Glenn joined 10TV in August 2007. His reporting on the people and issues of central Ohio has earned him four Emmy Awards.
He came to Columbus after 11 years of working at stations in Cincinnati, Springfield, Illinois and Tulsa, Oklahoma.
In Tulsa, he was a weekend anchor and investigative reporter for three years. His investigative work was honored twice by the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalists. Prior to that, he spent more than three years in Springfield, where he reported and rose before dawn to anchor the morning news. He was honored to be named Springfield’s “Best Broadcast Journalist” in 2003 by the “Illinois Times,” the city’s newsweekly.
Before landing in Springfield, Glenn worked behind the scenes for five years at WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, both as an assignment editor and field producer. Much of his time at WCPO was spent juggling work and school. He studied Broadcast Journalism and Political Science at Northern Kentucky University.
Glenn grew up in South Carolina. He enjoys movies, music, politics and eating his way through the many great restaurants in Columbus. He considers himself lucky to be making a living doing what he loves, in a city he loves.
If you have a story that needs to be told, Glenn wants to hear from you. You can send him any story suggestions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent articles by Glenn McEntyre
- Columbus Diocese Reviewing Policy Following Teacher’s Child Sex Accusations
- Domestic Violence Awareness: Woman Describes How She Got Out Of Violent Marriage
- Email: Protocol Not Followed In Firing Of Teacher Now Accused Of Sexual Abuse
- New Details Emerge In Former Teacher’s Sexual Misconduct Case
- Teacher Accused Of Sexual Misconduct Received “Positive References” For New Job
- As Pope Francis Focuses On The Poor, Many In Central Ohio Also Struggle With Poverty
- Columbus Newspaper Sold By Homeless Loses Funding Source
- Pope's Message On Poverty Also A Concern In Columbus
- Local Colleges Eager To Take Part In Pope Francis’ Historic Visit
- Hate-Based Threat Leaves Empty Stadium, Classrooms In Utica
- Utica H.S. Cancels Homecoming Game, Friday Classes Due To Threat
- Utica H.S. Postpones Homecoming Dance Amid Threat; Football Game In Question
- Hundreds Of Workers Given Notice of Potential Layoffs
- Human Trafficking Survivors Graduate From CATCH Program
- Chillicothe Missing Women’s Task Force Seeking Fugitive For Key Information
- How To Navigate Through The New I-270/U.S. 23 Trench
- Columbus Man Charged With Hate Crime After Threatening Gay Gym Members, Staff
- Columbus Family Sues Funeral Home Over Alleged Body Mix-Up
- Carry-Out Store Has Been Nuisance Property For Years, Olde Town East Residents Say
- Roommate Recalls ‘Insane’ Events Amid Multi-State Crime Spree
- Pike Co. Man Allegedly Stabs Relative in MA, Rapes Woman, Drives Both To Ohio
- GOP Candidates In Columbus For Americans for Prosperity Summit
- Council On American Islamic Relations Files Discrimination Complaint Over Columbus Police Headscarf Ban
- Okinawa Veterans Gather To Remember, Honor Those Lost In Battle
- Hilltop Man Angry Over Construction Noise Punches Police Chief’s Son
- Hundreds Turn Out To Debate Future Of Upper Arlington Park
- Licking County Woman Refusing To Mow Lawn Garners National Attention
- Bond Set For Man Accused Of Setting Fiancée On Fire At Gahanna Gas Station
- 7-Year-Old Columbus Girl Found Dead In California Canal
- Video Shows Franklin Co. Deputy Was Driving Over 100 MPH Before Deadly Crash
- Law Allows Open Carry Of Firearms At Dublin Irish Festival
- Prosecutor: Driver In Deadly Pickerington Hit & Run Agrees To Plead Guilty
- "The Day I Almost Died" TV Series Profiles Columbus Grandmother
- Rape Victim Prepared To Face Her Attacker 20 Years Later
- Father: 14-Month-Old Daughter’s Heroin Overdose Death Is A 'Nightmare'
- Columbus Police Investigating Heroin Overdose Deaths Of Two Toddlers
- Franklin County Deputy Responding To Pursuit Slams Into Van, Killing Driver