Alex Miranda just returned home to Miami, Florida after a decade of hosting local and national television shows and newscasts to join WSVN 7News’s Deco Drive as their new entertainment reporter.

Before returning to Miami, Alex was a Breaking News and Social Media Anchor at WTSP-TV 10News in Tampa Bay. Before 10News, Alex was a host on Huffington Post’s HuffPost Live. Driving headline-grabbing conversations on entertainment, U.S. politics, world news, sexuality, and Latino issues, you may have spotted him in President Donald Trump’s tweets, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, or in “Vanity Fair” after one of his many news-making interviews at the online streaming network.

Before HuffPost Live, Alex co-hosted the nationally syndicated entertainment news show OK! TV, interviewing some of the most influential stars in movies, music, and television, and touring the most luxurious destinations across the country and Caribbean as host of the franchise A-List Living with Alex.

Alex has also contributed to The Wendy Williams Show, commentated for The Fabulous Life of on VH1, and appeared on Maury, On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, and T.D. Jakes.

Alex broke into prime time in 2012, hosting the CBS reality dating show 3. He also uniquely served as confidant, matchmaker, and mentor to the three single women searching for true love. Before that, he headed entertainment and lifestyle talk shows in Florida and Arizona. In Miami, it was The Juice on Plum TV, sharing the inside scoop on everything from entertainment to fashion and outdoor sports. And at The Morning Blend, a live lifestyle talk show in Tucson, Alex chatted with business owners, community leaders, and local newsmakers such as Ron Barber, a victim of the 2011 Tucson shootings.

In 2013, Alex joined iHeartRadio’s Pride Radio, reporting and sharing his thoughts on the gay-related entertainment news stories of the day. For two years, Alex also reported for OutQ News on Sirius Satellite Radio, covering LGBT issues in New England and South Florida. And as a part of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association, his exclusive and award-winning interview with the Census Bureau was picked up by CNN.

Alex graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism from Boston’s Emerson College. But it was at the local NBC-affiliate, WHDH-TV, where he really got his start in television, having covered a deadly campus scaffolding collapse live as an intern. He also interned for “The Today Show,” CNBC, and WPBF-TV in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

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