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Meisha Johnson
Born Minneapolis, Minnesota
Nationality American
Education University of Minnesota School of Journalism, Uppsala University, and Anoka-Ramsey Community College
Occupation TV newscaster, reporter, spokesmodel, print model & actress
Home town Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Website http://meishajohnson.net

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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