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Terrell Brown Wikipedia
Terrell Brown is a news anchor for WLS-TV ABC 7 Eyewitness News This Morning from 4:30 to 7:00 am. He also anchors the newly revived Eyewitness News at 11am with Judy Hsu. He joined ABC 7 Eyewitness News as a General Assignment Reporter and Contributing Anchor in April 2014.
Brown has been a correspondent for CBS News based in New York since 2009. During his tenure he anchored CBS' early morning news broadcasts "CBS News Up to the Minute," and "CBS Morning News." He was the primary substitute newsreader on CBS' "The Early Show." Following the Colorado theater massacre, Brown anchored CBS’ Special Report. As a correspondent, he’s covered some of the nation’s biggest stories including the Boston Marathon bombing, Superstorm Sandy, the Cleveland kidnappings, the BP Gulf oil spill, devastating tornadoes in Missouri and Alabama and the attempted terror attacks on the U.S. in Detroit and New York City. Brown reported from the White House lawn and U.S. Capitol during healthcare reform and looming government shutdown, the 2011 Academy Awards in Los Angeles and the 2010 Super Bowl in Miami as well as the deaths of Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston. Brown has also reported from the Kennedy Space Center on NASA's historic final shuttle mission.
Brown was honored with a 2014 national Emmy Award for his work on a 48 HOURS special report detailing the manhunt and capture of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects. After covering the campaign trail for the 2010 elections in California, he was awarded a Los Angeles area Emmy Award. He was at CBS News from 2009 through 2014.
His extended time on the campaign trail during the 2010 California State Elections for Los Angeles CBS affiliate, KCBS-KCAL Television, and additional contributions to CBS affiliates in the state garnered Emmy recognition among Los Angeles area television stations.
Brown was named a CBS News correspondent at age 22 — the youngest in the network’s history
Prior to joining CBS News, Brown began as a tape editor at WWBT-TV, NBC12 News in Richmond, VA. The station named him anchor of the weekend morning broadcasts one year after he launched the show as its producer. Brown's breaking news coverage helped earn the station an Edward R. Murrow Award in 2009.
A native of Chesterfield, Virginia, Brown graduated with honors from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA in 2009. He was the recipient of a prestigious alumni award presented by the faculty. The National Press Club also awarded Brown with a full-term scholarship for broadcasting excellence in television.
Brown graduated from Matoaca High School, a public school in Chesterfield County just south of Richmond, Virginia. He founded the school's television production. The program still exists today and is now offered as part of the school's curriculum.