Lindsay Stone

Anchor/Reporter

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lindsay.stone@wndu.com

A Cincinnati native, Lindsay is excited to stay in the Midwest to work for WNDU.

She graduated from Anderson University with a double major in journalism and international relations. During her time there, Lindsay created the first-ever student run sports multimedia show called Raven Watch. The nationally-recognized show allowed Lindsay to act as producer, writer and anchor simultaneously. Lindsay was also the sports editor of the campus newspaper for over two years.

Lindsay has had a variety of internships and job shadows, including: WTHR Channel 13, FOX19 Now, Nashville Channel 5, the Cincinnati Reds and FOX Sports South. She has also had the opportunity to cover a variety of professional sports teams such as the Indianapolis Pacers, Cincinnati Bengals, FC Cincinnati Soccer, and the Atlanta Braves.

She has traveled to over 18 countries across 5 continents and still has more on her bucket list. Lindsay is a huge sports fan and cheers the hardest for her beloved Ohio State Buckeyes. In her spare time, you can find Lindsay on the sidelines of any sporting event or hitting up the gym with her husband. She loves to stay active, drink a dangerous amount of coffee and search for the best local food.

If you have any story ideas or want to pass on the best places for brunch, send Lindsay an email at lindsay.stone@wndu.com. You can also connect with her on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.


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