Ryan Nobles is a national correspondent for CNN Newsource, based in Washington, D.C..
Prior to coming to CNN, Ryan served as an anchor/political reporter at WWBT (NBC12) in Richmond, VA. As a swing-state reporter at NBC12, he had a front-row seat to the presidential elections of 2008 and 2012. His interviews with major party presidential and vice presidential candidates were cited by national news organizations around the world. Ryan has interviewed President Barack Obama one-on-one on three occasions. His interview with the Commander-in-Chief from the White House was honored with a local Emmy Award.
Ryan has been recognized by The Washington Post as one of “America’s Best State Based Political Reporters” and one of the “Best State Capitol Reporters in America.” POLITICO called him one of the “50 to Watch” political players in America.
In addition to his political reporting, Ryan regularly reports from major breaking news stories. He field anchored coverage from the crash of a Naval Fighter Jet in Virginia Beach and from the mass shooting at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C. His work reporting from the Navy Yard was also honored with a local Emmy award.
Ryan is a proud native of Western New York. He worked at television stations throughout Upstate New York including Rochester, Utica and Albany where he covered the New York State legislature.
He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from the College at Brockport and holds a Master of Public Administration from the Rockefeller College at SUNY Albany.
Ryan and his wife Karey have three children.