Bruce Snyder

Bruce Snyder joined cn|2 as Sports Managing Editor/Anchor in December 2013. Bruce moved to Louisville from North Carolina with his wife, son and daughter. He has been covering sports for most of his life and enjoys learning everything there is to know about Kentucky.

Thomas Beisner

Thomas Beisner is the Host of KSTV. Before joining cn|2 in August 2011 Thomas was Senior Managing Editor at Kentucky Sports Radio and was a regular presence on Lexington’s WLGX sports radio covering UK football and basketball. Thomas graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2006 with a degree in journalism and says he loves the creative nature of putting the show together as well as getting paid to write and talk about sports all day. Follow Thomas on Twitter @beisner_cn2.

Ben Rainwater

Ben Rainwater joined cn|2 in March 2014 as producer of KSTV and cn|2 Sports. Ben grew up watching John Calipari roam the sidelines as the head coach of the Memphis Tigers, and later graduated from the University of Memphis in 2012 with a degree in broadcast journalism. Before joining cn|2, Ben worked for WBBJ-TV, WMC-TV 5, and While Memphis’ sports will always be in his heart, Ben is ready to make the transition to covering all sports across the Commonwealth. Follow Ben on Twitter @Ben_cn2.

Jason Ludlow

Jason Ludlow joined cn|2 as Sports Producer in February 2015. Jason hails from the snowy mountains of Salt Lake City where he grew up idolizing the greatest point guard in NBA history, John Stockton, and 49er quarterback Steve Young. Before joining cn|2, Jason graduated from Brigham Young University in 2014 with a degree in broadcast journalism where he anchored and executive produced the sports shows for KBYU. The Beehive State native is excited to take his talents down to the Commonwealth and cover its championship-caliber athletics. Follow Jason on Twitter @jason_cn2.

Bradley McKee

Bradley McKee is videographer/editor for cn|2. Prior to joining cn|2 in December 2010, Bradley worked in a similar position at WAVE for seven years. He’s a graduate of Spalding University, where he played basketball and earned a degree in communications. The Fleming County native also led his high school to back-to-back state tournament appearances in 1998 and 1999 and takes pride in “always having that B-roll”.

Tony Rawlings

Tony Rawlings joined cn|2 in December 2013. Before coming to cn|2, Tony worked as a reporter in North Carolina. A Lexington native, Tony is happy to be back in his home state. In his spare time he enjoys video games, playing golf, fishing and, of course, watching sports.

Want to learn more or have questions about cn2 Sports you can reach us at:
Beth Klasskin
cn|2 Assignment Manager