Brenda Bryan produces the Midday newscast.
Brenda Bryan produces WSAZ NewsChannel 3's Midday. She has been with WSAZ since 1988. Brenda is a native of the region. While living the first 11 years of her life in South Point, Ohio, her family moved to Lawrence County, Ky.
Brenda graduated from Lawrence County High School then received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Kentucky.
Before WSAZ, she worked as a producer at WYMT-TV in Hazard, Kentucky. After working at WYMT, Brenda came back home to work for WOWK-TV in Huntington, WV.
While Brenda works in Huntington, she lives in Kentucky. "I get the best of both worlds. I have the opportunity to work at one of the nation's best news stations, but get to live near family."
Outside of work, Brenda is active in her church and women's group. Family is a top priority so she spends a lot of time with family, especially her nieces and nephews.
You can contact Brenda at 304-690-3032 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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