School: Northern Michigan University
Hometown: Negaunee, Michigan
Doug joined the TV6 team in September 2019 as a Multimedia Journalist/Videographer/Photojournalist. He earned his Bachelor of Science from NMU in May 2018, studying Public Relations and Electronic Journalism. After working in corporate communications for one year, he decided to shift his focus into news making.
As a life-long Upper Peninsula resident, Doug has tried to give back to his community in as many ways as possible. He has been a volunteer Middle School Football and Tennis coach, and is a member of both the Negaunee Male Chorus and Negaunee City Band.
In his spare time, Doug is spending time with friends, reading about sports or trying to catch up on all the TV shows and movies on his watch-list.
Doug is excited to be working in journalism, helping to tell meaningful and important stories to members of his community.
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