The people of Cincinnati love Natalie Clark’s reporting. They view her as an inspirational beacon of light and love seeing her on WLWT News 5. But now they won’t be able to see her on the newscasts, as Natalie Clark is leaving WLWT-TV. Her devoted following has been wondering where she is going since the announcement. Find out what Natalie Clark said about her departure from WLWT News 5 here.
Natalie Clark to Exit WLWT
Born and raised in the Buckeye State, Natalie Clark earned an Associate of Arts in Theatre from Bowling Green State University in 2004. After that, she studied television news at Ohio Media School for a year.
Moreover, Clark is a former Top 10 finalist at Miss Ohio. And she attributes her confidence in front of the camera and interviewing abilities to the Miss Ohio program.
The reporter interned for two months with former American television news correspondent Robin Meade for the Morning Express with Robin Meade news program. In 2008, she began her broadcasting career at WMFD-TV in Mansfield, Ohio, anchoring the evening newscast.
Friends, it’s time. After 15 years as an anchor, reporter, & host all across Ohio – I am hanging up my mic. From WMFD in Mansfield to WTOL11 in Toledo, ABC22/FOX45 in Dayton & 8 years at @wlwt in Cincinnati! Thank you for trusting me to share your stories. God is GOOD. I ♥️ You! pic.twitter.com/BZXrTklT6d
— Natalie Clark (@NatalieClarkTV) March 20, 2023
In 2013, Natalie Clark moved to Toledo, reporting breaking news throughout northwest Ohio for WTOL 11 for two years. As a result of relocation due to her husband’s job in Cincinnati, she spent some time freelancing for WKEF ABC22 News/WRGT FOX45 News in Dayton, Ohio.
In 2015, Clark started working at WLWT News 5 Cincinnati, and since then, she has been covering everything from happy to sad stories. Her June and Hubert Malicote’s love story made the national news and captured the hearts of millions of people.
But now, the anchor has announced her departure from the station. Natalie Clark is leaving WLWT for a new chapter in her life.
Announcing her exit, Clark said, “Friends… it’s time. After 15 years as an anchor, reporter, and host across the state of Ohio, I am hanging up my mic.”
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As of yet, Natalie Clark hasn’t revealed her plans for the future. But her last day on the newscast at WLWT-TV will be March 21, 2022. So be sure to catch her before she departs from the station.