Megan Bell joined WJHG as a general assignment reporter in January 2017.
Prior to joining NewsChannel 7, she worked as an associate producer for WESH 2 News, the NBC affiliate in Orlando. She covered stories such as the Pulse massacre and the fatal alligator attack at Walt Disney World.
Megan is an SPJ award-winning journalist and a proud alumni of the University of Florida. She graduated in 2016 from UF’s College of Journalism and Communications with a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications-News. While at UF, she worked as a reporter for WUFT-TV and a producer for WUFT-FM.
When she’s off the clock, you can find her on the beach, shopping at Pier Park or sipping coffee at a local shop. She also likes to travel and visit her family and friends in Central Florida.
If you have a story idea, she’d love to hear it. Reach Megan via Facebook, Twitter or email.
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