Skubie Mageza

Sports Anchor/Reporter

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Skubie Mageza joined KWQC-TV6 as a sports anchor/reporter in July of 2018.

Having played sports his entire life, Skubie easily fell in love with sports broadcasting.

“If I'm not going to play in the NFL, then I’m going to talk about it.”

As a 2014 graduate of Curry College in Milton, MA. Skubie played football as a starting wide receiver for all four years and was apart of the Curry College communication scholar program.

From there he began his broadcasting career working behind the scenes at Boston25 News for a year and a half. With his foot in the door, Skubie was with the News & Sports Department. With the Sports department he attended all major Boston sporting events and helped cover the New England Patriots by going to all home games and media days on a weekly basis.

After Boston25, Skubie got the dream job he was working for and was hired by WBKB-TV in Alpena, Michigan as a Sports Anchor/Sports Reporter. There he won four different MAB (Michigan Association Of Broadcasting) Awards and spent 19 months covering sports in Northeast Michigan.


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