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George Brown is the Web Content Manager for WREG.COM. George has more than 12 years of experience as a reporter, anchor, producer, photographer and he even dabbled in weather.

George moved to Memphis in 2001 as a reporter for WMC-TV. In August, 2007 George joined the News Channel 3 family.

George manages wreg.com, adding video, text and other content to our website minute by minute.

George also anchors segments about wreg.com and web related stories in our various newscasts.

When News Channel 3 covers a story where cameras aren't allowed, you'll likely find George there blogging live on his laptop computer.

Previously, George has worked at TV stations in Augusta, GA (where he had the chance to play golf at Augusta National), Columbia, MO and Albuquerque, NM.

George has won several awards for news coverage over the years including two Emmy nominations for live reporting and a 2011 Tennessee Associated Press award for Best Television Website.

George is a Boston native and lives in the Memphis area with his wife and son.

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