Brittany Miller is the morning anchor for WGXA Morning News on ABC16.
Brittany joined WGXA News in February 2020 as the evening and weekend Multimedia Journalist before soon being promoted to weekend anchor in December 2021.
In her time at WGXA, Brittany has covered stories that truly impact middle Georgia. She's responsible for investigative pieces like whether a state agency could have prevented the death of a Dooly County 4-year-old, the suspicious disappearance of Warner Robins man: Jesus Mancilla Velez, and coverage of ongoing violent crime at local convenience stores; which was followed by changes to the county ordinance by Macon-Bibb County leaders.
Before joining the team, she worked for three years as a video journalist at WTOC in Savannah, Georgia.
Brittany has a Master's degree in Journalism, specializing in Interactive Media, from the University of Missouri. She graduated cum laude from Clark Atlanta University with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Media Arts with a concentration in television in the spring of 2016.
When she’s not on the desk or in the field Brittany loves listening to podcasts, having brunch, and binge-watching television shows. She's also sure to be drumming up laughter in the newsroom.
Brittany wants to earn the trust and confidence of Middle Georgia to tell the best stories possible that benefit the great people who live here.
She’s not only looking forward to continuing reporting in the heart of Georgia, but also volunteering and contributing to the strength of the community.
Catch up with Brittany on Facebook. If you have a story you'd like to pass on, you can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.