Articles by Bryan Bicknell
- Byron barn battle takes another twist: volunteers vow to assist elderly man with hard labour
- Share Ramadan experiences through storytelling digital collective launched
- No more squinting: Bright signs on Wonderland Rd. turned down
- Bright billboards causing driver headaches and safety concerns
- Investigation on hold: Cause of blaze at former LPH still undetermined
Bryan graduated from the Fanshawe College Broadcast Journalism program in 1998, where he was honoured with the Radio Television News Directors Foundation national scholarship for top first year student. He also holds a Bachelor of Professional Arts degree in Communications from Athabasca University.
Bryan’s first position as a reporter/newscaster was with CHOK Radio, in Sarnia. From there he headed to Sault Ste. Marie, where he worked as a reporter and co-anchor of the MCTV evening news.
Bryan joined the CTV-London family in 2003. He has worked as a general assignment and civic affairs reporter. In 2009 Bryan was honoured with the Radio Television News Directors Association Dave Rogers award for short feature.
In his leisure time Bryan enjoys golf, movies, and playing music.
Bryan speaks English.