she served as a contributor to CBS Sports in 2006. During her tenure period for the media network, Sam broadcasted news for events like The NFL and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. Also, she worked for WCBS as a sportscaster in the same year.
Similarly, Sam widened her working portfolio by joining MLB Network in September 2011 as a studio host and reporter. She covered the MLB postseason for Turner Sports as the in-game reporter from 2015 to 2017.
Bio: Age And Education
Sam was born on 5 February 1969 in Port Jefferson, New York. She was brought up on Long Island.
While growing up, she attended the New York Institute of Technology. Later, she got enrolled at Hofstra University and earned a degree in Communications.