Now more than ever businesses and brands have a chance to tell their story to the world without having to rely solely on a reporter or an advertisement in traditional media broadcasting to a fairly wide audience. If you’re interested in working with Mikaela Media, I can give your brand a voice that speaks to your audience in a whole new way.
“Mikaela Hunt is an outstanding journalist, anchor, communicator, and story teller. She is passionate about her role as a journalist and demonstrates natural leadership skills in the newsroom making her an excellent member of the team. She is always willing to put in extra effort and time to assure any project she has taken on is completed in exemplary fashion. She is very audience friendly and understands they are why we do what we do as broadcaster journalists.”
Dan Bradleyformer Vice President of News for Media General
“Genuine, confident and charming; these are the words members of the Columbus television audience use to describe Mikaela – and I could not agree more.
Mikaela and I worked together during my tenure as News Director at WCMH NBC4. She is smart, hard-working and the ideal “newsroom citizen.” As co-anchor of NBC4, Mikaela helped develop and execute a content and social media strategy that resonated with the audience and yielded strong demographic growth. Mikaela also helped cross-promote her morning newscast by producing special reports that were strategically placed in early afternoon newscasts. The Columbus market is extremely competitive, so I would frequently ask Mikaela to return to the station to front her reports live at 5pm (hours after her morning shift had ended). Mikaela always accommodated my requests and approached the added responsibilities with professionalism and good humor.
Mikaela understands the big picture and is a true team player. I hope to work with her again in the future – in the meantime, she has earned my strongest recommendation.”
Michael FabacDirector of News and Marketing at News-Press & Gazette Company
“Mikaela and I have known each other since the winter of 1999 when we met during a large group interview weekend for Pi Beta Phi Fraternity. She and I were both selected for traveling graduate consultant positions (the Fraternity now calls them Leadership Development Consultant) to travel during the 2000 – 2001 academic year. From the moment I met Mikaela, she was vibrant, engaging and inquisitive. I knew immediately that she was going to be a premier journalist professional. She exhibited care and concern for the undergraduate women she met while challenging them to excel and improve their collegiate chapters. She faced challenges head-on, entering each new day with a smile on her face.”
Jill Carrelformer Collegiate Regional Director for Pi Beta Phi Fraternity