Michele Marsh (born March 9, 1954) is a former New York Television anchorwoman from Connecticut.
Michele started as a reporter/anchor at WABI-TV, Channel 5 in Bangor, Maine after graduating from Northwestern University. She reported in the field and anchored the 11 p.m. Monday-Friday newscasts, and the 6 p.m. Saturday newscast. She often had to shoot her own stories, initially in black and white before the station bought a color film processor. Michele left the station before it went to Electronic News Gathering (ENG), i.e. field video. She then moved to San Antonio, Texas and then on to New York City.
Marsh began working at WCBS-TV in 1979 as a reporter and then as co-anchor of the Saturday 11 p.m. edition of Channel 2 News. Within three months, Marsh was promoted to co-anchor of the 11 o'clock report. Marsh was taken off the 11pm newscast in 1981, but she was put back on in 1982. Marsh was once again taken off the 11 p.m. newscast in 1993, only to be replaced by Dana Tyler. She was once again 11 p.m. anchor in 1995 but was fired from the station in 1996 at which time she was quickly hired by WNBC-TV. While at WNBC, she co-anchored the noon and 6 p.m. newscasts. In 2003, WNBC removed Marsh from her anchor chair, sparking a front page story in New York's Daily News. She left the station, and could not appear again due to her contract, which is still in effect.