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David Bradley

  Oklahoma-born and bred, David Bradley joined KSWO-TV in April, 1986. He was originally hired as Sports Director, and served in that role until the summer of 1999.  That's when he was moved to the news department, and named the co-anchor of the 6pm and 10pm weeknight newscasts, as well as Executive News Producer.  In the summer of 2006, he was named Executive News Director.

   David grew up in Midwest City, Oklahoma, and graduated from high school there before earning a Journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma.  He started his professional career in Fort Smith, Arkansas, as the weekend sports anchor of the NBC affiliate there.  He was promoted to Sports Director within a year, and then a year later, was hired at KSWO-TV.

   David met his wife, Karin, at KSWO-TV, where she worked as a production assistant in the news department.  They were married in 1988, and have two children; a daughter, Trevan, who's a junior at Oklahoma State University, and a son, T.J., who's a sophomore at Eisenhower High School. 

    If there's a news story you'd like us to cover, e-mail David at dbradley@kswo.com

 

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