MICHELLE SAN MIGUEL
I was born and raised in Miami, Florida, but I’m not a stranger to cold winters and big snowfalls. I spent four years in central New York where I graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University with dual majors in broadcast journalism and international relations. While there, I was awarded the Don Edwards Broadcast Journalism Award.
During my time in Syracuse, I reported for the university’s ABC News on Campus bureau. Some of my work appeared on ABC’s World News and the World News Webcast. I also served as an anchor, executive producer and director for CitrusTV Noticias, a Spanish-language newscast. Although my passion is reporting, I really enjoyed delving into more of the production aspect of television news. Additionally, I spent two years working for CONNECT, a public affairs program that airs around central New York. While back home in Miami, I spent a summer interning at the NBC and Telemundo stations.
Before coming to KFYR, I spent time in some small towns in Washington state completing a fellowship through the Carnegie-Knight Initiative. While in Washington, I reported on recent high school graduates who joined the military and covered a marine’s transition from military life back into mainstream society.
I am thrilled to be here in Bismarck and to explore all that North Dakota has to offer. In my spare time, I enjoy cooking, reading, running, and talking with my family and friends back home. I’m looking forward to Bismarck’s much-awaited summers and enjoying the beauty of the Missouri River. If you want to say hello or have any story ideas you’d like me to cover, feel free to email me at email@example.com
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