Megan is a 2015 Communication graduate of Coastal Carolina University in South Carolina. Megan is excited to be back in the Carolinas and join WITN!
NAME: Megan Hucks
TITLE: WITN Reporter & Anchor
ALMA MATER: Coastal Carolina University
PREVIOUS STATIONS: WBTW Myrtle Beach Intern
FAVORITE TV SHOW: House of Cards
FAVORITE MOVIE: John Q
FAVORITE BAND: I love music in general but one of my all time favorite artists is Tim McGraw!
FAVORITE SONG: Something Like That
FAVORITE BOOK: The Harry Potter series never gets old
FAVORITE BEVERAGE: Mountain Dew
FAVORITE THING TO DO ON YOUR DAY OFF: I grew up on the water so I really enjoy wakeboarding and jet skiing!
FAVORITE SEASON: Spring! I pray for perfect weather on opening day (huge baseball fan)
FUN FACT: I was first runner up at Miss South Carolina USA!
IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERTED ISLAND AND COULD ONLY TAKE ONE ITEM WITH YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE?: I would have to smuggle two items because I can't live without my dogs, Penny and Swish!
Megan has played sports all her life, lettering in volleyball, basketball and softball. She also worked in New York, Los Angeles and Asia as a professional model and commercial actress. During her international travels, she spent time teaching journalism to reporters in Thailand. Megan is excited to be back in the Carolinas and join WITN!
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