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Starting this Fall semester, a familiar face will be seen around the Brimhall building. Michelle King, long-time anchor with Salt Lake City station KUTV and a BYU alumna, will be teaching the Department of Communications’ Broadcast Performance class.

King was lead anchorwoman at KUTV for 23 years, making her the longest-tenured woman to hold that position at any station in the state of Utah. During the span of her career, she reported on the first artificial heart implantation, interviewed Kitty Dukakis and Barbara and Laura Bush, traveled to East German Republic to report on the first LDS temple built behind the “Iron Curtain,” and covered three national political conventions.

While at BYU, King spent approximately two years anchoring and producing the Newsroom 11 show. She was able to intern at KSL in Salt Lake City during the summer following her junior year as well as at UPI in New York City after graduation. During her junior year, she was crowned Homecoming Queen after being persuaded by roommates to run for the title.

King currently hosts Mormon Times TV, which airs Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. on KSL.

Students interested in signing up for the Broadcast Performance class, also known as Comms 326, can request a permission to add code from the department office in 360 BRMB.

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