Mikael grew up in New Deal, Texas, where he graduated in 2011. He went on to attend Lubbock Christian University where he was the school's first graduate with a Mass Media Communications major. At LCU, he produced and hosted his own radio show on 99.1FM Chap Radio with two other co-hosts. He worked at KLBK in Lubbock as a morning production assistant for two years while simultaneously interning as a postgraduate news reporting intern midday/night and filmed Friday night football games. He does the morning news on KFYO 94.1 FM and 790 AM and is on 102.5 KISS FM as part of the Jimbo Show with his 'Mike on the Mic: Man on the Street' segment. Mikael loves everything spooky, fluent in Spanish, and is always up for a new adventure if it means meeting new people.
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9 Things You Might Find in Your Yard After A Texas Dust Storm
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