Michael Brownlee Biography
Michael Brownlee is an American journalist working as a co-anchor for NBC 4 News at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. He grew up in San Diego and his parents worked for rival stations.
Apart from journalism, Michael has made notable appearances in the shows, Everybody Hates Chris, Boston Legal, Charmed and Strong Medicine.
He attended San Diego State University and graduated with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism. He is also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. He is currently living in Los Angeles with his wife and kids.
Michael Brownlee Age
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Michael Brownlee is a married man and is living in Los Angeles with his wife and kids.
Michael Brownlee Career | Michael Brownlee NBC 4 News
Michael Brownlee co-stays the NBC4 at 11 a.m. also, 4 p.m. Joining the station in 2011, his latest news stories can be seen here. Tail him on Facebook here.
Brownlee is a characteristic of news. His certifiable warmth, vitality and available character is the correct equalization for giving significant news to watchers to help them as the day progressed.
Brownlee’s journalistic enthusiasm is the element piece that enables him to cooperate with the story. Regardless of whether it is wearing a fencing outfit to facilitate the group of spectators’ comprehension of the game, testing an item, or essentially conversing with various individuals to get a one of a kind viewpoint on a news story, Brownlee is constantly game to work together and convey unmistakable reports to the crowd.
Michael Brownlee experienced childhood in San Diego, where his folks worked for opponent TV slots. At an early age, he was captivated by TV and would work on perusing news contents brought home by his dad.
Michael Brownlee started his profession in radio advancements, progressing into TV in 1995 when he turned into a general task correspondent at the NBC Affiliate Yuma, Arizona. A little while later, he was elevated to a stay position at the station. From that point forward, he was a journalist for the syndicated video magazine show “Genuine TV.”
Preceding joining NBC4, he filled in as a general task correspondent and end of the week grapple for My13News, and before that, was a fill-in stay and general task columnist for the KCOP/KTTV duopoly in Los Angeles. Moreover, he filled in as a general task journalist at CBS2 in Los Angeles for a long time.
Notwithstanding his news profession, Brownlee has shown up on such appears as “Everyone abhors Chris,” “Boston Legal,” “Enchanted” and “Solid Medicine.” He has likewise had jobs in the dramatic movies “Bruce Almighty” and “War of the Worlds.”
Brownlee graduated with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from San Diego State University, and is an individual from the National Association of Black Journalists. Likewise, Brownlee has won a Golden Mike Award for Best Sports Reporting. He lives with his significant other and kids in Los Angeles.
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Mysterious Heat Damages Cars
What was to blame for the damage to Heather Petrone’s new Prius, and to other cars in her carport?
“I started noticing my side-view mirrors looking warped,” Petrone said. “It kind of looked like somebody had taken a blowtorch on my mirrors.”
Turns out it the culprit may be the sun’s rays, bouncing off a double-pane window next door to Petrone’s condo in Studio City.
Two winters ago, the side view mirrors on three cars in that carport, including Petrone’s new Prius, basically melted. She thought it was a faulty defroster unit, but Toyota said no.
“One guy happened to mention that he’s read articles across the country of Low E (low emissivity) glass doing harm to other people’s properties,” said Petrone.
According to experts, the double-pane window can become concave, causing it to act as a magnifying glass.
“It is literally creating a laser-type focused beam,” said energy auditor Jerry Berberian. “It hit over 300 degrees at 10 in the morning.”
The damage seems to be happening primarily in the winter months.
“In the summertime, this will never happen because it’s going to be hot and the sun is higher in the sky,” said Dan Thomsen, of the building doctors.com. “So the beam that it’s creating is just coming across, moving across the vehicles.”
But the irony of the whole thing is not lost on Heather.
“I think it’s really funny that I have an energy-efficient car,” says Petrone, “and an energy-efficient window is ruining it.”
The building doctor said this can easily be remedied by either completely replacing the glass or going with the cheaper option of putting a film on the window to dilute the sun’s reflection.
Neither of which has happened yet, so Heather continues to park in her garage.