Jace Barraclough

Reporter

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jace.barraclough@nbncneb.com

308-532-2222

Jace Barraclough joined the NBC Nebraska News 2 Team in June 2018 as a reporter.

Jace Barraclough is a Journalism and Communications honors graduate from the University of Utah.

He has appeared in TV commercials and various films on both a local and national level.

While he enjoys being in front of the camera, he also has a passion for the work behind it. Jace co-directed and shot a documentary that won awards at four different film festivals and worked as a studio technician and camera operator for KSTU Fox 13.

He has a love for the stage as well. He’s performed in musicals, plays and was a drummer in a few bands.

He is also a judge for the Miss America Organization and loves the opportunities it offers young women in their success.

In his off hours you can catch him at sporting events, judging pageants, seeing the latest blockbuster film or recording his podcast with his wife, Holly. Holly is also a reporter at NBC Nebraska News 2!


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