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KTVM-TV Reporter Dies: Deion Broxton Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Deion Broxton Biography, KTVM-TV Reporter Deion Broxton Wiki

Deion Broxton is a Reporter / Multimedia Journalist (MMJ) at NBC Montana. He is trending in a viral video where he spots a herd of bison coming toward him while setting up for his shot. Broxton was doing a story at Yellowstone Park when he spotted the bison.


hE WAS, a reporter with KTVM-TV, was preparing to take a live shot at Yellowstone National Park when he noticed a gang of bison getting closer.

“I ain’t messing with you,” he says, before packing up his gear and driving away.

He tweeted a video of his reaction, which has been viewed more than 7 million times on Twitter as of Thursday. He also took a video of the bison once he was a safe distance away.

Deion Broxton Education

Broxton did his Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication/Media Studies with a Minor in Electronic Media and Film at Towson University (2013-2015)
He also did Mass Communication / Media Studies at York College Pennsylvania (2011-2013). Broxton went to Archbishop Curley High School from 2007 to 2011.

Deion Broxton Career

Broxton has been a Multimedia Journalist at NBC Montana from June 2018 to date as per his Linkedln. He previously worked for Digital Content Producer WJZ | CBS Baltimore as a Digital Content Producer from Sep 2016 to June 2018 and as an Assignment Editor for WMAR-TV from Apri to Septemeber 2016.

Deion Broxton Bison

A video from the reported in Montan has gone viral after he spots a herd of bison coming toward him while setting up for his shot. This video has been seen more than 5 million times

“Three, two, oh my god. I ain’t messing with you. Oh no. I’m not messing with you,” Deion
Broxton says.
Broxton was doing a story at Yellowstone Park when he spotted the bison. He then packed up
and got out of there. Then once he was at a safe distance away, Broxton took video of the
bison.
Yellowstone tweeted that Broxton gave the “perfect” example of what to do when approached by bison, which can weigh up to 3,500 pounds. While bison attacks aren’t common, park officials said bison-related injuries happen about once or twice a year.

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