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Meisha Johnson

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Meisha Johnson
BornMinneapolis, Minnesota
EducationUniversity of Minnesota School of Journalism, Uppsala University, and Anoka-Ramsey Community College
OccupationTV newscaster, reporter, spokesmodel, print model & actress
Home townPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.

Meisha Johnson is an American television newscaster. Johnson was first introduced to East Coast news media markets after joining CBS Philly's "Eyewitness News This Morning", as a host of KYW-TV (virtual channel) 3's AM program. Prior to joining the news team at CBS 3 Philly, the University of Minnesota School of Journalism graduate was a reporter for KMSP, the Fox News affiliate in her hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota.[1][2][3]

CBS 3 Philly Franchised Segments[edit | edit source]

In addition to reporting the traffic, Johnson hosts "Dream Drives", an Eastern Seaboard 'one-tank trip' travel segment produced by CBS 3.[4][5] On NFL Sunday, football fans tune in to her "Fly Eagles Fly", a Philadelphia Eagles tailgate segment [6] and on weekdays, Johnson hosts the lifestyle segment “Love It”, which airs at noon. [7][8]

Webcasts[edit | edit source]

Johnson produces and hosts webcasts for her eponymous website.[9]

Celebrity[edit | edit source]

In 2017, as part of a celebrity "matchmaking mission" for the eligible news personality, Johnson was featured on WIP-FM 94.1.[10] Johnson also appeared on the cover of Daily News Singles.[11]

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

Fluent in Swedish, the Minnesota native spent three years studying in her parents Scandinavian homeland.[12] As an environmentalist and animal activist, Johnson campaigns to raise awareness for farm animal welfare and for reptile and amphibian conservation.

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