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John Brown to host Florida Gubernatorial Debate
Florida’s Fox stations, in conjunction with Florida Blue Key and the Florida Law Review, on Tuesday announced yet another statewide TV debate in the 2014 governor’s race. The fourth debate to be announced, it would be held first, Sept. 29, at the University of Florida in Gainesville and will air from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. before a live studio audience, moderated by anchors John Brown of WOFL in Orlando and Mark Wilson of WTVT in Tampa.Learn More
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MediaBistro: John Brown joins Fox 35
John Brown is joining the anchor desk of WOFL‘s “Fox 35 Morning News.” Brown, who recently served as an anchor-reporter for St. Louis Fox-affiliate KTVI, will begin co-anchoring the weekday morning newscast in June.
Orlando Sentinel: John Brown’s new gig
John Brown exhibited an irreverent style as host of “The Daily Buzz,” the nationally syndicated news show that shoots in Orlando. In his new job, he will tone it down just a bit. “There will be no break dancing,” he says, referring to one of his memorable “Buzz” moments. “My back won’t hold up.” Brown starts as a morning anchor at Fox-owned WOFL-Channel 35 on Monday, and he sees an advantage to beginning on the Fourth of July, when fewer people will be watching.
St. Louis Post Dispatch: John Brown Signs Off TV and Radio
Today is John Brown’s last day at http://www.fox2now.com/ KTVI (Channel 2) as he heads off to Orlando, Fla., where he will co-anchor the morning news show on the Fox-owned station there, WOFL (Channel 35).
Business Journal: Daily Buzz a Wake Up Call
Since January 1952, when Dave Garroway began hosting NBC’s The Today Show, competitive television networks have been trying to find a way to attract viewers in the mornings.
John McGuire, executive producer of The Daily Buzz, is no different.
Broadcast Center Profile
Graduate News & Profiles begins with an interview with John Brown, a 1996 Broadcast Center grad. John has served as co-host of the nationally syndicated TV morning show, “The Daily Buzz” airing in over 130 markets. He is currently a the Morning Anchor for Good Day Orlando on Fox 35News in Orlando, Florida.Learn More