Thursday, October 27, 2005

Where Are They Now

Former KHBS/KHOG-TV 40/29 reporter Sean Brown is in the spotlight.

Brown spent five years at KHBS/KHOG. During that time he covered everything from county fairs to the I-40 bridge collapse.

Before getting into television news Sean earned a bachelor's degree from George Washington University in DC. He then moved to the Windy City and got his master's degree from Northwestern University in Illinois.

So what's Brown doing now? Since March 2003 Sean has been a reporter for ABC-7 in Fort Myers, Florida


At 2:32 PM, October 27, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sean Brown had the best parties ever!!!

At 3:11 PM, October 27, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brownie rules.
And he wants to come back to Arkansas, so someone in Little Rock needs to get off their lazy butt and hire the guy. He won't quit a month in and leave for Orlando.
These parties you speak of.
Are you talking about the ones across the street from the fire station? The ones in Van Buren or the ones at the house that the car ran into?
They all were good places to party. For my money the last house and th eparty where Capt. Dan had hsi misadventures with a beer bong.

At 5:50 PM, October 29, 2005, Anonymous SF said...

Brown never would have gotten out of the FS/Fayetteville market if he'd not followed my advice over the years.

BTW, he'd left FSM by the I-40 bridge collapse.

At 2:15 PM, October 31, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the Boone's?

At 12:32 AM, November 01, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hahahaa! Ah yes.. the Boone's! Good Times, Great Oldies!!

The car in the house, house..
I remember shooting that! Brownie and I were on a story and we heard that call on the scanner. I didn't know what else to do.. it was my house too. That is the craziest thing I've ever had to cover in news!

At 12:48 AM, November 01, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Of course, who could forget "The Weeeze" audition tape?

At 8:28 AM, November 15, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brownie--how I miss the beloved man! He was the best reporter KHBS-KHOG has ever had. Oh yes, he'd whine about the early morning interviews, but one would NEVER see it on-air. He was the true professional and I see him going far in life. Rock on Sean...and know you're still loved in FSM.

At 11:12 PM, February 11, 2006, Blogger satlink said...

I worked with Sean last year in the aftermath of Hurricane Charley. He seemed happy. We had a lot of good times in FSM. His buddy Sean Kelley is in Boston at the CBS station. I ran into him last week. He's doing great.


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