Brea J. Douglas joined the NBC 10/Fox 14 team in September of 2010. She is a General Assignment Reporter for South Arkansas.
Brea is from Portland, Oregon and comes to KTVE after serving as a White House Intern in President Obama's Office of Correspondence. Prior to her White House Internship, she interned at Oregon Public Broadcasting where she produced a show for the station's art segment. She was also a NBC 10/Fox 14 intern in West Monroe, Louisiana the fall of her senior year in college.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communication from Grambling State University in May 2009. While at Grambling, she was heavily involved with the campus radio station, 91.5 KGRM, the television center, and campus newspaper, The Gramblinite. Brea was a radio personality for KGRM and hosted a smooth jazz show three days a week. During her junior year at Grambling State, she was nominated as her univerity's Radio Personality of the Year for Black College Radio. In January of 2009, Brea was selected as a reporter for her college's television center to provide coverage of President Obama's Inauguration along with providing coverage for a network station.
Brea says she loves television broadcasting because of the impact she is able to make by imparting worthwhile information to a mass audience. She feels that television is a great medium to shed light on important issues and topics.
Brea is excited to be in El Dorado, Arkansas. She looks forward to meeting the community and providing coverage for the state. When she is not working, she enjoys visiting Grambling, Louisiana where she has friends and family and attending Grambling State football and basketball games. She loves going to church, reading, watching basketball, going to the movies, listening to music, and trying new restaurants.
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