Brandon Dunn has been the Sports Director of NBC 6 since October 2007.   He came to the ArkLaTex from KTEN in Dennison, TX, where he worked as bio_brandon_dunn.jpgSports Director for over six years.


Brandon's career in broadcast journalism began in the windy potato fields of Twin Falls, Idaho in 1998.   From there Brandon travelled to the greener pastures of Eureka, CA,  where he ran the sports department of KAEF before returning to his home state of Texas.   From there, it was a short hop to the ArkLaTex, which Brandon now proudly calls home. 


Brandon's highlight reel looks like a history of ArkLaTex sports.  He covered LSU's football national championship in 2007 and the Saints' Super Bowl win in 2010.  He also covered the 2011 Cotton Bowl, the 2009 Chick-fil-a Bowl, the SEC Basketball tournament in 2008, as well as the NBA Finals in 2006.  He's also had the opportunity to cover Cowboys Training Camp in San Antonio.  Closer to home, Brandon was there for the Shreveport Captains' championship in 2010 and the Mudbugs CHL title in 2011, along with dozens of high school state championships  in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, California, and Idaho.


Brandon and his sport-loving wife are the proud parents of three children, and love calling Shreveport/Bossier home.  If you have a sports story idea for Brandon, e-mail him at  You can also follow Brandon on Facebook, and on Twitter:  Twitter@BrandonDunnNBC6.