Victoria Larson

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I have been working in the television field for about four years. My first job was shooting live sporting events ranging from high school athletics to college games. I also got to produce a show titled “Off the Ball” which took an inside look at players off the field or court and how they grew up. I graduated from Bangor High School and went to a small college in Austin, MN to play basketball for two years. From there, I went to Winona State University to pursue Broadcast Journalism.

Favorite movie: It depends on the day so I’ll say my top three: Space Jam, Hitch and A Walk to Remember

Favorite book: I am an autobiography person so I would say “A Father First” by Dwayne Wade.

If you could interview one person, living or deceased, who would that be? I would say LeBron James. I would love to talk to him about everything outside of basketball and I think I would learn a lot from him.

What sports team are you a big fan of? Milwaukee Brewers and Seattle Seahawks

What are you bad at and wish you could do better? Singing. I sing an awful lot and a lot of it is awful.

Do you have a hobby or collect anything special to you? I collect snowglobes from different states or countries.

What do you like about your job? People. I love the people I work with and getting to talk to people in the community.

Pizza. Sausage, pepperoni or everything on it? Pepperoni and Sausage is the way to go!

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