Paul Brothers

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Paul Brothers career path in broadcasting began in Grade 9, when he started his own radio station at his junior high school.

Since then, he’s held a number of positions in radio and television, and is now co-hosting the Morning News on Global Halifax.

From his early years until now, Brothers has had an interesting journey. For nearly three years, he was the Halifax host of Going Coastal on MuchMusic, interviewing hundreds of bands from all genres.

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From there, he went to Toronto to fulfill his dream of being a sportscaster on theScore. In the three years he worked there, he interviewed sports legends Steve Yzerman, Jerry Rice, and Roberto Alomar, and got to cover his favourite teams, the Miami Dolphins and the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Brothers also anchored theScore on Global Toronto, weeknights during News Hour.

He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and a Bachelor of Journalism degree from The University of King’s College in Halifax.

Brothers has a passion for the East Coast, and its people, and he’s excited to be telling their stories, and sharing what they need to know to kick start the day.

Depending on the season, he can be found mountain biking, or watching his wife Jill, curl at the local rink.

Watch: Get to know Paul Brothers! Paul answers a few questions from Global Halifax viewers. 

 

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