Taylor Bruck is an Emmy-award-winning anchor and multimedia journalist at Spectrum News 1 Ohio, based in Columbus.

She graduated from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. Taylor’s journalism experience began at WOUB Public Media where she spent three years as an anchor and reporter. She is also a two-time intern for the TODAY show, working both in NYC and Los Angeles.

At Spectrum News, Taylor is a general assignment journalist focusing on diversity, sustainability, and all things related to Intel coming to Ohio. She enjoys telling stories of marginalized communities and highlighting the people and organizations working to improve the world.

She won an Emmy award for the work she did on a 30-minute television special called “Remaking Ohio: The New Power Play.” In the special, she explored Ohio's untapped potential for renewable energy and highlighted what the state has already chosen to capitalize on renewables. She also won an Ohio APME award for best use of photography in 2020.

An Ohio native, Taylor is part of a large extended family spread out across the state. She's passionate about fitness, loves spending time with family and friends, and enjoys traveling.

You can follow her work on Facebook, Instagram, and X (formerly Twitter) @TaylorBruckTV. If you have a story idea or a news tip, you can contact Taylor at taylor.bruck@charter.com.