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MARK NOLAN

Mark Nolan, Cleveland 19 Mark Nolan, Cleveland 19

Mark Nolan was born in Cleveland and grew up in southeast Ohio. After graduating from Kent State University with a BA in Radio/TV Production, Mark continued his education through Mississippi State receiving seals of approval from both The American Meteorological Society and The national Weather Service.

After doing weather for 15 years, Nolan was asked to move to the anchor chair. And, he did for three years before heading back to radio.

Mark can now be heard leading “The Majic Morning Show: Nolan, Malone & Kullik” on WMJI “Majic 105.7” Monday through Friday 5:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.

After some lunch and a nap, he heads over to the Cleveland 19 News studios where he sits next to his old friend, Romona Robinson and co-anchors the 4pm and 6pm news Monday through Friday. “Sitting next to Romona is just comfortable”, Nolan says. “It’s like talking over the stories of the day at dinner with friends.”

When Mark has a little free time, he can be found wrenching on one of his Harleys or better yet… Riding one.

Mark currently does charity work for Akron Children’s Hospital, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, The Tom Longville Memorial Fund and Camp Ho Mita Koda.

Click here to e-mail Mark or find him on Facebook.

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