Patrice King Brown biography and facts

TV Personality from United States of America

Patrice King Brown (born 1955) is a former news anchor who worked at CBS owned & operated KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh. Patrice now hosts the infomercial for Procera AVH brain enhancer. Patrice King Brown was hired at KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh in 1978 as a host for Pittsburgh 2Day (1978–1990), a popular talk/variety show, which was also the highest rated local program broadcast in the Pittsburgh market for ten of the twelve years Patrice was co-host. With the job, she had the privilege of interviewing local and national superstars of that time. After hosting Pittsburgh 2Day, Patrice began anchoring at KDKA. She currently anchors newscasts alongside Stacy Smith at 4 and 6 pm and with Ken Rice at 11 pm. After suffering a torn Achilles tendon in February 2009, she returned in May 2009 to her normal anchor duties. Brown announced on January 18, 2011 that she will be retiring at the end of the month. She has been at the station since 1978, where she started as the morning news anchor. As of January 28, 2011, Patrice King Brown has retired from KDKA-TV at the age of 55. Patrice currently hosts the Procera AVH infomercial (30 minute program). At the beginning, she is identified in a 'super' as  ( Wikipedia )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1955
Place of birth
Pittsburgh
Nationality
United States of America
Profession
Journalist

Employment

Company Job title From To
KDKA-TV News Presenter

Education

Institution From To
West Virginia University

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