Meet Mimi Brown, the Los Angeles-based entertainment journalist and show producer who knows how to cut right to the heart of celebrity culture. From red carpet reporting for Us Weekly Magazine at the Oscars and the Grammy's, to covering movie premieres, charity events and award shows like the Golden Globes, MTV Video Music Awards and BET Awards for People Magazine, Mimi’s instinct for storytelling and connection has set her in a lane of her own.
Originally from Anchorage, Alaska, Mimi’s career has included positions at major news houses like NBC, ABC and FOX. Currently a Digital Reporter for Fox 11 News, Mimi hosts FoxLA’s ‘Culture Conversations’ - a weekly show which examines how Black culture has shaped America and continues to influence it across generations. In this role, Mimi interviews change- makers, celebrities and influencers on newsworthy topics. She also produces Fox 11’s morning news show ‘Good Day LA’, where she produces lifestyle segments highlighting the latest in celebrity entertainment, fashion and fitness.
You thought that was it for Mimi? Not even close. Mimi’s latest independent production is the ‘Becoming Dope Podcast’, an exciting new platform that sees the journalist host open conversations with leading experts, athletes, celebrities and public figures to discuss their life and career struggles and successes - in other words, Mimi gets to the core of their story and finds out exactly how they ‘Become Dope’.
This makin’, movin’, shakin’ Entertainment Producer and Host has made it clear that she loves what she does - Mimi said in a recent interview: "As a girl from Alaska, I never even knew jobs like this existed. Each day I get to tell a different story or highlight the newest fashion or fitness craze or talk to my favorite celebrity about their new project. Every day is fun, exciting and a new experience, and I love that.”
Mimi holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Howard University and a Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from American University. She’s also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated. Exciting things are in the mix for Mimi Brown.
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