Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson

Digital Content Producer

Cleveland, Ohio

Christopher Anderson joined Cleveland 19 News as a Digital Content Producer in Feb. 2017.

He started his career in news in Washington D.C. in 2009 after graduating from Eastern Florida State College.

While in D.C., Christopher contributed to coverage of significant events including presidential inaugurations and protests, Pope Francis’ visit, and a mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard.

Christopher now lives on the east side of Cleveland with his wife, who he met while working in D.C. The two welcomed their first child in June 2018.

When he’s not at work, Christopher enjoys taking adrenaline-filled risks like surfing and skydiving, taking photographs, and looking for the best local pizza joints.

Recent Articles by Chris

Gov. DeWine issues stern warning about ‘reckless behavior’ when asked about potential shelter-in-place order

TSA screening officer at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport tests positive for coronavirus

Ohio doctor accused of drugging and filming unconscious women while he sexually assaulted them

Both victims die following hazmat incident at Cleveland chemical transport company

Your chance to win a ‘Ticket of a Lifetime’ to Cedar Point begins on Monday

Bill to reduce costs of EpiPens for children in Ohio proposed by state lawmaker

Gun activist Kaitlin Bennett says president should strip funding from Ohio University after demonstrations on campus (video)

Ohio secretary of state wants Kent State University to rescind invitation to Jane Fonda

Visitor leaves uplifting message in snow for ‘mom’ at Cleveland Clinic

Man sentenced to 11 years for raping girlfriend’s young niece and infecting her with STD

State committee considers 3 new conditions that would give more Ohio patients right to use medical marijuana

Man accused of drinking beer while watching porn at Sandusky library

Naloxone prescriptions in Ohio increased by over 2,300% since 2015, study shows

Barberton pizza shop owner puts up new signs after previous message sparks backlash

People convicted of buying, trafficking sex would be placed on public database if Ohio proposal is passed

Petition asks Ohio legislators to create ‘Harley’s Law,’ a proposal that would require parents to report missing kids

Nike, LeBron James set to release shoes inspired by Akron’s I Promise School Tuesday morning

Protests held in Port Clinton claiming police cover-up in death of Harley Dilly

Juveniles’ attempt to steal car from Cleveland woman stalled when they couldn’t drive stick shift

State Medical Board of Ohio to consider if being a Browns or Bengals fan qualifies for medical marijuana use

Day 14 of search for Harley Dilly: Reward nears $10,000 for safe return of 14-year-old Port Clinton boy

Man was ‘popping off’ rounds to celebrate New Year’s Day when he fatally shot girlfriend, Cleveland police say

ODOT to promote road safety with cheerful holiday messages on over 130 highway signs

Warrensville Heights, Ohio student graduates college before receiving high school diploma

Ohio Supreme Court: Owner of dog with attack history can face criminal charges without ‘dangerous’ designation

Cedar Point reveals new ride, other exciting changes for park’s 150th anniversary

Ohio hospital continues tradition by dressings newborns in Buckeyes gear before Michigan rivalry game

OSU Marching Band cuts Michigan flag in half during performance ahead of Buckeyes, Wolverines game (video)

Couple to wed at MetroHealth Hospital after groom suffers critical injuries in Ohio Turnpike crash

GV Art & Design weighs in on Myles Garrett incident with new shirt: ‘Pittsburgh started it’