,co-anchors NewsCenter at 5, 6 and 11PM on ABC-6 and at 10PM on FOX-28.
"I am one of the luckiest guys around.I get to work in my home state of Ohio, and deliver the news every night to thousands of people," says Spiegel
."It's a great responsibility, and I take it very seriously."Gabe
comes to Columbus from Omaha, Nebraska where he
co-hosted KPTM's "Good Day Omaha" program.Prior to his broadcast experience in Omaha, Spiegel was an anchor/reporter for WUPW, FOX-36 in Toledo, Ohio.
A native of Akron, Ohio, Gabe's community service interests include the Down Syndrome Society of Central Ohio
, the Arthritis Foundation
, the American Cancer Society
, Fore Hope
, the March
of Dimes, UNCF, the Humane Society
, leading kids away from drugs through his
involvement with D.A.R.E. and participating in various literacy programs.Gabeis also a spokesman for Cystic Fibrosis, and serves as a NewsCenter emcee of the annual MDA Telethon."For the past five years, I've enjoyed giving many hours of my time to the Muscular Dystrophy Association
", says Spiegel
."And I absolutely love hosting the 'Gabe Spiegel Golf Classic' to raise thousands of additional dollars for MDA
to help children with neuromuscular diseases".He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communications /Broadcasting from Anderson University in Indiana.Gabe
is married and resides in Columbus."I've lived in many different cities and have to admit there is nothing that compares to living in Columbus", he
says."Ohio really is the heart of it all!"
not working, Gabe
enjoys playing golf, lifting weights, running and tailgating at Buckeye Football games with his
beautiful wife Renee and young son Elijah.