Ken Tyndall

Ken Tyndall

Ken Tyndall brings more than 30 years of Broadcast Journalism experience to the WDBO News Team. A native of North Carolina, Ken attended East Carolina University and was graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Ken began his broadcasting career during his college years. He started working full time in radio, when he was still a freshman in college and worked at a number of radio stations in Greenville, Chapel Hill, Durham and Raleigh. After several years in radio, Ken expanded his Broadcast Journalism skills into television, anchoring and reporting the news at TV stations around the country, including 14 years at WFTV Channel Nine in Orlando.

During his years in broadcasting, Ken's work has been recognized with several Regional Emmy awards. He also has been honored with a number of awards from the Associated Press, including Best Television News Anchor.  Most recently, Ken won the 2011 Florida Associated Press Broacasters Individual Achievement Award for radio reporting, and also was a finalist in 2012. During his spare time, Ken enjoys boating, swimming and spending time with family and friends.

Read Stories by Ken Tyndall

  Orlando looks to become a city of the future

  Potential land swap in Seminole County draws debate

  Deltona city manager resigns after accusations of creating ‘toxic atmosphere’

  'These are my heroes’: Man reunites with deputies who saved him from burning car

  Community gathers for candlelight vigil to honor slain Celebration family

  37 years later, Central Florida Vietnam veteran reflects on trip to memorial

  Shelters make room as temperatures drop in Central Florida

  Young bear hides in tree for days after being scared by tigers at Apopka animal sanctuary