Brianna Clark Biography
Brianna Clark is a reporter at WPSD Local 6. If there was one word to describe her, it would be vibrant! The minute Brianna starts talking, you can tell she’s not from around here. She grew up near the beautiful town of Stillwater, Minnesota where she spent her free time four-wheeling with her brother, snowboarding with her dad and shopping at Mall of American with her mom.
At a young age, Brianna discovered her first love… theatre and it was that love for the stage that leads Brianna straight into the field of broadcast journalism.
Brianna Clark Age And Height
Her age, height and also her body measurements are still under review.
Brianna Clark Education
In 2009, Brianna graduated with honors from Stillwater Area High School. In the fall, she started her freshman year at the University of South Dakota.
Described as somewhat quiet in high school, Brianna started to shine when she got to college. She was an active member of the school’s student-run television station, Coyote News.
She first worked as a teleprompter operator but quickly moved into other roles, including anchor and producer.
In spring 2013, Brianna received her Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Journalism from the University of South Dakota, and a minor in Theatre. She then headed to Sioux City, Iowa and became a reporter for NBC affiliate KTIV.
Brianna joined the Local 6 news team in November 2015 and she’s always on the hunt for a good story.
Brianna Clark married And Husband
Her marital status and husband is still under review.
Brianna Clark WPSD
On May 13, 2017, it was announced that WPSD Local 6 had promoted two to anchor/reporter positions. She also joined one to a newly created position of evolving media and content manager.
Amanda Roberts and Brianna Clark were promoted to anchor/reporter. Roberts began at WPSD in 2013 as an associate producer and became a web editor and then a reporter in 2015.
She’s won Associated Press awards for her investigative reporting on dispatchers and on federal fraud charges against Fulton County leaders. She will fill the anchor position at 6 and 10 p.m. Saturdays and 5 and 10 p.m. Sundays.
Amanda Clark would be the anchor the morning shows on Saturdays or Sundays. Clark joined WPSD two years ago as a multi-media journalist and was recognized in 2016 by the Kentucky Photographers Association as Best Solo Video Journalist. She was recognized by the Associated Press for outstanding multimedia reporting.
Manda Barger was the evolving media and content manager and will oversee web and social media contact. She joined the station as a newscast producer in 2010.
She was part of the team that won at 2011 Murrow Award for flooding coverage and won an AP Best Newscast Award in 2015.