Randy Spieth Biography, Age, Net worth, Education, Career


Randy Spieth Biography

Randy Spieth is an American multi-media journalist and reporter for Fox59/CBS4, who joined the team in February of 2017. He comes to Indianapolis with more than ten years of experience. A native of Indiana’s first state capital, Corydon, Randy spent time in Nebraska and Michigan before moving back to his home state in 2011.

Randy spent four years working in Fort Wayne, mostly in news but did frequently help out the station’s sports department, too.

Randy Spieth Age

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Randy Spieth Net Worth

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Randy Spieth Education

Spieth attended Indiana University in Bloomington and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Telecommunications.

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Randy Spieth Career

Multimedia Journalist

Randy as a multimedia journalist in WXIN and WTTV is leveraging his background in media and digital communications, he is fully accountable for creating and editing journalistic content for daily newscasts. It’s on him to develop the station’s voice for visual communications, promotions, digital communications, marketing material, and internal communications. He also collaborates with various public relations and communications teams to highlight engaging stories.
Key contributions:

  • Play a key role in efforts to increase viewership by closely collaborating with internal teams to improve overall content creation and streamline processes.
  • Established a reputation for integrity, commitment, and effective storytelling; verified on Facebook and Twitter.

Sports Videojournalist

As a sports photojournalist in WISH-TV, he applies his skills to shoot, edit, write and organize sports-related content. This role required him to build and maintain productive relationships with senior managers, department heads, and media teams to deliver timely and effective communications and content. He was also in charge of strategic media planning, press-team outreach, campaign events, and all multimedia communication pieces.
Key Contributions:

  • Commended for highlighting a local health organization’s impact on improving an athlete’s professional development.

News Reporter

During his time with WANE, he planned and executed content strategies and initiatives for communications and journalistic content. His main duties involved gathering and sharing information quickly and calmly under tight deadlines and constantly changing situations. He reported and wrote content while taking accompanying photos for local stories. He also crafted social media content and blogs to increase followers and web traffic.
Key Contributions:

  • Served as a fill-in producer, sports anchor, and photojournalist.

Sports Director

Earlier in his career, he held bottom-line accountability for all sports-related media communications while supervising a team of videographers and guiding the direction of web content. He developed and utilized effective media strategies to facilitate audience growth. He also ran social media campaigns while creating engaging articles and video content.
Key Contributions:

  • Winner of the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Best in Category for sports Award in 2010.
  • Winner of Michigan Association of Broadcasters Merit Award for Sports in 2009.

Randy Spieth Greenfield Police

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A new schedule option for the 42 men and women who patrol Greenfield has found several benefits.

After a six-month trial, the police department has allowed officers the opportunity to work 12-hour shifts on a permanent basis. The move gives the staff on this schedule the chance to enjoy more time off the clock during the weekends.

“About a year-and-a-half into it, it just got hard I guess, meeting with family and friends,” said Isaiah Ernst, who is nearly a three-year veteran with Greenfield police. “They have every weekend off. We were getting a weekend off every three months.”

With the 12-hour schedule, Ernst is now with family every other weekend.

It was a schedule 28 of the 42 patrolmen and women signed up for.

“We went from three squads, to now four squads, of seven,” said Greenfield Police Chief Jeff Rasche. “On a good day, we have seven officers working on the street. We had never had that here in Greenfield before.”

Rasche said police departments across the country have looked at ways to get the most out of staff. The schedule option made sense to him and has cut down on overtime spending.

Randy Spieth Carmel

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Thursday’s storm has kept clean-up crews busy the past 24 hours and there is still much more work to do. The Better Business Bureau Serving Central Indiana has reminded homeowners to be careful who they hire to help fix the damage.

The BBB said “storm chasers” will head to neighborhoods hit the hardest, looking to play off a homeowner’s emotions following storms.

“They will be there really sometimes within minutes after a storm will hit,” said president and CEO, Tim Maniscalo. On Friday, the city was filled with utility trucks making repairs and trailers hauling away chopped up trees.

Maniscalco said homeowners need to remember to be patient while looking for someone to hire and watch for warning signs of someone who might not keep their word.

“Don’t panic,” Maniscalco said. “You will get your house fixed, but it doesn’t have to be fixed right away. Watch for people who come knocking on your door, and maybe they have an unmarked truck, they don’t really have a card, or way to contact them, you don’t really know who they are. If they ask for money upfront, that’s a real warning sign that they may not be back.”

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