Brianne Debose joined the Nebraska News & Information Network in January 2016 as a content producer.
Brianne produces the morning and midday newscasts for KNOP-TV in North Platte during the week. She also has a hand in producing Pure Nebraska on 10/11 M-F from 9-10 a.m.
She is a senior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and will graduate in May with a degree in Broadcast-Production.
Before coming to 10/11 and NBC Nebraska, Brianne interned at Huskervision and was very active in the College of Journalism at UNL. She directed, produced, did videography work for the UNL show Capital City Underground and hosted her own radio segment. Whether she's in the studio or behind the camera, Brianne is excited to tell the stories that you want to hear.
Brianne is originally from Kansas City, MO and is a die-hard Royals fan. However, she loves her Huskers more. She used to march with the Cornhusker Marching band, but now enjoys her gamedays in the Haymarket with friends or at home. "There is no place like Nebraska," she says, "Huskerpride Nationwide."
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