Vic Micolucci Biography
Vic Micolucci is an American journalist working as a news reporter/anchor for WJXT4 News. He joined the WJXT group as a task editorial manager and versatile columnist in 2010.
Prior to coming to The Local Station, Vic functioned as a journalist, maker, and photographic artist for ABC News “On Campus” in Gainesville, as a games chief for WUFT-TV (PBS), and as a columnist and host at WUFT-FM (NPR).
He interned with Channel 4 and the Florida Times-Union during summer breaks while in school. He invests his extra energy in DJing, kayaking, climbing, and trekking. He’s associated with various not-for-profits, including the Justice Coalition, the St. Vincent’s Foundation, Communities in Schools, Dreams Come True, The Tim Tebow Foundation, Wolfson Children’s Hospital, and Jump For Kids.
“Columnists are so significant for our general public, to consider the strong response and to give a voice to those whose concerns would somehow or another not be heard,” Micolucci said.
“I’m regarded to play a little part in aiding our local area, pushing for straightforwardness, and telling effective, genuine stories. Depend on us for fair, exact, and impartial data in attempting times.”
Vic Micolucci WJXT4 News
Micolucci is a commentator and insightful columnist at News4Jax. He secures the 8 and 9 a.m. hours of “The Morning Show” Monday through Friday and reports from the field in the evenings. Vic covers wrongdoing, equity, public wellbeing, government, and human expression.
His work has been perceived with 3 Suncoast Emmy grants, a public William Hearst Award, 2 Edward R. Murrow grants, and twelve Associated Press Awards. He’s likewise been cast a ballot as “Jacksonville’s Best Investigative Reporter” in Folio Weekly and “#1 Newscaster in the 904” in Void Magazine.
Vic’s most vital reports incorporate Hurricanes Hermine, Matthew, Irma, and Michael which made critical harm to Florida. He detailed live from Houston for Hurricane Harvey, spent over seven days in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, and made 4 excursions to the hardest-hit islands in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian.
Vic takes care of 4 official decisions, the Gators’ public title run in 2009, and the 2010 Super Bowl in Miami. Vic traveled to London to report with the Jaguars as they appeared and played in Europe. In 2017, he flew with the Blue Angels in an FA-18 Super Hornet in front of the aviation expo, breaking the speed of sound and pulling 7.3Gs.
He covered the George Zimmerman preliminary from Sanford and the 2 Michael Dunn preliminaries from downtown Jacksonville. He’s chipped away at missions with many nearby, state, and government organizations including the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, DEA, U.S. Naval force, U.S Marine Corps, the National Guard, the Florida Highway Patrol, the Forest Service, and the U.S. Coast Guard.
His detailing has zeroed in on on-street wellbeing, kid abuse and dealing, emotional well-being, and police/local area relations. Vic has documented exceptional reports and given live inclusion to various outlets including Good Morning America, 20/20, Nightline, NPR’s Morning Edition, BBC’s World News, ESPN, HBO, Netflix, the Associated Press, TMZ, CNN, and, surprisingly, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
He is as of now the VP of the Florida Association of Broadcast Journalists. He has been engaged with a few narratives during his vocation, including creating “96 Hours of Anguish,” which he shot in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian. It circulated all through Florida and Texas.
He was additionally a reporter in “3 ½ Bullets: Ten Minutes,” the account of Jordan Davis, an unarmed dark youngster killed in a showdown over noisy music. The film, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, won the honor for Social Impact, then, at that point, screened at the White House.
It later circulated on HBO and Netflix. Vic is a Jacksonville local who went to Resurrection Catholic School, Paxon School for Advanced Studies’ International Baccalaureate program, and the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications, where he graduated with the most elevated praises.
WJXT4/NEWSJAX4 News Team
- Justin Barney
- Jamal St. Cyr
- Cole Pepper
- Mark Collins
- John Gaughan
- Lauren Verno
- Alicia Booth
- Scott Johnson
- Jenese Harris
- Staci Spanos
- Kent Justice
- Tarik Minor
- Jennifer Waugh
- Melanie Lawson
- Bruce Hamilton
- Joy Purdy
- Mary Baer
- Tom Wills
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Vic Micolucci Height
He is approximately 5’9” tall.
Vic Micolucci Net Worth
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