Kyle Griffin is an American television producer who was born on July 10, 1986, to Janice L. Griffin, a preschool teacher, and Harry P. Griffin, a media marketing consultant. He was born and raised in New York where he also graduated from the College of St. Rose in Albany, New York where he was an English major. Griffin also earned a Master's Degree in strategic public relations from George Washington University. Griffin began his career as an assistant producer at local media station WNYT from 2006 to 2008. He then got a job as an associate producer for NBC News where he did research, wrote, and did copyediting. In 2009, Griffin began working for MSNBC where he produced daily segments featuring Reverand Al Sharpton. In 2012, he moved to Australia to begin working for Yahoo as a web services provider and associate producer.
Eventually, Griffin became a freelancer for Seven Network in Sydney, Australia. He was finally hired by Seven Network and he stayed with the company for two years as a producer. He was quickly promoted to senior producer and was in charge of producing news stories for the segment titled "Today Tonight". Griffin is married to Joel Steven Meares who works as an online content writer, editor, and author.