Blake Brannon

Multi-Media Journalist

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blake.brannon@wjhg.com

Blake joined WJHG/WECP in August of 2017 after graduating with a degree in Media Communication Studies from Florida State University.

Blake was born and raised in Panama City, graduating from Deane Bozeman School in 2013. While at Florida State he was involved in the on-campus radio station, WVFS Tallahassee. He worked in the sports department at the radio station, eventually becoming the host of the hour-long program, Tomahawk Talk.

Blake also wrote for Sports Illustrated's Campus Rush program as well as SportsTalkFlorida, covering Florida State athletics.

When he's off the clock, you might find him playing music around town or just taking a breather in St. Andrews.

Blake is happy to be back in his hometown and if you see him out and about, don't be afraid to say hello!


NBC News Headlines

Trump communication reportedly at center of whistleblower complaint

The complaint the administration is withholding from Congress was filed by an intelligence officer who was troubled by a phone call the president had, according to a former official.

Trump's border visit draws few spectators, for or against his wall

One Trump supporter said Trump's wall is "good for his campaign, but it's good for America."

Inside California’s homeless crisis

Some 130,000 people are homeless in California, by far the largest population in any state, according to the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness. Lester Holt reports from the streets of Los Angeles -- a city where the homeless population jumped 16 percent in just a year -- to give a firsthand look at the growing crisis.

Trump administration targets California with loosened emissions standards

California has long led the way in reducing auto emissions in the United States. Now President Trump is moving to revoke the state’s ability to set its own standard, something he says would make cars cheaper and safer. California officials are vowing to fight back.

Shocking new public service announcement by Sandy Hook advocacy group goes viral

The PSA shows kids with their back to school gear, then using those items to escape from an active shooter.