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Dominic Miranda

13Sports Anchor/MSJ – @DomMirandaTV
Credit: WTHR

INDIANAPOLIS — Dominic Miranda joined WTHR as a Sports Anchor/MSJ in April 2023.

Before making his way back home to Indiana, Dom was the Weekend Sports Anchor for WCTV in Tallahassee, Florida. While in the Sunshine State, he covered Florida State, Florida A&M, Valdosta State, and the 50+ high schools that the Big Bend and South Georgia had to offer. While he misses the consistently warm and sunny days that the Capital City had to offer, he couldn't be more thrilled to be back home.

He also spent time in Terre Haute, Indiana before he made the move to Florida as a News and Sports MMJ/Anchor for WTHI News 10 from 2019 to 2021. He reported on the 2020 election, the brief return of federal executions, and extensively on the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, Dom covered Indiana State University Athletics, highlighted the stories of athletes all across the Wabash Valley, and acted as the lead reporter for WTHI's "In the Zone" and "In the Paint" high school football and basketball shows.

Dom attended DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana and graduated in 2019. Home of the Tigers and to the longest standing football rivalry in college sports (The Monon Bell Classic between DePauw and Wabash), this was where Dom found his passion for sports broadcasting. He played football for three years at DePauw, however, two concussions and one torn ACL later, Dom was able to do much more in front of the camera than on the field. During his college days, he interned for ESPN 1070AM The Fan in Indianapolis, so he's certainly familiar with the Circle City. He also secured a semester long internship with CNN Sports at the CNN Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. There he was able to shadow sports television personalities such as Andy Scholes and former Super Bowl MVP Hines Ward. It was there that his passion and love for being a TV Sports Anchor was born.

He is originally from Nappanee, Indiana—a small city about 30 minutes south of South Bend—where he was immersed in the diehard culture that is Notre Dame fandom. The middle of three boys, he has always had a passion for sports and sports broadcasting. Dom is a Hoosier through and through, and he is extremely excited to be covering sports in his home state and the Circle City. If you see Dom on the street, don't hesitate to come up and say hello! Have a story? Reach out to dominic.miranda@wthr.com.

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