Ian Klein

Ian Klein

Video journalist

Ian Klein is a Reporter at WMBF News. He started in September 2017. He comes to us from Raycom's sister station, KAUZ, in Wichita Falls, Texas where he was a Reporter/Producer/Weekend Anchor.

Born and raised in Northeast Ohio, Ian is excited to be in Myrtle Beach, a place he has been vacationing with his family for nearly 25 years. He is also excited me be closer to his friends, family and of course the beach.

Ian graduated from Kent State University in 2016, majoring in Broadcast Journalism. There he served as TV2 News Director his senior year.

Ian is a huge Cleveland sports fan, loves WWE and hopes to one day host his own late-night talk show. He is very excited to be back in a place he calls home and continue telling the stories of others along the Grand Strand.


Recent Articles by Ian

Atlantic Beach Town Council cancels Bikefest, passes emergency mask ordinance

  ‘Drastically different’: Drivers, NASCAR teams prepare for first race back under COVID-19 restrictions

Community donates over $22K to help Veterans Café after COVID-19 forced their doors shut

New bond hearing set Friday for woman charged in ‘Baby Boy Horry’ cold case

  Woman charged in ‘Baby Boy Horry’ cold case booked into jail

  'We just held hands’: Students recount moments EF1 tornado tore through Loris H.S. parking lot

Grand Strand on alert as mosquito-borne virus hits parts of country

Grand Strand veteran’s Purple Heart taken during eviction; community rallies around him

Sea turtle cages stolen and destroyed in North Myrtle Beach

  9-month-old abused puppy gaining weight, taking first steps after rescue from Myrtle Beach motel

  FOUND: Social media helps woman find owner of ring lost in Myrtle Beach

Change in SC law will raise juvenile age to 18 years old

  Myrtle Beach Golf HOF inducts Hootie & the Blowfish and Dustin Johnson

Efforts continue to save and preserve Ingram Dunes

‘We are praying for them:’ Community comes together after authorities say body found appears to be missing NC girl

  ‘That’s just too extreme:’ Loris man was college roommate of suspected mail bomber