Michael Stebing

Content Producer

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Michael Stebing joined the Nebraska News & Information Network as a Content Producer for shows in North Platte in September 2015.

Michael grew up in Sylvania, Ohio where he attended Northview High School. In May 2015 he graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in Telecommunications with a minor in Film.

Throughout college Michael interned with Walt Disney World and PBS-WBGU, where he covered the BGSU Falcons men's and women's basketball games. In Michael's free time he follows his favorite sports teams, Detroit Tigers, Pistons, Red Wings and Lions. Michael also enjoys camping and hiking having earned The Eagle Scout Award in June 2010. Michael loves spending time with his friends, parents, older brother Josh and dog who was named after the Detroit Tiger Magglio Ordonez.

Michael is extremely excited to be living in Lincoln where he serves as the North Platte Content Producer.


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