Spencer Maki

Reporter/Producer

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smaki@kwqc.com

 

Spencer joins TV6 as a reporter and producer after spending a year as a producer at our sister station, WMTV, in Madison. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin — Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2017.

Spencer grew up in northwestern Wisconsin, about an hour northeast of the Twin Cities. He enjoys following politics, reading, checking out new breweries, traveling and spending time at his family lake house.

Spencer is excited to be at TV6 and to learn more about the Quad Cities along the way!


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