Megan McNeil

Reporter/Weekend Anchor

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megan.mcneil@kkco11news.com

Megan McNeil graduated from Texas State University in May 2016 with a B.S. in electronic media and minor in political science.

Megan McNeil graduated from Texas State University in May 2016 with a B.S. in electronic media and minor in political science.

During her time in college, she was a news reporter for the University Star, and 89.9 KTSW. She also interned at KXAN-TV in Austin, as well as Emmis Austin Radio.

After school, Megan moved to Denver where she freelanced for multiple publications in the area and handled social media for local businesses, but she always knew she wanted to do TV news.

After two great years in Denver, she is excited to join the KKCO/KJCT news team. Megan is a passionate storyteller and news junkie.

Megan's hobbies include running, hiking, reading, watching movies and trying something new.


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