Amber Ruch attended Southeast Missouri State University where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and a minor in Creative Writing in December 2010.
Amber was the first digital intern at KFVS. She interned for a semester in the spring of 2010. She was hired in February 2011 as the web producer for County News, a hyper-local group of sites that branched off from KFVS12.com. Each of the 15 sites covered events and stories in one county in the Heartland.
A little more than two years later, Amber became a digital content producer for KFVS12.com. Since then, she has been a digital content executive producer and now the digital content manager.
Amber is a native of DeSoto, Mo. When not working, she enjoys spending time outside in the sunshine and traveling to new places.
Missouri Broadcasters Association Award for Convergent Media - 2018
Southeast Missouri State University, Bachelor's degree in Journalism, 2010
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