Mike Dunston Updated Headshot 08/30/2019

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Mike Dunston is an Emmy Award winning news anchor/reporter for WGCL-TV CBS46 in Atlanta.

His career in journalism started at The University of Maryland at College Park.

To pay his way through college, he worked as a news aide for The Washington Post, and as a production assistant for WTTG-TV in Washington, D.C.

He's also worked for television stations in Dayton, Cleveland, Raleigh, Houston, Orlando and Washington, D.C.

Community involvement is very important to him. He serves on the volunteer board of CAPN Clinics, a charity of medical professionals who provide free care to people who are homeless and families in crisis in Atlanta.

He's been an after-school tutor for disadvantaged students in D.C., a career day speaker for numerous middle schools and high schools; and an instructor for college students for the NABJ Broadcast Short Course at North Carolina A&T State University. Right now, he's also mentor to several college journalism students.

He's proud of his work in Houston and in Cleveland, hosting a series of reports on adoption; helping to move kids from foster care, to permanent loving homes.

Mike has been featured in newscaster roles for the TBS comedy series “Miracle Workers”, the HBO series “The Outsider”, The Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Greenleaf”; also movies “Brightburn”, “Shaft”, and “Noelle.”

Journalism isn’t his only professional passion, Mike's also earned real estate licenses from the State of Maryland, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the District of Columbia.

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