About Michael Brannon
Born and raised in Alabama’s Port City, Michael is proud to call Mobile home.
Michael attended Spring Hill College his first two years of college then transferred to the University of South Alabama, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism.
While at South, Michael co-created and hosted USA Sports in conjunction with the athletic department. Michael was also heard on Jaguar athletic radio as he announced for South Alabama's Division 1 athletic programs, including Lady Jags basketball and softball. Michael still serves as the Public Address Announcer for South Alabama Football and the Jaguar Marching Band.
In 2010, Michael interned with BackStory on CNN International at CNN World Headquarters in Atlanta, Ga.
Upon returning to Mobile in 2010, Michael became the UMinute host on NBC affiliate WPMI Local15 & its sister station WJTC UTV44. The weekly entertainment spots were sponsored by Pepsi and aired throughout the Mobile/Pensacola market.
In late 2011, Michael’s production business branched out creating a local entertainment show called 'The Blend,' which aired on UTV44. Michael spear-headed the production as host, director, and executive producer. During that time, Michael won the Chris Myers Nissan Talent Search, where he served as spokesperson for a year.
Before coming to FOX10, Michael was the social media reporter weekday mornings on Local15 Today.
Michael is thrilled to be at FOX10. Not knowing what each day holds brings excitement to his job.
Michael would love to hear from you. If you have a question, comment, or story idea, feel free to send Michael an e-mail at email@example.com .
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