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Mims is a reporter for WRAL News. He was the 2012 Television News Reporter of the Year. Bryan Mims grew up in Greenville, S.C., where he cut his teeth…

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Bryan Mims Biography

Mims is a reporter for WRAL News. He was the 2012 Television News Reporter of the Year. Bryan Mims grew up in Greenville, S.C., where he cut his teeth in journalism as a writer for a weekly newspaper in the suburbs of Greenville.

But broadcasting always had a powerful allure. Mims hero in the industry is the late CBS correspondent Charles Kuralt, a Carolina native himself.

He admired his voice, his writing and his ability to craft a story. From the time Bryan was 15, Mims knew he wanted to do what he did.

He longed to travel America — and the world — in pursuit of news “or just a good, compelling story”. While newspaper reporting was fun in its own right, the marriage of pictures, sound and words proved irresistible, so he pursued a television career.

Bryan Mims Age

Mims is a reporter for WRAL News. He was the 2012 Television News Reporter of the Year. Bryan Mims grew up in Greenville, S.C., where he cut his teeth in journalism as a writer for a weekly newspaper in the suburbs of Greenville.

He has revealed his actual age, but we are doing the review for the details and we are going to update the details very soon.

Bryan Mims Family

He was born in Florence, S.C. Mims achieved Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, 1998 from University of South Carolina. Her father, Mother, Brothers, and Sisters will be updated soon.

Bryan Mims Wife

Bryan has been married to a wonderful woman, Alison, since March 1999. The couple has three sons together– Silas, born 2007, Asher, born 2009, and Gabriel, born June 2012 to.

Mims and his wife quit their television jobs in 2004 to travel the smallest roads they could find throughout the western U.S. The pair bought a raggedy 1982 Fleetwood trailer, only 15 feet long, and hauled it across 10 western states.

During that time, they also traveled with a church in Phoenix, Ariz., to shoot documentaries in Paraguay, Brazil, Honduras, and China.

In 2005, The two spent three months in Honduras to produce documentaries on church missions there. They have also been on mission trips to Uganda and Nigeria.

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Mims had received the following awards 2012 Television News Reporter of the Year, Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas.

His most interesting interview was with nobody famous. He was a 90-year-old man named Ed Fouts who still goes off-roading through the Arizona desert in his 1975 jeep. Priceless interview.

A News Anchor/Reporter at WRAL earns an average of $73,741, ranging from $66,705 at the 25th percentile to $80,045 at the 75th percentile, with top earners “the top 10%” earning more than $86,889. Compensation is derived from fewer than 20 profiles, including base salary, equity, and bonus.

His estimated Net Worth and salary is under review and will be updated soon

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WRAL morning anchor set to leave the station in March

WRAL anchor and reporter Gina Benitez confirms that she plans to leave the station in early March 2018.

Benitez, who started at WRAL in January, said in an email that she is leaving to pursue other opportunities and hopes to announce future plans soon.

Benitez and WRAL news director Rick Gall both affirm that Benitez is leaving the station under positive terms. Her primary job has been anchoring the weekend morning news with Bryan Mims.

Benitez is a Florida State University graduate and came to WRAL from WOFL Fox 35 in Orlando, where she covered the Pulse nightclub massacre in 2016.

Benitez says on her WRAL page that she was one of the first reporters on the scene that day and that nothing could have prepared her for what she saw there.

Bryan Mims Articles

Chapel Hill students who sponsored World War 2 veterans return from Normandy with new perspective: WRAL.com

wral.com — By Bryan Mims, WRAL reporter and Robbie Vaglio, WRAL.com internSix Chapel Hill high school students saw two World War II veterans as people who saved the world, so they wanted to make sure they were able to spend the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion at the historic site.

The students hail from both Chapel Hill High School and East Chapel Hill High School and worked with their French teachers Robin McMahon and Tony Carter to make the trip possible.

Boss wins car in raffle, gives it to freelancer in need

wral.com — By Bryan Mims, WRAL reporter and Robbie Vaglio, WRAL.com internRaleigh, N.C. — Mikail Dingle, a freelancer for Precision Marketing Partners, thought he was meeting with a business partner when the president of Precision, Greg Fawcett, brought him to the WRAL Studios Friday afternoon.

Boss wins car in raffle, gives it to needy freelancer

wral.com — By Bryan Mims, WRAL reporter and Robbie Vaglio, WRAL.com internMikail Dingle, a freelancer for Precision Marketing Partners, thought he was meeting with a business partner when the president of Precision, Greg Fawcett, brought him to the WRAL Studios Friday afternoon.

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