NTV’s Director of News and Current Affairs
About the Author
Mark Dwyer has been leading the province’s top newscast for over a decade. If a newscast resembles an orchestra, Dwyer is its chief conductor. A national champion athlete and multi award-winning journalist, he’s been steering the province’s top newscast since 2013 – assembling a trusted, multi-faceted team that continues to yield some of the best news ratings in the entire country. He broke into the business in 1991, at just 19, cutting his journalistic teeth as a sports reporter with The Evening Telegram. It was the province’s daily newspaper that actually spawned his ‘On the Mark’ feature, which he would later resurrect to sustained success at NTV News. He’s actually won over a dozen Atlantic and national journalism awards for his weekly feature. Dwyer actually won RTNDA best sports feature in Canada in 2014. Prior to joining NTV, Dwyer also spent a decade as managing editor of The Newfoundland Herald, filing hundreds of features and celebrating the many talents of this province. When not leading the province’s top news program, he’s leading the nation’s top fastpitch softball team. His Galway Hitmen have won an unprecedented eight Canadian senior men’s fast pitch titles. Dwyer is married to his high school sweetheart, Katie, and they have two daughters, Claire and Madison.

On The Mark: Newfoundland Rogues begin new season this weekend

The Newfoundland Rogues 2022-23 season starts up this weekend at Mary Brown’s Centre. Here’s NTV’s Mark Dwyer.

On The Mark: Dawson Mercer’s big Christmas gift

Dawson Mercer has been a measure of consistency since he broke into the national hockey league last season. Over the Christmas holidays, he received an even bigger surprise, a special visit from his dad. Here’s NTV’s Mark Dwyer.

Canada one win away from 20th gold medal at the World Junior Hockey Championship

Canada is one win away from its 20th gold medal at the World Junior Hockey Championship.

The host nation staged a thrilling comeback last night against rival united states, setting the stage for tonight’s gold medal game in Halifax.

NTV’s Mark Dwyer has the story.

On The Mark: Canada moves to semifinals at World Junior Hockey Championships

Connor Bedard scored a highlight reel goal for Canada last night, helping them advance to the semi-finals of the World Junior Hockey championships.

Mount Pearl’s Zach Dean also played a big role for Canada. Here’s NTV’s Mark Dwyer with On The Mark.

On the Mark: A Stanley Cup and Olympic bronze, recapping a successful year in N.L. sports

From hoisting the Stanley Cup to making the podium at the Winter Olympics, 2022 was a year to remember for Newfoundland and Labrador athletes. NTV’s Mark Dwyer reports.

On The Mark: Big start for NL Growlers

The Newfoundland Growlers continue their winning ways, and are among the top teams in the ECHL again this season.

With a local star leading the offense, The Growlers head into the holiday break with plenty to be thankful for. Here’s NTV’s Mark Dwyer.

On the Mark: Alex Newhook and Dawson Mercer reach 100-game milestones in NHL

Alex Newhook played his 100th NHL game for the Colorado Avalanche this week, just weeks after Dawson Mercer accomplished the same feat with the New Jersey Devils. NTV’s Mark Dwyer reports.

Clutch hit leads Canada to win at World Softball Championship

Some late-innings heroics by a player from this province helped Canada beat the United States Wednesday night at the World Softball Championship in Auckland New Zealand. NTV’s Mark Dwyer has the latest.

Team Canada remains undefeated at world softball championship

Team Canada, led by Newfoundland’s top fast pitch players, remain unbeaten at the world softball championship in Auckland, New Zealand. NTV’s Mark Dwyer has the latest.

On the Mark: One of province’s top golfers, Ethan Efford, chasing his dream

He’s one of the province’s top golfers, living his dream playing division one college in the United States. The journey was challenging for Ethan Efford but the reward is doing what he loves. Here’s NTV’s Mark Dwyer.

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