Gail Hogan is an Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist who has worked in TV and radio for over 30 years in Columbus, Ohio. Gail retired from TV news in September 2014.
Gail has worked as a TV news reporter, news anchor, news magazine co-host, radio morning show personality, media trainer and, most recently, as the founder of her own business, GMH Media, Ltd. A few years ago, Gail founded, produced and hosted her own weekly TV talk show, Showcase Columbus. That weekly show was the foundation for the daily live program Daytime Columbus, where she acted as host and executive producer for seven years until retirement.
Gail also has a career as freelance talent. Her expertise includes on-camera and voiceover talent work. She spent most of her TV and radio years in Columbus, Ohio, working at WSYX-TV, WCMH-TV, 610/TVN Radio and WLVQ-FM.
Currently, Gail is partnering with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital on wellness and community health projects promoting heart health.
Gail is a heart disease survivor and has spent more than 25 years working for the central Ohio Chapter of the American Heart Association. Her work with the organization is extensive. Gail was part of the Columbus Women’s Heart Health initiative to bring attention to women’s heart issues. That local project in part led to the national Go Red for Women campaign, now a nationwide American Heart Association program.