Ron Jantz has over fifteen years of experience covering sports in the Cleveland market, beginning in 1987 with a seven-year stint as WUAB-TV's "Ten O'Clock News" sports reporter and anchor. Following his successful run at WUAB, Ron moved on to Cleveland's NBC affiliate WKYC, serving as the Channel Three News weekend anchor and sports reporter.
Ron was selected as "Best Sports Reporter" in the Northeast Region of the United States by UPI in 1989, and also won the "Best Sports Reporter in Ohio" award that same year.
Ron left broadcasting to pursue an exciting opportunity to serve as the Marketing and Media Coordinator for Lorain Community College in 2000, but has elected to accept an offer to continue covering the Browns for BerniesInsiders.com.
"I was able to cover sports in my hometown during a very fortunate time", Ron says, "In that time, I covered the Indians in two World Series, and a great run of Central Division Championships. I covered the Cavs during the Price, Nance, Daugherty, Lenny Wilkins days and their Eastern Conference playoff runs against Jordan's Chicago Bulls dynasty. I was able to cover the Browns during the time when Bernie took the team to two AFC Championship Games. I am excited to join the BerniesInsiders.com team during another fortunate time as the Browns begin to emerge as one of the NFL's most intriguing teams."