He graduated from DePauw University in 2019 with a major in Communication focusing on Broadcast Journalism. While at DePauw, Dominic was heavily involved in student media. He was a Sports Anchor at the student-run TV Station D3TV, a sports talk show host and play-by-play broadcaster for the student radio station 91.5 WGRE, and a sports opinion writer for the campus newspaper The DePauw.
Dominic had multiple internships while in college as well. He was able to be a summer sports talk intern for the ESPN affiliate radio station in Indianapolis 107.5FM | 1070AM The Fan. In TV, he was able to intern in the newsroom at the CBS affiliate station in South Bend, Indiana WSBT 22. Additionally, he had a semester-long internship as a TV Intern with CNN Sports/Bleacher Report at the CNN Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.
He is originally from a small town in Northern Indiana called Nappanee, near South Bend. As a result, Dom is a diehard Notre Dame, Chicago Cubs, and Indianapolis Colts fan. He is tremendously excited to cover news in the Wabash Valley!
When Dominic is not in the newsroom, he is most likely watching his favorite sports teams in action, hanging out with friends or family, or deciding on which Netflix TV show to watch next.
Dominic would be thrilled to hear from you. If you have a story idea, don’t hesitate to contact him at Dominic.Miranda@wthitv.com. Be sure to follow him on Twitter and give his Facebook page a like too!
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Union Hospital announced the first case of COVID-19 in Vigo County just last week. To deal with this chaotic time, they have established a central information location.
Hoosiers have been encouraged to stay home over the past couple weeks to stop the spread of COvID-19. So what have people been doing to keep busy?
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Nursing homes and assisted living centers across the country are restricting access to visitors. This is for the safety of their residents because it is the elderly that are most susceptible to COVID-19.
Students will not be going to school in Indiana until at least May 1st. Teachers across the Wabash Valley are doing everything they can to still connect with their students.
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