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Brittney Shipp Biography
Brittney Shipp is an Emmy-Award nominated meteorologist with nearly a decade of broadcast journalism experience. Currently, Shipp works as an on-air meteorologist in the fourth largest market in the country at NBC-10 in Philadelphia. She has also filled in nationally for Early Today on NBC and First Look, Morning Joe, and Way Too Early on MSNBC. Shipp a highly acknowledged American journalist and weathercaster from Los Angeles.
Brittney Shipp Age
A highly acknowledged American journalist and weathercaster from Los Angeles, United States. She is 36 years old as of 2019. There is no information about the date of birth and month. It will be soon updated.
Brittney Shipp Family
Brittney was born and brought up in Los Angeles, California. As a daughter of college footballer of the University of Southern California, Joseph Shipp. she grew up watching a lot of sports including volleyball. Accompanied by three brothers Josh, Jerren, and Joe, all of whom having outshined in basketball. she furthermore fascinated by the sport.
Brittney Shipp Education
She attended Fairfax High School. Where she participated in volleyball and tennis. Graduation, she pursued a degree in international development studies at UCLA as a part of the class of 2005. Through UCLA Study Abroad programs, she has studied in Spain and Italy. Later she earned a certificate of Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University.
Brittney Shipp Career
Brittney credits UCLA for her start. Where she held a job at the campus TV news program, Bruin news 29, as a general assignment reporter. During college, she served as an intern at KTLA and as a news assistant at L.A.s ABC7 Eyewitness News. After graduating from UCLA, She traveled to Arizona where she started her career at NBC affiliate KYMA in Yuma for two years. There she reported on weather and special features for the weekdays morning news. she then traveled to Phoenix for the next 5 years.
There she worked on 3TVs Good Morning Arizona. While in Phoenix, Shipp a mentor at the junior Forecasters Program at the Arizona Science center where she mentored elementary school students. She then worked as a weekend meteorologist on NBC10 News from 2013 to 2016. While at NBC10, Brittney appeared as a meteorologist on NBC’s Early Today, and MSNBCs First Look, Way Too Early and Morning Joe. In January 2018. she came back to NBC10 after working as a chief meteorologist for KRON4 for close to 3 years.